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Lavish millionaire purchases
An Indian businessman by the name of Pankaj Parakh has celebrated his 45th birthday by parading the streets of Mumbai in a $230,000 solid-gold shirt.
Celebrity cash and weird charities
As Sydney philanthropist Deanne Weir announced she will be donating $1 million to women's services, we've taken a look at strange causes championed by celebrities.
Argentina probes tennis star del Potro's tax affairs
Argentine authorities have opened an investigation into the financial affairs of tennis star Juan Martin del Potro, who is suspected of tax evasion.
How the super rich spend their summers
The unapologetically wealthy teens featured in the Tumblr blog Rich Kids of Instagram are once again spending their northern hemisphere summer in over-the-top extravagance.
Saudi prince robbed in Paris was 'playboy son of former king'
The Saudi prince who fell victim to a spectacular armed raid in Paris, losing 250,000 euros in the process, was the youngest son of the former King Fahd with something of a globetrotting playboy reputation, it emerged Tuesday.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to buy Clippers for $2 billion
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has purchased the Los Angeles Clippers for an NBA record $2 billion.
Dr Dre: from gangsta rapper to mega-millionaire
It is a long way from the mean streets of south Los Angeles to becoming the world's richest hip-hop star.
'Barefoot' running shoe company settles law suit over bogus health claims
Vibram, the maker of FiveFingers barefoot running shoes, will pay a $3.75m class-action settlement over misleading health benefits of the shoes.
Trump buys historic Turnberry
American real estate tycoon Donald Trump on Wednesday announced the biggest addition yet to his golf course holdings — Open Championship host Turnberry.
Murdoch speaks about divorce for first time
Rupert Murdoch has told how he filed for a divorce "as soon as I could find a lawyer" after learning his ex-wife Wendi Deng had spent secret weekends with former British prime minister Tony Blair.