Houston, Houston, Houston, Dallas, Dallas, Dallas, with a little bit of Austin, and San Antonio thrown in.
The one hundred richest people in Texas.
The moral of Tex Moncrief’s story: Father knew best.
He made his first million before many kids finish college. Less than a decade later, Michael Dell continues to confound conventional wisdom.
As a bitter family feud drags on, Electra Waggoner Biggs if fighting to keep her fortune—and her ranch—intact.
Ross Perot (who else?) tops our annual survey of the wealthiest Texans.
Last September a human torso was found floating in Galveston Bay—a gruesome discovery that opened a window into the bizarre life of the accused murderer, New York multimillionaire Robert Durst.
You do, right? Joe Jamail, Red McCombs, Mark Cuban, and seven other superrich Texans tell you how.
From the Altshulers to the Zales, the state’s top philanthropists support a range of causes but have at least one thing in common: their selflessness.
Since the day Stanley Marsh 3 finally went too far and locked up George Whittenburg’s son in a chicken coop, all of Amarillo has been abuzz about the bizarre battle between these intractable foes.
Celebrity land deals—not.
Texas’ multimillionaire of the moment.
The celebrity realtor as realtor celebrity.
The daughters of San Antonio’s most conspicuous family star in their own how-to videos.
For sixty years, Austinite Raymond Daum befriended Hollywood’s biggest stars. Now he’s selling off his memories.
Anna Nicole Smith got her man: the full story on the big gal’s marriage to octogenarian oilman J. Howard Marshall.
Sissy Farenthold’s family has long battled with its capacity for self-destruction. With the disappearance of her youngest son, the battle is once again joined.
A man with big ambitions, Paul Rush bought his way into San Antonio society. Too bad the money he spent wasn’t his.
“Guys like me like Iraq,” says Houston oilman Oscar Wyatt. “That’s the way the real world works, baby.”
Kristin Bauman, the 21-year-old with a $1.2 million trust fund, learned early on that notoriety is far more seductive than propriety.
At the top, a good family helps, clothes help, manners help, the right friends help, but nothing helps like money.
The strange legacy of the world’s richest man.