Melinda Gates now has a larger stake in two Mexican bellwethers.
David Swensen, Yale University’s chief investment officer, died on Wednesday evening at the age of 67, after a long battle with cancer.
“What’s the big deal?” Davidson asked on Tuesday night’s appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” Elon Musk is scheduled to appear on the NBC series on May 8.
An investment firm run by Bill Gates has transferred billions in stock to his soon-to-be ex-wife Melinda.
In Bill Gates’ marriage, the tech honcho was allowed by his wife Melinda French to spend time with his ex-girlfriend, Ann Winblad thanks to a built-in arrangement with Melinda prior to the now-former pair exchanging nuptials in Hawaii in 1994.
Chris Spear, president and CEO of the American Trucking Associations, discussed the truck driver shortage on FOX Business' "Cavuto: Coast-to-Coast."
Some details on the split were included in the petition for divorce filed by Melinda in King County Superior Court, according to documents obtained by FOX Business.
Bill and Melinda Gates reportedly have no prenup in place after their 27-year marriage.
Jenner’s “Caitlyn for California” website features a collection of wine goblets, mugs, beverage coolers, hats, shirts, rally signs, yard signs and bumper stickers – each ranging from $15.00 to $36.00.
Foxconn Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scaled back manufacturing facility in southeast Wisconsin, Gov. Tony Evers and the the company announced on Monday.
William “Billy” McFarland, the mastermind behind the Fyre Festival sham, has been released from solitary confinement after nearly five and a half months.
Demand for denim is back as shoppers seek out clothing beyond sweatpants and athleisure in the era of post-pandemic attire.
The rapper’s company recently filed to trademark the official logo for his upcoming Yeezy x Gap fashion line.
J.B. Hunt Transportation Services Inc. is doubling the size of its 2021 fleet order in an effort to keep pace with surging customer demand.
Prior to the pandemic, it would take about two months to get a commercial driver's license in New Jersey. Now, it's taking upward of six months.