The affair itself was understated: Chan’s simple, pretty dress cost $4,700, a fraction of the money celebs like Kim Kardashian routinely spend on enormous gowns.
Rinehart, who controls Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd., soared past Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s Christy Walton, whose wealth is estimated at A$26 billion, BRW said in a statement today.
Infiniti in April moved its global headquarters to Hong Kong in a bid to take advantage of the city’s appetite for high-end cars as well as its proximity to mainland China, a key market for global car makers amid the global economic downturn.
Louis Vuitton, the French maker of laminated canvas handbags, was named the world’s most valuable luxury brand for a seventh consecutive year.
The pair wed in an intimate backyard ceremony in Palo Alto, California, according to People magazine.
The emirate of Dubai is one of the richest places in the world with a large population of foreign nationals - including tens of thousands of expat Somalis, some wealthier and more successful than others.
If you had $75 billion and wanted to do something really useful with it, what should you spend it on? This is the question that has occupied the minds of 65 researchers and a panel of some of the world's top economists (including four Nobel Laureates
here's an overly and often inaccurately used word, along with the much-abused “unique”. However, for once both may apply here at Farnborough airport in Hampshire. Owned and run by TAG Aviation, it’s the only airport in the UK exclus
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), Sheikha Al-Bahar was placed as the top 100 leading business women in the Arab world, according to Forbes Middle East Magazine May issue.
“If the product can do what the original E-Type did for Jaguar, it will be a huge boost,” said Peter Schmidt, managing director of Warwick, England-based Automotive Industry Data.
Weeks after the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the cruise liner, Clive Palmer said he had signed a memorandum of understanding with state-owned Chinese company CSC Jinling Shipyard to build the Titanic II.