The rich really are different. Case in point, the invitation only Wednesday night event at Art Basel Miami Beach called Vernissage.
Have you ever wondered how the rich get richer and how the successful stay in such high esteem? Can their secrets of success pay off for you? Three of South Florida’s most prosperous entrepreneurs spoke to CBS4’s Brian Andrews about their secrets for success.
Americans are working harder and are producing more than at almost any time in recent history. But, the wealth gap between the richest one percent in the United States and the bottom 99 percent has grown to a point not seen since the early 20th century.
Three Florida residents are a whole lot richer today after hitting all the Lotto and Fantasy 5 numbers.
Miami’s image to the world is glitzy and glamorous, a party town of beaches and celebrities.
Democratic strategist James Carville created an entire campaign behind the motto of “it’s the economy stupid.” But this year, it may be more than just the economy that helps decide the presidential election.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans who think Congress has lost touch with the economics of average Americans, there’s a simple reason why.
Florida is touting the new jobs it created Friday after a positive unemployment report. But based on numbers from all W-2’s filed in the country, the wages simply aren’t keeping up.
A new report from Credit Suisse is giving credible evidence to back up the Occupy Wall Street groups claims that the wealth disparity in the U.S. is continuing to grow wider and wider.
One of the richest people in South Florida could be your neighbor. Well, maybe not YOUR neighbor, but the the richest man in Florida does live in Miami-Dade, according to the new Forbes 400 ranking of America’s billionaires released Wednesday.