Thomas Edison slept only three hours a night. Winston Churchill got by on five. Richard Branson also clocks in five. And Marissa Mayer subsides on only four hours of shut-eye a night. Arianna Huffington - president and co-founder ofShow More Summary
How did the brash tycoon lose control of the airline he formed in his own image, and what can travelers expect following the merger?
The Indian government is seeking the deportation of flamboyant Indian liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, famously called the country's Richard Branson. The 60-year-old businessman, who owes about $1 billion to Indians banks, left the country...Show More Summary
What do Richard Branson's home videos look like? Like him flying across the Atlantic Ocean in a crazy massive hot-air balloon, is what. Last week at the Tribeca Film Festival, the madcap $5.2 billionaire and Virgin Group founder debuted a documentary, Don't Look Down, about his pursuit of world records ... More »
Bullet-proof Vests And Police Escorts—running The Rave Scene Was A Dangerous Game To Play.
Three of the biggest names in the industry, Virgin’s Richard Branson, Facebook’s EMEA VP Nicola Mendelsohn and Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak have
This pretty much says it all. Thanks, Richard Branson, for a succinct and forceful critique of the War on Drugs. If the #warondrugs was one of my businesses, I would have shut it down many, many years ago: https://t.co/5sEzH2Z1n8 pic.twitter.com/u1WSSFkzSn — Richard Branson (@richardbranson) April 25, 2016
On April 4 it was announced that budget airline Alaska Air Group was buying out the uber-cool Virgin America fleet. The west coast carrier filled a niche in consumer air travel with its black leather seats, hip purple mood lighting, and in-flight entertainment systems. Show More Summary
Richard Branson, famous rich person and repository of some of the world’s remaining sexxxiness reserves since the passing of Prince (PBUH), is so MAD, you guys, about the latest United Nations Drug Policy Agreement that just came out. Branson, the billionaire founder of Virgin (ha!) this and that, held a press conference featuring three former presidents
"You don't learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over." -- Richard Branson
Deadline’s studio at the Tribeca Film Festival, hosted by the Lincoln Motor Company, wrapped up five talent-filled days at the NYC fest with visits by Josh Lucas and Christina Applegate (Youth In Oregon), Emile Hirsch (Between Us), Richard Branson (Don’t Look Down) and many more. Show More Summary
The entrepreneur talks about the power of saying "yes."
Billionaire Richard Branson has started over 100 businesses since he was 16. Almost all of them were successful, but to date, at least 15 have failed. It’s not surprising that some of Brandon’s businesses failed. After all, the billionaire...Show More Summary
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has been announced as one of three judges of Talent Unleashed, a competition to identify the best tech companies in five categories. Fellow judges are Virgin founder Richard Branson and Facebook VP Nicola...Show More Summary
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak, Virgin billionaire Richard Branson, and Facebook EMEA VP Nicola Mendelsohn are teaming up to find the best startups around the world. The trio, who were announced as judges for the Talent Unleashed Awards...Show More Summary
When you think of Sir Richard Branson, the world-renowned business magnate, and adventurer, it's not likely that you think of a frightened man.
For some, the weekend's a sacred retreat from the hustle and bustle of work. F or others, the weekend is a myth — Saturday and Sunday are mere extensions of the workweek and a chance to get ahead of the competition. Judging from theShow More Summary
Amazon's Jeff Bezosand Virgin's Richard Branson both revealed the secret to their phenomenal entrepreneurial success
An international team headlined by Richard Branson is trying to roll back the global war on drugs. And it’s getting started on the American front.
Richard Branson &Anthony Scaramucci Intolerance and divisive behavior have permeated our culture to such a degree that finding the Loch Ness monster seems far easier than encountering an intelligent debate or an open exchange of ideas. Show More Summary