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'
Sir Richard Branson said Friday the voters who helped elect Donald Trump are those who will be hurt most if he gets rid of Obamacare. "These people who voted for Donald Trump are the very people that are going to suffer if you don't have a universal healthcare system," the founder of Virgin Group said on CNN's New Day. Show More Summary
Deal for Bath and north-east Somerset area sparks new fears about private firms’ role in providing publicly funded healthcare Sir Richard Branson’s health firm Virgin Care has won a £700m contract to deliver 200 types of NHS and social care services to more than 200,000 people in Bath and north-east Somerset. Show More Summary
Sir Richard Branson isn’t a fan of cruises. Or at least, doesn’t love the sound of them. “I have never been on a cruise, and never wanted to—they sound stuffy and dull. But I would love to go on a voyage—they sound adventu... via JustLuxe.com
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Virgin Group’s billionaire founder Sir Richard Branson has unveiled the company’s rebranded cruise line now known as Virgin Voyages. The company also revealed that it has officially signed shipbuilding contracts for three ships with Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri. Show More Summary
Background: My wife and I are currently enjoying a 1 week vacation on Sir Richard Branson’s private island: Necker Island. The usual price for a week on the island is just north of $30,000. Instead, we paid 1.2 million Virgin Atlantic...Show More Summary
LONDON — Sir Richard Branson probably isn't your boss. But if he was, he'd tell you to unplug for a moment, maybe even two. Virgin, the British multinational company founded by Branson, recently instituted a new requirement that some...Show More Summary
Photo by William Winram + Lukas Lukas Müller Just a few short months ago on World Oceans Day, Sir Richard Branson challenged me to swim 3.3km in open water across the Strait of Messina to raise awareness for the health of our ocean. Though...Show More Summary
Virgin Hotels, Sir Richard Branson’s lifestyle hotel brand, will expand to the West Coast.
Labour's lunatic fringe (which means the party leadership these days) are calling for Sir Richard Branson to be stripped of his knighthood after a turbulent week in which Britain's favourite businessman made Jeremy Corbyn look like a prize prat over his Virgin Trains stunt. Show More Summary
Labour calls for Richard Branson to be STRIPPED of his knighthoodhttps://t.co/lNpP6bd71z pic.twitter.com/3k9K9bPbCL — Mirror Politics (@MirrorPolitics) August 27, 2016 Corbyn needs better strategists advising him, the current bunch aren’t very good on current evidence. Show More Summary
Scary! Sir Richard Branson is thanking his lucky stars after a terrifying bike accident near a cliff's edge on the Caribbean island Virgin Gorda that fortunately only left him with a cracked cheek and some torn ligaments. Oof. Related: Leslie Jones' Hacking Case Is Headed By Homeland Security Taking to Virgin.com, the 66-year-old businessman recounted the harrowing experience [...]
Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson is recovering after a serious cycling accident earlier this week on the Caribbean island of Virgin Gorda. In a blog post on Virgin Group's website titled " My life flashed before my eyes", Branson...Show More Summary