Forbes Magazine

Homes of the Super-Rich, and Their Prices in Real Money

Every year, Forbes magazine compiles a list of the highest-priced zip codes in the country, showing us where the most expensive real estate sits. But however far from your home those mansions sit, the real distance is what separates the world of average Americans from that of the ultra-rich.

Forbes Media Taps a CEO Not Named Forbes: Mike Perlis

Forbes Media is reaching outside the family ranks for the first time to name a new CEO, the company announced Tuesday. Veteran venture capitalist and media executive Mike Perlis will assume his new post Dec. 1, replacing longtime CEO and former presidential candidate Steve Forbes.

The Business of Hip Hop: Brand Masters Bring in the Cash

For many rap and hip-hop artists, behind all the trash talk and posturing, it's all about business. Forbes recently released its Hip Hop Cash Kings list, and the 20 big names on it racked up a total of about $300 million, despite the weak economy and the Internet revolution that is killing the CD business.

ValueClick Buys Investopedia From Forbes Media

Forbes Media bought the financial education website was amid much fanfare after Elevation Partners took a big stake, with the promise of turning things around. But things got worse, and now Investopedia has found a new home.

Lewis Dvorkin on the Scalable Future of Forbes

When Lewis Dvorkin founded True/Slant, his expert blogging community, his goal was nothing less than inventing a new business model for journalism. Now, Dvorkin is attempting to install that nimble but high-quality model at Forbes Media.

The nanny bubble gets bigger

This week, Forbes takes a peek inside the world of professional nannies and finds that some of them are making more than $100,000 a year. It seems...