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01.06.14 Marina Galperina

Forbes just dropped their annual success ranking. So, what does Forbes 30 Under 30: 450 Game-Changers In 15 Industries Who Are Changing Our World tell us about art? “Our World,” of course, refers to the world of finance, industry, investing, and marketing. And game-changing art, as it as it pertains to finance, industry, investing, and marketing. Unsurprisingly, there are not a […]

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05.18.11 Bucky Turco

According to Forbes, 18 of the rich people on their annual Celebrity 100 list live in New York City, which is more than anywhere else, and in the past year, have amassed an accumulated wealth of about $872 million dollars. […]

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03.11.10 Bucky Turco

Forbes put out their annual depressive list of people with more money than some small countries, and once again, we have a new winner/person to despise: Carlos Slim Helu. The Mexican mogul is worth an estimated $53.5 billion (up $18.5 billion from last year), surpassing Bill Gates who is still living comfortably with $53 billion […]

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02.17.10 Bucky Turco

For their latest cover story, Forbes magazine investigates Al Qaeda’s finances and asks if the terrorist organization is in danger of filing for Chapter 11 or something. They go on and on about how the shadowy group might be branching out to other criminal enterprises to stay afloat, examine the whole narco-terrorism angle, and report […]

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07.27.09 Bucky Turco

You know the art market is suffering when Forbes’ list of the ‘Top Billionaire Art Collectors’ includes lowly millionaires. Well, the ones with art assets worth $700 million or more, but still. |Forbes| […]

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