Wealth

Everybody has bad days. Even Mr. Wonderful. But every tough situation in Kevin O’Leary’s life, he says, is typically counterbalanced by something else. That’s “because I live life with a portfolio approach,” O’Leary, 67, tells CNBC Make It. “I don’t risk it all in any one thing.” The star of ABC’s “Shark Tank” and chairman
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Whether you’re an entry-level employee or a CEO, you probably need to understand the internet and mobile technology to succeed. Next on that list, says Mark Cuban: artificial intelligence. On a recent episode of “The Colin Cowherd Podcast,” hosted by Fox Sports anchor Colin Cowherd, the billionaire – whose first venture was a computer consulting
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Like most employees, Tony Fadell used to silently rejoice when his boss went on vacation. Then, Fadell joined Apple in 2001 and realized that Steve Jobs’ downtime was different than most bosses’ vacations. On a recent podcast episode of “The Tim Ferriss Show,” Fadell – known as the inventor of the iPod and co-creator of
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Marc & Tiffany Angeles An over-the-top modern mansion in Bel Air was listed for $87.8 million for an auction this week. But the highest bid came in just under $45.8 million, according to the home’s seller, dermatologist-turned-developer Alex Khadavi. “Horrible, Horrible, Horrible!” was how Khadavi characterized the auction results to CNBC. He filed for Chapter
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Retired soccer player and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach says she’s gotten used to “flipping tables” – and she wants to pass advice on how to advocate for yourself to others. At Loyola Marymount University’s commencement ceremony on Saturday, Wambach told the undergraduate audience about a lesson she’s learned to consistently practice: how to
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Add the global economy to Bill Gates’ growing list of concerns these days. On Sunday, the billionaire Microsoft co-founder told CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS” that he believes factors like Russia’s war in Ukraine and the pandemic’s economic fallout create a “strong argument” that the world will see an economic slowdown in the near future. “It
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In 2014, I walked away from my $35,000-per-year job in insurance sales to grow my e-commerce side hustle with my husband Chris. We had been experimenting with selling clothes and accessories on online marketplaces, including eBay and Facebook. Our online community of friends and customers quickly grew from a few hundred members to over 10,000
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As the name implies, new book “Financial First Aid” offer strategies to help you deal with or avoid money mishaps. Standard financial advice revolves around doing what’s mathematically optimal for your money, and the book’s author, Alyssa Davies admits that much of that advice she offers doesn’t veer too far from tried-and-true formulas. But in
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