Photo credit: WildAid Ambassadors Sir Richard Branson and Yao Ming "When the buying stops, the killing can, too." WildAid's mantra, translated into Chinese, has permeated China's culture and society - a remarkable achievement in the mission to stamp out the US$10 billion illegal wildlife trade. Show More Summary
The tycoon's journey to a million started from an unlikely source: The Exorcist
When Richard Branson was 16, he started a magazine called "Student." Six years later, he opened up a recording studio. The company's first song — a track called "Tubular Bells" by Mike Oldfield — stayed on the U.K. charts for 247 weeks. Show More Summary
The California-based airline filed for an initial public offering Monday morning. Virgin America, the U.S. airline partly owned by space-tourism mogul Richard Branson, has filed for a U.S. initial public offering. Read Full Story
Virgin America, the U.S. airline partly owned by billionaire Richard Branson, has filed for an initial public offering in the U.S. The company hasn't revealed how much it plans to raise by going public yet, though its has previouslyShow More Summary
Virgin America, the sleek low-cost American airline partly owned by Richard Branson, filed for an initial public offering on Monday after posting its first annual profit.
Virgin Group billionaire Richard Branson wants people to stop telling kids that something is out of their reach. In a new LinkedIn Influencer post, he tells the story of a Virgin Galactic intern named Barbara Schloss whose parents took...Show More Summary
Being trapped on a long flight near a particularly loud or fussy child has caused most frequent travelers to pine for adults-only planes. And at least one airline has created “quiet zones” that are free of young passengers. But billionaire guy who owns lots of cool stuff Richard Branson says his goal is to just lump all the kids … [More]
In an interview with our big bro, Conde Nast Traveler, Sir Richard Branson was asked if there were any new ideas he'd been kicking around for his airlines. His response, on the surface, was seemingly directed at improving family travel: "I would love to introduce [a] kids' class," Branson said. Show More Summary
Richard Branson is never one to throw a disappointing party. He and his mother have birthdays just a week apart, and to celebrate, they threw a big soiree on Necker Island, Branson's private retreat in the Caribbean. The party included a cake created to look like Necker with a Virgin Galactic rocket flying above. Show More Summary
You know him. Richard Branson. I respect him a lot. He’s my mentor and I love to carry out his instructions because they’re guaranteed to produce results. There are few billionaires who appreciate the ability and skills of others – ...
Magnate and investor Richard Branson has ditched beef from his diet and he is encouraging anyone who will listen to do the same. Read More The post Richard Branson Explains Why He Cut Beef from His Diet appeared first on Ecorazzi.
We temporarily grounded the high-flying president of Virgin Atlantic to talk about his latest plans for the airline.
Virgin Group billionaire Richard Branson took to his blog last week to announce he's decided to cut out red meat from his diet. He explains that the choice was made out of a concern for the environment. "Meat consumption today contributes to global warming and environmental degradation," Branson wrote. Show More Summary
Michael Dell, Diane von Furstenberg, Richard Branson, and 13 other legendary entrepreneurs offer their insights and personal stories
What Virgin Group's founder has learned about working with regulators.
Sir Richard Branson's recreational space travel company, Virgin Galactic, is real and it's really happening, with flights expected to happen next year. (They were supposed to take off in 2010 and then in 2013 but this is space travel...Show More Summary