Once in Manhattan’s shadow, the borough now is the first choice for a wave of wealthy buyers seeking quality of life and a small-town feel.
The investor who famously bet against the housing market ahead of the 2008 crash is known for his dire predictions.
The Indian tycoon’s wealth has tumbled by more than $48 billion this year, with his companies’ shares plunging in the wake of a short-seller report.
New Jersey, California and Illinois are also among the places losing residents as lower costs draw people to the Sun Belt.
Citadel founder donates $25 million to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital for a new wing to house operating rooms and family spaces.
Maria Angelicoussis is worth more than $5 billion after taking over her father’s company in the traditionally male-dominated shipping industry.
The industry is slumping after a wave of new entrants created a surplus of the manuka sweetener. Some New Zealand beekeepers are leaving the business.
Fans are booking tickets to Arizona at a time when travel is already more expensive and it’s high season for tourists in the desert.
Changes to income-driven repayment could cost more than $350 billion, according to research from Wharton.
Big money spent a fortune snapping up homes. Now, regular folk are outsmarting the pros.