This 101.73-carat gem has been 'sculpted like a work of art' and will be auctioned next month.
Some economists say Americans making $3 million or more can handle a levy of up to 66% with no harm.
A new company is offering just-released films to the high-end home theater crowd -- for astronomical prices.
With secrecy and illegal mining blurring the numbers, estimates of the world's stores range from a tennis-court-size pile to one as large as a skyscraper.
The late British prime minister found a soul mate in Ronald Reagan when it came to free-market economic reforms.
Despite smaller raises for many top executives, lavish extras like corporate jets are on the rise.
The very rich pocketed almost $30 million in jobless payments in 2010, a jump of 44% from only a year earlier.
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