Wealth

Despite being a multibillionaire with plans to colonize Mars, Elon Musk has surprisingly relatable daily goals. For starters, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO wants to revamp his daily routine, beginning with the moment he wakes up. In a recent interview with Full Send Podcast, Musk said he checks his phone first thing in the morning
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Some employees thrive working on the couch in sweatpants. Malcolm Gladwell isn’t among them — at least, not anymore. While certain types of work — freelance writing, for instance — might not require regular in-office attendance, according to Gladwell. The author of bestselling books such as “The Tipping Point” and “Talking to Strangers,” tells CNBC
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Charles P. Rettig, commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, testifies during the Senate Finance Committee hearing titled The IRS Fiscal Year 2022 Budget, in Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., June 8, 2021. Tom Williams | Pool | Reuters Senate Democrats on Sunday passed their climate, health and tax package, including nearly $80 billion
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Everyone has a goal they want to work towards. But the ones who are most successful have an “unstoppable nature” that sets them apart from the rest, according to self-made millionaire Bethenny Frankel. At CNBC’s Small Business Playbook virtual summit this week, Frankel discussed building her Skinnygirl ready-to-drink cocktail business from the ground up before
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If you want Jack Sweeney to stop publicly tracking your private jet on Twitter, take a leaf out of Mark Cuban’s book and offer the 19-year-old something better than money: friendship. Sweeney, a sophomore at the University of Central Florida, is the teenager responsible for 30 automated Twitter accounts that collectively track the flights of
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In 2004, I set out to conduct a five-year “Rich Habits” study to explore how the world’s wealthiest people think about their money. Each of the 225 millionaires I interviewed fell into one of four categories: Saver-Investors: No matter what their day job is, they make saving and investing part of their daily routine. They are constantly
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After more than two years, New Zealand is fully reopening its borders and welcoming back all international travelers. The country is reopening on July 31, some three months earlier than previously announced. Earlier this year, New Zealand’s borders were opened to Australians and citizens of 60 places that do not need visas to enter, including
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JGI/Jamie Grill | Tetra images | Getty Images As the U.S. economy shrinks for a second straight quarter — one definition of a recession — many Americans aren’t prepared for an economic downturn. However, financial advisors say there’s plenty that is in your control. Fewer than half of Americans feel “financially secure enough” for another
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When Kylie Jenner’s very brief flight on a private jet went viral last week, people were outraged — largely about the environmental impact of the trip. Jack Sweeney was unfazed. The 19-year-old whose Twitter account @CelebJets publicized Jenner’s trip has made a name for himself since January by publicly tracking the private jets of billionaires
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