With rhino poaching at an all-time high, Sir Richard Branson is speaking out against the sale of rhino horn — by chewing on his own fingernails. Why fingernails? Because rhino Read More The post Richard Branson Bites Fingernails to Save Rhino Horns appeared first on Ecorazzi.
A new ad campaign features Sir Richard Branson and a number of Chinese celebrities chewing their nails for a good cause. The goal of the videos is simple: instead of going out and purchasing endangered rhino horn, viewers are encouraged to bite their nails instead. Show More Summary
I live in Los Angeles, and when possible I like to eat in restaurants. Y'know: People, food, atmosphere. Not an uncommon fancy, however as I've been in the trenches myself, I go the extra mile to treat the servers like sensitive human beings doing a hard job. Show More Summary
Space tourism sounds pretty fun, if exorbitantly expensive. The ticket to ride is far from the only pricy thing about it. Building a spaceport for launches and returns costs hundreds of millions. So why does Sir Richard Branson now want to build one in the UK, right after finishing one in America—which isn’t even sending folks to low orbit yet? Read more...
Making lists has always given Sir Richard Branson clarity in his life and business endeavors.
Oprah Winfrey, Sir Richard Branson, and Tim Ferriss all do this every single day.
Virgin Galactic has a new mothership for its small satellite launch service. "Cosmic Girl" is a 747- 400 commercial jet aircraft that once served with Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Airlines and has now been seconded to act as the an aerial...Show More Summary
While city breaks, country retreats and resort getaways are all well and good, nothing beats the decadence of an island escape. Just ask Sir Richard Branson, who snapped up his own private island just to get away from the maddening crowds. Show More Summary
Taking shares in fast-growing companies is a pastime for many of the world's richest people, including the founder of the Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson. Wealthy individuals are constantly on the look out for the next big thing as they look to carry on building their already-impressive personal fortunes. Show More Summary
A year ago my B Team colleagues Sir Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington, Francois-Henri Pinault, Guilherme Leal, Ngozi Okonjo-Iwaela and Paul Polman and I published an open letter to the G20 arguing that exposing the corporate shell game is good for business -- and the world. Show More Summary
Sure, Sir Richard Branson and his decidedly stylish airline Virgin America just touched down in Honolulu for the first time last week, but one airline has been showing off its effortless tropical chic for 86 years now. Aloha, Hawaiian Airlines. Hawaiian Airlines launched its inaugural flight on Nov. Show More Summary
Since the baseball playoffs just ended, picture this scene. Johnny steps up to the plate. Three pitches thrown, three swings, three strikes -- Johnny's out. What does Johnny's failed at bat have to do with success? Everything, depending...Show More Summary
What do you attribute your entrepreneurial success to? For Sir Richard Branson (and other entrepreneurs), success started at home.
Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson is renowned for his unconventional approach to business, which he credits as one of the key ingredients to his success. So it’s no surprise that his favourite interview question would be one that strays from the norm. More »
Billionaire businessman and founder of Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson, is constantly on the move. With companies operating all around the world that require his attention, it’s surprising that he has any free time to have a life outside of work at all. But Branson has his ways of maintaining a good work-life balance. Here is one of his tips. More »
Sophia Bush stars in the official promo video for the new app Knock Knock, which launches TODAY (August 19). We have an exclusive first look at the video, which also features will.i.am and Sir Richard Branson. Knock Knock is the easiest way to connect with people nearby, just by simply knocking twice on your phone. [...]
World's most inspirational, living entrepreneur icon today reads books that are as colorful and original as he is.
Sir Richard Branson is using Mick Fanning's recent brush with death via shark to call for greater protection for all sharks. He urged in a recent blog post that "the coverage of this highly unusual event should not be used as an excuse to mount further
When it comes to private islands, I’d think Necker Island, owned by Sir Richard Branson is probably one of the most well know. (Read about my unlikely encounter with Branson here.) Back in April I wrote about actor Leonardo DiCaprio...Show More Summary
This post originally appeared in Inc. Sir Richard Branson may be the most high-profile advocate of unlimited vacation days, but he's far from the only entrepreneur entranced by the idea. His announcement last fall of the new policy for...Show More Summary