News and Articles About Celebrities
BKR water bottles are sold on the beauty floors of department stores internationally, and marketed as fashion accessories.
Salesforce has created a place where all the great minds of technology across multiple industries can come together for four days to share ideas, exchange information, learn a lot of great stuff, network and have some fun.
Tupac and Liberace have also performed posthumously via hologram.
As digital celebrity has swelled, a new class of talent managers is helping creators build their empires offline as well.
#TeamInternet is not amused.
Colbert's first week of guests includes an eclectic mix of luminaries from the worlds of film, politics, music, business and literature.
In an era when scandals spread like wildfire, company spokespeople can go from the face of your company to a major liability.
The famed rapper earned a lot of money but not more than he could squander.
'West Texas Investors Club' sees aspiring entrepreneurs travel deep into the heart of Texas, where their business ideas and personal character are pushed to new limits.
He's been a castaway, an FBI agent and a cowboy doll that talks, but his best role is perhaps that of a businessman.
The key to a lasting union isn't love, passion or sex. Not to the shrewd 'Mr. Wonderful.'
Silicon Valley angel investors become TV sharks.
'It seems like the whole world cares more about how much money I make than I do myself,' says the 25-year-old YouTube sensation.
Lady Gaga, Madonna, Rihanna and Katy Perry have legions of dedicated fans. Why not follow their examples?
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