Philanthropists are emerging as a new resource for high-risk tech startups that are tackling hard issues, like climate change.
When Beyoncé made an 'amazing' announcement about her dietary preferences yesterday, the Beyhive swarmed in furor.
The Southern belle is the latest in a long line of celebrities to try her hand at entrepreneurship.
Celebrities can add a lot of value to a burgeoning business, but the wrong partnership can lead to widespread embarrassment and actually devalue your brand.
The entertainer made an unusual appearance in front of venture capitalists Wednesday to talk about taking risks, thinking big, and investing in Jennifer Lopez, the brand.
'I think show business is for talent, that's who should be in it,' the comedian said. 'And I like being at the top of the pyramid.'
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While her music industry success is apparent, what is less obvious, are the valuable lessons entrepreneurs can learn from Madonna.
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Taylor Swift isn't just a singer and songwriter. She is one of the sharpest businesswomen in the business.
The Entourage star recently discussed the role of businesses and the future of sustainability at SXSW.
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Her mobile game made $74 million last year.
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