New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio’s proposal to control Uber’s growth this summer was met with fierce opposition from all angles. Tweets, Facebook posts, emails and even a call to action from Ashton Kutcher (early Uber investor) poured in against DeBlasio. Show More Summary
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis still have some swing in their two-step. The newlyweds took in the Kenny Chesney concert over the weekend at Pasadena's Rose Bowl and got a little loose side…
The couple issued proceedings in the U.K. over the publication on MailOnline of pictures of their daughter. read more
Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of digital agency VaynerMedia, explains why awards are an unwelcome distraction, how he deals with burn-out, and answers Ashton Kutcher's question about which social networks are destined to fail.
Poor Bill DeBlasio. He probably thought that if he did the bidding of the liberal yellow cab union over Uber, people would have sided with him. Instead, he has people
Liberal NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio recently called for a regulatory attack on ride-sharing company Uber. This set off actor Ashton Kutcher who criticized the mayor’s proposals on Twitter and Facebook calling this an example of “corrupt shortsighted politics” “destroying innovation.”
Actor Ashton Kutcher posted the following rant on Facebook on Monday, criticizing New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to severely restrict...
Ashton Kutcher, Chris Sacca and Troy Carter join the show
ABC just announced that Shark Tank will have three guest investors on the panel this season: Ashton Kutcher, Chris Sacca, and Troy Carter. The series returns Sept. 25. Kutcher is the most recognizable, of course, but besides acting, he’s invested in tech companies such as Airbnb and Shazam. Show More Summary
Ashton Kutcher, Troy Carter and Chris Sacca will test their tech investing chops with a whole different gamut of entrepreneurs as the new Guest Sharks on 'Shark Tank.'
The next season of ABC's "Shark Tank" will feature three new "guest sharks" in addition to the show's regular investors. The guests include actor Ashton Kutcher, who's also the founder of VC firm A-Grade Investments; Chris Sacca, a former...Show More Summary
“Shark Tank,” the critically-acclaimed and Emmy-winning reality show that has reinvigorated entrepreneurship in America, will bring three exciting new Guest Sharks into the Tank when the business-themed show returns this fall.
Most details about Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's private wedding are pretty much staying a secret. But leave it to Ashton's Two And A Half Men co-star Jon Cryer to gush about their July 4th weekend nuptials! [ Related: Wyatt Isabelle Wore White At Ashton & Mila's Wedding ] Days after the wedding, he HIGHlariously tweeted: "And yes, I [...]
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher‘s glampy honeymoon is still in full swing! See photos from their road trip with baby Wyatt.… READ ON
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher went wild for their honeymoon! Kunis, 31, and 37-year-old Kutcher “thought it would be hilarious to road trip across California instead of going on a… READ ON
Actress Mila Kunis opens up about her political views, her family life with Ashton Kutcher, and her gun ownership in a candid new interview with The Telegraph. In the article, The Telegraph's Stephanie Rafanelli asks the actress about...Show More Summary
Lana Del Rey still sounds like she's got that Summertime Sadness! The aloof songstress has been working on a new album Honeymoon, set to be released in September! [ Related: Details About Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis' Honeymoon Revealed! ] And on Tuesday, the 30-year-old released the appropriately dreary title track, which featured the singer's sultry vocals accompanied [...]
Considering his crusade for potty parity for all parents, it's not too surprising to hear that Ashton Kutcher is a very hands-on dad. In an interview with The Telegraph, Mila Kunis shared just how involved Kutcher is in parenting their daughter Wyatt Isabelle. “My husband is an incredibly hands-on dad," she said. Show More Summary
The New York-based company plans expand its service to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Pager, a Manhattan-based doctor-on-demand service, has raised $14 million in Series A funding from Maryland-based New Enterprise Associates and Ashton Kutcher's Sound Ventures. The funding will be... To view the full story, click the title link.