Millions of people are being pushed into poverty by Covid-19, but that hasn't stopped the wealthiest people in the world raking it in.
Forbes magazine have provided a glimpse into the star's personal finances.
Vernon Unsworth, who was made an MBE for his service to cave diving, is suing the tech billionaire for defamation over the Twitter smear.
MacKenzie Bezos has pledged to give away half her $36.6 billion fortune to charity. She is the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. She joins several other billionaires in the Giving Pledge, such as George Lucas, Richard Branson, Elon Musk & Michael Bloomberg.
“I know my class will make sure they pay this forward,” Robert Smith told 400 students.
The Sunday Times Rich List recorded the tycoon’s fortune falling £1.05 billion in a year.
Jamie Vardy, Harry Maguire and others thanked 'dedicated and passionate' Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
The Mega Millions lottery jackpot in the US is sitting at a record $1.6 billion (£1.2 billion). People from all over the country are rushing to buy tickets to have their chance at winning the riches, with some already planning on how they'd spend their money.
Our brains are so good at stories that for a moment they even feel real, and it genuinely feels great to fantasize about winning the lottery, to talk about it with others, and do some quick internet browsing for private jets and mechanical monkeys. Far better than than putting money in a jar.
The world's richest people, better known as "the 1%", are much wealthier than it is possible to calculate, according to shocking
Subrata Roy, the flamboyant Indian billionaire at the helm of the Sahara Group, had black ink thrown in his face as he arrived
The proportion of foreign cases being heard in London remains high, even if there is evidence that the kind of settlements being awarded are slightly less generous than they were in previous years.
I just got to know of this humble man called Strive Masiwaya. I had heard of him before, many times even, but never took time to find out slight details about him.
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As the globe reels from the uprisings around the world, and the rulers of each country affected are accused of corruption