Billionaires

The "Oracle of Oil" was a strong advocate for using natural gas as a bridge to renewable energy.
Ellen DeGeneres, Larry David and Gwyneth Paltrow gave the South Bend, Indiana, mayor thousands of dollars toward his presidential run.
A New York City agency said that violated the law, but Gottesman is allegedly still getting cars towed that park in his space.
#BoycottHomeDepot trended on Twitter after the billionaire co-founder of the home improvement supplies store praised President Donald Trump’s “common sense.”
The author and ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos signed Warren Buffett's Giving Pledge earlier this month.
Kylie Jenner isn't a "self-made billionaire." In fact, none of them are.
"I think he would be a very good president," the Berkshire Hathaway CEO and chairman said of his fellow billionaire.
Howard Schultz has been dragged for being out of touch after lamenting how “billionaire” has become a dirty word.
The congresswoman took a dig at the former Starbucks CEO's political inexperience as he ponders a presidential run.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Elizabeth Warren believe some Americans have too much money, and they're not alone.
“It feels like I’m at a firefighters’ conference and no one’s allowed to speak about water,” Dutch historian Rutger Bregman said in his now-viral talk.
Even Dave Ramsey and Warren Buffett get it wrong sometimes.
The Massachusetts senator released her tax vision as the field gets more crowded for the Democratic presidential nomination.
All that criticism hasn't hurt his bottom line, according to rankings by Bloomberg.
The billionaire sold before shares of crane manufacturer Manitowoc Co. plunged on Trump's tariff plan.
People got way too excited about Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan's new health care venture.