Sir Richard Branson is a British entrepreneur who founded such diverse companies as Virgin Records, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and Virgin Mobile, making him one of the richest people on earth. You might not know that Branson is dyslexic. Show More Summary
A dispute seems to be brewing between Alaska Airlines and Sir Richard Branson, the billionaire businessman who helped create California-based Virgin America. Alaska Air Group, the parent company of Alaska Airlines, acquired Virgin America last year for $2.6 billion and announced plans to retire...
If he can clear the hurdle of men not understanding the use of a "Perms Bank" Sir Richard might be onto something.
Although Sir Richard Branson never owned a majority stake in Virgin America, he always considered it an integral part of his global Virgin family and infused it with innovative ideas for passenger services and amenities. And now Branson has said good-bye. Show More Summary
Alaska Airlines will retire the Virgin America brand by 2019. The news is hardly surprising considering the royalties involved in using Sir Richard Branson’s trademark brand, but Alaska will do much more than repaint aircraft. Changes...Show More Summary
Stephen Hawking with the help of Sir Richard Branson is going to space.
It's the second US property for Sir Richard Branson's burgeoning hospitality chain. [ more › ]
Virgin Hotels Brand Opening Downtown San Francisco Hotel in Summer 2017 Sir Richard Branson and the Virgin brand announced the next location of Virgin Hotels. In summer 2017, Virgin Hotels will open its second hotel in Downtown San Francisco. The first location located in Downtown Chicago has been widely successful and received multiple awards for service. […]
Barack Obama is solidifying his "coolest president ever" title... because he now knows how to kitesurf, thanks to Sir Richard Branson. Before the Obamas jetted out of Necker Island last week... Barry made sure to get his feet wet…
"Things I Carry: Smart Phone? I Prefer a Brilliant Assistant!" The headline got my attention. I've followed Sir Richard Branson's career for decades and my work has always been in support of personal and executive assistants. I read on! The article underscored the value of great personal and executive support. Show More Summary
Mogul Sir Richard Branson shared the ultimate secret to stellar businesses. It is much simpler than you think
Smart door bell maker Ring (Bot Home Automation Inc.) has raised $109 million Series D in a round that included DFJ Growth, Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, Qualcomm Ventures, Sir Richard Branson, American Family Insurance, Shea Ventures, True Ventures and other unnamed investors. Show More Summary
Entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, who has spent most of his life disrupting industries, urges businesses to maintain 'perpetual revolution' within their companies to prepare for the next wave of disruption.
The infamous Necker Island has been a Caribbean playground for affluent travelers and the world’s most notable people for many years. Thanks to Sir Richard Branson’s vision for the isle, visitors have been coming to this destination to expe... via JustLuxe.com
Sir Richard Branson wants to bring back supersonic travel. Thirteen years since Concorde ended operations, the Virgin tycoon has revealed the prototype design for a new generation of supersonic business jets developed by the Branson-backed startup company Boom, based in Denver. Show More Summary
Sir Richard Branson seems to always have something up his sleeve. A couple of weeks ago we told you about his new cruise line called Virgin Voyages, and this week the innovator debuted the brand’s first 40-seat supersonic jet. The billionaire unv... via JustLuxe.com
Sir Richard Branson is set to reveal plans that could change the travel game as we know it. On Tuesday, the founder of Virgin Group is joining forces with Boom — an aircraft production startup — to unveil the XB-1 Supersonic Demonstrator,...Show More Summary
An exclusive interview with Sir Richard about a surprising benefit of entrepreneurship, how adventures helped build a brand, and the documentary 'Don't Look Down'