Magician David Copperfield is the highest-grossing solo entertainer in history, with upwards of $4 billion in ticket sales. In collaboration with Francis Ford Coppola, he performed Dreams & Nightmares in 1996, which still retains the Broadway record for most tickets sold in a week. He has won 21 Emmy Awards and holds 11 Guinness World Records. His chiseled face adorns postage stamps in six countries.
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Financing an aircraft means wading through fine print.
Golf great Anika Sorenstam talks about the game’s future, flying privately and her new life as an entrepreneur.
A two-year renovation of Wisconsin's SentryWorld yields a much-improved public course.
The owner-approval process can nix your charter booking—even at the last minute.
“Let me be straight with you. What I'd rather have is an airplane. We just had a third kid. I don't like flying commercial. I like to take my family to Hawaii. When I go east, I'd like to have pilots I know. ”