As women break Forbes' arbitrary glass ceilings, congressional Democrats advocate raising the floor.
From one billionaire to another.
They've got some stories to tell, too.
That's second-most in the NHL, and it's up from last year.
Smart and charitable? And now legal? How about that! ... Us? Oh, just ... thinking ...
Yep, Forbes has another arbitrary list out.
He came out ahead of Steven Spielberg, Simon Cowell, Howard Stern, and everyone else.
Ooh! Financial mag catfight!
Also, Lauren Conrad is now contributing to 'Forbes.'
But one can never take these stories too seriously.
Ka-ching times many billions.
Half of the world's new billionaires came from Brazil, Russia, India, and China.
'Forbes' says they're worth $655 million.
Also, Norma Kamali is planning to start a diffusion line, which will be sold through her website, and 'Forbes' ranked New York behind Phoenix and Detroit on a list of best cities for shopping.
Also, Jean Paul Gaultier can't ride a horse or a bike.
It's a big day for media reporters, apparently.