First "space tourist" Dennis Tito asks agency to chip in with some new rockets and cash for a 2017 manned mission. NASA says thanks, but no thanks.
Appearing to confirm rumours of a $3.2 billion Apple buyout, Beats co-founder says Forbes' rich list has changed "in a big way".
Given the wealth concentrated in Silicon Valley, it's no surprise that tech CEOs and founders put their money toward the seemingly impossible, on land, on sea, and in space.
Do you dream of your own gin palace on the waves? Summer is the perfect time to drool over these gorgeous gin palaces, especially when you're cooling off in your inflatable dinghy.
Investors value Square at $3.25 billion, but it needs to fight off its growing number of competitors, a research firm says.
A scandalous tell-all about Facebook's early days? Alas, Ben Mezrich's tale isn't so titillating. That's either because of the threat of lawsuits, or Mark Zuckerberg isn't exactly tabloid-caliber to begin with.
Penned by "Bringing Down the House" author Ben Mezrich, the lingerie-and-martini-adorned cover promises intrigue and scandal. Whether it's the truth, well, that's less certain.
Mark Zuckerberg is one of six men to have become billionaires thanks to Facebook. This year's Forbes rich list reckons the Zuckermeister is worth more than Steve Jobs.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is the second richest man on the planet, according to Forbes, but Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim Helu takes the top spot again. Other tech players rank high on list.
In his debut on the ABC reality series, Mark Cuban manages to amuse with his corny dance moves, but the billionaire raises a few eyebrows by choosing an ensemble consciously inspired by homelessness.