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    Bill Gates is no longer the world's richest man. Carlos Slim Helu took that position, while a record 164 10-figure titans return to the ranking amid the global economic recovery. read more »
    But how does an adult achieve a high level of contentment while living a frenetic and distraction-packed life? read more »
    Who wants to be a millionaire … for under $200? read more »
    Every seven years, designer Stefan Sagmeister closes his New York studio for a yearlong sabbatical to rejuvenate and refresh. He explains the often overlooked value of time off. read more »
    Despite losing $7 billion, Bill Gates remains the richest American. The global recession has clearly impacted the ultra-rich significantly. read more »
    Airport lounges promise a civilized retreat from the noise, crowds, overpriced drinks, and general discomfort of the concourse—for a price. But what do they each deliver? Are they worth the money? read more »
    You might disagree with the methodology Forbes uses, but the results and the data are interesting nonetheless. Chicago takes the crown again this year, with its high unemployment rate, home price drop and population den read more »
    Such optimism is hard to come by in other sports these days. The Arena Football League is about to liquidate. The LPGA women’s pro golf tour lost seven tournaments. Meanwhile, the U.S. Open is on a roll. read more »
    According to Swiss philosopher Alain de Botton, we are living in a unique era: we are encouraged to seek happiness through work. In his new book, he seeks to find out what makes jobs fulfilling — or soul-destroying. read more »
    The first ever international scheduled flight took off from London and landed in Paris 90 years ago. It cost the single passenger 42 guineas - equivalent to a month's salary. read more »
    French continue to work the least amount of hours per year in the world - by far. Yet still - they rank #18 in terms of GDP per capita, at $36,500 per person. read more »
    Life expectancy in the US to an all-time high, but has fallen behind about 30 countries, including Italy, Spain and Cuba. China does almost as well as we do. Japan tops the list at 83 years. read more »
    Last year marked the first annual decline in births since the start of the decade and ending an American baby boomlet. Some experts believe the downturn in the economy best explains the drop in maternity. read more »
    This home, The Carla Ridge Residence, is in Beverly Hills, California. It has recently emerged from a two-year contemporary renovation, and has been listed for sale at $9.9 million. read more »



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