When Apple co-founder and renowned innovator Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, the world mourned. Shortly thereafter, he was remembered in the biopic Jobs, with Ashton Kutcher in the title role. But a sexier take on this complicated genius...Show More Summary
Smart is the new sexy. Ashton Kutcher said it best, "the sexiest thing in the entire world is being smart, being thoughtful, and being generous. Everything else is crap." (See also: Want to Be More Attractive? Work These 5 Magic Words (and Phrases) Into Your Vocabulary) However,...
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The amazingly successful ride-sharing start-up has had a tough PR week. But Kutcher (@aplusk), an Uber investor, immediately and expertly went into damage control mode on Twitter, showing a savviness lacking within the company's ownShow More Summary
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Ashton Kutcher is great at two things: being hot and putting his foot in his mouth amidst controversy. And no, sadly he didn't combine those two skills into some sexy, contortionist act… He's got himself into some hot water lately by supporting a company he's invested in… Uber! [ Related: Ashton Says Demi Moore Prepared Him For Fatherhood! [...]
Ashton Kutcher, actor and occasional Disrupt participant, has something to say about journalism. Yesterday he Tweeted, apropos of Uber: What is so wrong about digging up dirt on shady journalist? @pando @TechCrunch @Uber — ashton kutcher (@aplusk) November 19, 2014 This created a hand-wringing media storm that caused journalists to chuckle and shrug. Show More Summary
Oh, the irony.
The Punk’d star suggested it’s OK for Uber, a company he’s invested in, to launch smear campaigns against journalists critical of it. It’s not the first time he’s said something very stupid.
Ashton Kutcher is a busy guy — he’s the star of Two and A Half Men, a new father, and a very disgruntled investor in Uber. Uber is just one of dozens of companies Kutcher has helped fund through his A Grade Investment company. RightShow More Summary
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Ashton Kutcher was just doing a little thought experiment. Don’t worry about it. Ashton Kutcher rode to Uber’s defense — and just as quickly hit reverse — after an executive of the car service suggested hiring a team to smear the company’s critics. Show More Summary
This past Monday, Buzzfeed published an account of Uber executive Emil Michael suggesting that Uber could and should spend millions of dollars digging up dirt on journalists’ personal lives in order to smear writers who criticize the ride-sharing service. Journalists like Sarah Lacy of PandoDaily, for example, who discussed concerns of misogyny at Uber. Per [...]
Ashton Kutcher 100% thinks the plural of journalist is "journalist" pic.twitter.com/QbBZDxArdH — Jen Lewis (@thisjenlewis) November 19, 2014 Read more...
Ashton Kutcher, new papa, ham-fisted tweeter, adulterer, tech mogul, Bears fan, has lived quite a life in his 36 years. His biography is full of interesting crannies. For instance: He dated January Jones. His favorite cigarette is the filtered Lucky Strike. He is a student of Jewish mysticism. He had a girlfriend who was murdered. Read more...
If you’ve been on the internet at all this week, then you already know that Uber has found itself in hot water after an executive discussed the idea of digging up dirt on journalists critical of the company. Well, things aren’t looking much better for the ride-sharing company today after actor and investor Ashton Kutcher Tweeted his support for the … [More]
Actor, Uber investor, and hair-trigger tweeter Ashton Kutcher complained this morning about how it’s unfair that journalists “should be exempt from ridicule and judgement and probing.” Not surprisingly, the reaction to his rather bizarre argument was a mix of shock, disdain, and mocking. But given his celebrity status, there seemed to be at least as many people […]
Ashton Kutcher's latest role is scourge to journalists. While an Uber executive was hitting the brakes on a controversial remark that the on-demand car service should spend a "million dollars" to discredit journalists covering the company, Kutcher butted in on Twitter to proclaim his support for the general idea.
Ashton Kutcher, best known for lying to people on camera for laughs, has endorsed the idea of going after "shady journalist" Sarah Lacy over her critical coverage of Uber. Without mentioning that he is an investor in Uber.
Ashton Kutcher is a walking conflict of interest. He invests his acting fortune into startups like Uber and then promotes those companies without disclosing his financial ties. Now that Uber's culture of sleaze is making headlines across the country, Ashton's back out there defending Uber's exposed plans to discredit reporters who dare criticize Uber. Read more...