Drugs, Money Laundering and Rehab: What It's Really Like to Work on a Super Yacht

"Many captains start to party too much, and so they become lazy, lose their job as a result and go bankrupt because they've started living a life they couldn't afford."


Cryptocurrencies Were Never Good for Anybody But the Rich

Bitcoin started as a populist alternative to government money—or was it just the rich getting richer all along?


Why Rich People Are Obsessed With Owning Exotic Animals

Is buying a tiger a rite of passage for the ultra rich?


All the Terrible Things Rich People Do on Vacation

Unwinding from the stress that comes with having sold your soul to the devil is hard, you know.


Is Vancouver the Tax Haven Capital of Canada?

Panama Papers data shows Metro Vancouver has the highest concentration of links to offshore firms in the country. We asked an international investment and migration expert what's going on.


Smart, Rich People Have Started Voting for Trump

People with a few degrees and six-figure salaries have started to consider the orange menace a viable option for president.


New York Millionaires Ask the Governor to Raise Taxes on the 1 Percent

A Disney heiress, a Rockefeller, and dozens more very wealthy people have signed a letter asking for more taxes on people like them.


Phil Gets a New Pet in Today's Comic from Jim Pluk

In our new comic series from Colombian artist Jim Pluk, 'Phil the Punk' sees something he wants online and, like always, he gets it.


New York and Miami’s Luxury Condo Booms May Finally Be Over

New federal government regulations aimed at cracking down on shady dealings behind all-cash sales of NYC and Miami real estate may be the nail in the coffin for the ultra-lux market.


A Holiday Dinosaur Fossil Gift Giving Guide, Specifically for Nicolas Cage

There are plenty of ways to indulge your 'Jurassic Park' fantasies without harming science in the process.


Inside the Abandoned Lair of Russia's Donald Trump

This is the story of Russian oligarch Sergei Polonsky's adventures in exile on his private island covered with stone penises, and what's left of his crumbling empire.


What It's Like to Be an Interior Designer for Really, Really Rich People

An interior designer, who works with A-list clients who spend upwards of $50,000 a room, explains the sociopathy and delusional thinking that comes with disposable incomes.