As the saying goes: "The more you have, the more you can lose." The ultrahigh-net-worth population in the United States continues to grow at a 6 percent rate, with over 69,000 falling into the category, according to Wealth-X. The continued expansion of wealth enables more investment...

Many of us dream about the life-changing possibility of winning the lottery. But Coral Springs resident Miguel Pilgram found out what can happen when that dream comes true. In 2010, he won a one-time payout of $19 million in the Florida Lottery. While many imagine...

If you think innovation isn't an ongoing process that requires steady commitment, consider Whole Foods Market. Even now, with more than 420 stores, Whole Foods has an expectation of innovation at each new location.For every new location, team members try to identify key cultural and...

NORTH BEACH VILLAGE In 2008, in the midst of the recession, Swedish entrepreneur Par Sanda purchased over 30 run-down properties just a block off the beach in north Fort Lauderdale. Since that time, with a clear vision in mind, Sanda and his team have invested $100...

Stupidity and the Stock MarketWealth strategist Mike Sorrentino has a simple explanation for the stock market's erratic nature: "It's been almost unprecedented, the sheer stupidity in the market." Fear, panic, greed and stupidity are driving the market, he says. However, investors should understand that volatility doesn't...

Colliers International Group's loss of the Abood Wood-Fay brokerage last year made big news, but it clearly wasn't a sign of surrender. Colliers has come back with the addition of prominent commercial real estate brokers, the Pointe Group Real Estate firm and a new regional leader,...

Franchising in the Land Down UnderFranchising often involves finding a well-connected intermediary master franchiser, which is why in some countries, only a handful of families own all the Starbucks or Subways, says Andrew Cagnetta, CEO of Transworld Business Advisors. This is not the case, however,...