Over the last few years there have been a number of business leaders that have really stood out from the crowd. Everyone who knows anything about me knows how much I admire Richard Branson and other global business leaders that are championing...Show More Summary
Richard Branson-backed Virgin America takes off in Nasdaq debut.
A stunning new way to think about your priorities for the New Year.
Robert Plant has taken exception to a story that he turned down an $800 million offer from Virgin head Richard Branson to reunite with his former bandmates for a Led Zeppelin reunion. According to the Associated Press, a statement from...Show More Summary
At the offering's price of $23 a share, the low-cost airline backed by Richard Branson came in at the middle of its expected price range. The stock sale values the airline at about $973 million.
A report suggests the billionaire's manic drive and bold promises played a role in the crash of SpaceShipTwo.
If you can see the good luck in your bad luck you can move past the sales setbacks that stop you from selling. Don't let your bad luck stop you from selling.
The market value of Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Money banking business was estimated at 1.2 billion pounds (R22.4 billion) after its shares were listed in London. ||| London - The market value of Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Money banking...Show More Summary
The financial services company, which is partly owned by the billionaire Richard Branson, raised gross proceeds of $495.2 million in its initial public offering in London.
Richard Branson denies he offered Led Zeppelin an $800 million deal that Robert Plant rejected. “As much as I love the band, there is absolutely no truth to the story,” Branson wrote in a blog post he called “Dazed and Confused by Led Zeppelin rumors.” He also shot down bizarre claims he planned to name [...]
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson and Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant shut down rumors that Plant tore up an $800 million contract that would have the band reunite for a 35-date tour. "Robert Plant has not been in receipt of any...Show More Summary
Robert Plant and Virgin Atlantic founder Richard Branson have gone public separately to disavow media reports circulating this week that Branson had offered Led Zeppelin’s surviving members anywhere from $400 million to $750 million to reunite, and that Plant had torn up the offer in...
The British tabloid press has once again proven itself to be both ethical and professional as both Robert Plant and Richard Branson have come forward to say that that $800 million Led Zeppelin reunion we reported on Monday not only isn’t happening, it wasn’t in the works to begin with. Show More Summary
It seemed like a story conceived in rock-and-roll heaven: billionaire Richard Branson offered Led Zeppelin roughly $800 million to reunite for a 35-date international reunion tour; Jimmy Page signed on, but in a theatrical act of defiance,...Show More Summary
Airline mogul Richard Branson has grounded bogus rumors he planned to pay Led Zeppelin $800 million to reform and launched a reunion tour, but was nixed by front man Robert Plant.
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant reportedly ripped up an $800 million contract offer from Sir Richard Branson to reunite the legendary rock group for a new concert tour. According to Britain's Daily Mirror, Virgin CEO Richard Branson offered the group $800 million to perform a series of 35 concerts in Berlin, London, and New Jersey. Show More Summary
Particularly in this age of mega-sponsorship deals and music in advertising, there's something noble about a musician who says 'no, this doesn't feel right' to a big pile of money. Robert Plant apparently did just that with an offer from Sir Richard Branson to do just 35 shows with his old Led Zeppelin bandmates. Show More Summary
There’s no amount of money that could get Robert Plant to play a Led Zeppelin reunion tour. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Virgin boss Richard Branson was hoping to persuade the singer to rejoin Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones for a 35 date tour. Page, Jones, and Jason Bonham, the son of drummer John […]
How much will it take to get Led Zeppelin back on tour? A whole lotta loot, apparently. According to The Daily Mirror, the rock band's frontman Robert Plant ripped up a contract from Richard Branson offering the group more than $300 million each. Show More Summary
The song may remain the same, but the pay was just not enough. Ultimate Classic Rock is reporting that Plant, 66, tore up a contract presented by Virgin owner Richard Branson valued at $800 million. The contract would reunite Plant with...Show More Summary