The riverfront estate of the late tech entrepreneur James V. Kimsey comes with two homes, one designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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Blue trees, a checkerboard stairway and a cloud mural are just some of the decorative details in Michelle-Marie Heinemann’s highly elaborate property.
Zoe Cruz, a currency trader whose rise through the ranks at Morgan Stanley made her one of the most powerful women on Wall Street, is attempting a comeback in the cryptocurrency world.
Due to escalating tuition and easy credit, the U.S. has 101 people who owe at least $1 million in federal student loans. Five years ago, 14 people owed that much. More could soon be joining the group.
As many as one in four students at some elite U.S. colleges are classified as disabled, largely because of mental-health issues, entitling them to a widening array of special accommodations like longer time to take exams.
Three years after Europe’s migration crisis, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has a simple recipe for embattled mainstream politicians who want to stem rising antiestablishment groups: Move to the right on migration.
Companies are spending millions on their security infrastructure ahead of new European data-protection rules, but some worry that the law’s lack of clear technical guidelines may mean that these steps aren’t enough.