Donald Trump Jr., son of fossilized meatball and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, wants you to know that it’s hard out there for a rich boy. As the son of a ludicrously wealthy businessman-turned-politician, people insist upon underestimating him.
Jobs do it. Moms do it. Wives of former college flames do it. And now, credit agencies are getting in on the Facebook stalking game. Which is worrisome.
If you're like me, the first time you saw the blog Rich Kids of Instagram, you decided you wanted to stop being a human for awhile, at least until the current gilded age blows over. But, annoyed salt-of-the-earth types with a petty streak, take heart: turns out, all that social network swapping of pictures of gold…
Women who out-earn their husbands are apparently more likely to divorce them. Maybe it's because they have the economic independence to do so...but maybe it's because they're cursed!
A new report from the Pew foundation delves into "Women, Men, and the New Economics of Marriage," but judging from media reactions to the data, it really should have been titled "The Rise of the Sugar Mama."
Marriage! A partnership where what's yours is mine and what's mine is yours. Unless you're Nazita Aminpour: She's suing Chase bank for notifying her husband of her (secret) individual account with $800,000 in it.
The news of Heather Mills McCartney's nearly $49 million divorce settlement was the talk of both the tabloids and legitimate news sources yesterday, and it wasn't just because Mills' split from Paul McCartney was so acrimonious. The haggling over money when one spouse is far wealthier than the other begs the question:…
Just bought People at Duane Reade, where the following interaction occurred:
Clerk: Oh, his first name is Owen... For some reason I thought it was his last name.
Me: Um, yeah, his brother, Luke Wilson, was actually in a reaaaally awful romcom with Kate Hudson once, which makes the whole thing sort of confusing.