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Sam Hall shares: After Travel Ban, Interest in Trips to U.S. Declines by SHIVANI VORA


By SHIVANI VORA

Searches for flights to the United States and inquiries about trips have decreased since President Trump issued a travel ban in late January. 13 more words

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Sam Hall shares: Car-Free Vacations for the Urban Traveler by ELAINE GLUSAC


By ELAINE GLUSAC

Unexpected locales are joining the car-optional list as new and expanding rapid transit options take root across the country.

Published: February 19, 2017 at 07:00PM… 10 more words

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Where the Big Money Is by JUAN VELASCO and PAUL SULLIVAN


By JUAN VELASCO and PAUL SULLIVAN

The number of billionaires is rising across the globe, and the sources of their wealth are changing in ways that reflect major shifts in global business trends. 14 more words

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Sam Hall shares: Rembrandt of the Ski Trail ‘Interprets’ the Mountainside by ALYSON KRUEGER


By ALYSON KRUEGER

James Niehues has created trail maps for runs in Aspen, China and Serbia.

Published: February 15, 2017 at 07:00PM

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Who Are the Richest of the Rich? by PAUL SULLIVAN


By PAUL SULLIVAN

There are 2,473 billionaires in the world by a new count, and how they got their money and what they plan to do with it are matters of global importance. 14 more words

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What Do Billionaires Have in Common? Big Bucks, and Not Much Else by LIZ MOYER


By LIZ MOYER

The popular imagination may associate billionaires with superyachts and private islands, but just as many live modestly, complicating the idea of the billionaire lifestyle. 14 more words

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How Big Do You Want Your Nest Egg to Be? by ABBY ELLIN


By ABBY ELLIN

A sampling indicates people’s calculations typically range into seven (or even eight) figures. But one woman says $36,000 a year would be just fine. 14 more words

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