The U.S. still produces the most self-made billionaires, but China is coming up fast.
Hong Kong has the highest proportion of self-made, billionaire entrepreneurs.
The increasing wealth gap in the U.S. is resulting in a vanishing middle class.
The U.S. has been an attractive place for buyers from other countries, but demand is waning.
The U.S. economy appears to be on a firm path of recovery. What are the risks for 2014?
Personal wealth was on the decline five years ago but has come roaring back.
Though the U.S. still houses most of the wealthy, other regions are gaining fast.
There’s a sevenfold increase in rich expatriates renouncing U.S. citizenship since 2008. Why? Money, of course.
As China’s economy booms, its leaders are looking to the U.S. for guidance on both corporate and individual philanthropy.
Americans have always been known as being generous. Times of crises bring out the best in us, and we’re quick to respond with offers of money and on-the-ground efforts to help. But a new survey makes it official. According to CAFAmerica’s World Giving Index, the U.S. ranks first globally in charitable giving this year, up