News and Articles About Celebrities
Rapper and producer will.i.am steered Black Eyed Peas to pop success by blurring the lines between bands and brands. Now he's applying the lessons he learned in the music business in an attempt to shake up the Silicon Valley status quo.
Fredrik Eklund of 'Million Dollar Listing New York' on the importance of staying 100 percent true to yourself in business, without coming off like a freak.
Mega investor Josh Altman gives 5 ways busy entrepreneurs can make money on the side as real-estate investors -- even without a license or experience.
America's favorite blue-collar hero says there's 'no longer a limit to what people can be offended by.'
The cosmetics line will seek outside funding and form a 'legitimate board,' Banks said.
The comedian launched clothing line 'Hands High' that places the team logos in a unique area.
Faith at Work
The measure of a man is not demonstrated by speed in which he runs his race, but rather by how well he can rise up when he trips and falls.
Dating is complicated, especially after a divorce. Vikki Ziegler, star of Bravo's 'Untying the Knot,' says her iOS app helps divorcees 'remember that feeling again,' without the all the drama.
Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Selena Gomez and Ariana Grande round out the top five.
In a biting new blog post, the site pokes fun at its elitist reputation -- and also thoughtfully illuminates a perceived double standard.
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.
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