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Friday 08 November, 2013

Investing in Twitter is foolish!

…According to the Wall Street Journal. A valuation of $33 billion is NEVER something to sniff at but the Wall Street Journal believes jumping in with your money now should be left for the big boys. Firstly, the company still makes zero profit, it’s hyped up now but whose to say it will become valuable. […]

Wednesday 06 November, 2013

That’s what that train was?!

Raymond Loewy’s S1 Steam Locomotive was honoured by Google yesterday. If you were wondering what the classic yet contemporary design on the ‘most viewed home page in the world’ was yesterday, it was the S1 Steam Locomotive by Raymond Loewy in celebration of his birthday 120 years ago. The S1 was a steam powered train, […]

Tuesday 05 November, 2013

7 Traits That Distinguish Super Successful People From Ordinary Ones

My new book Business Brilliant is based on survey research that found seven key principles of work and wealth-building that super-successful people practice but ordinary people avoid. Here are stories of seven of the most successful–and wealthiest–people in the world to illustrate each of those seven principles. 1. Guy Laliberte, Cirque du Soleil Founder: Do […]

Tuesday 22 October, 2013

Tha-One.Icon – A profile of Richard Branson!

Bloomberg Game Changers” profiles Virgin Group founder and U.K billionaire Richard Branson. Looking at what it took for him to go from a small student publication to worldwide business icon. This program features interviews with Simon Draper, co-founder of Virgin Records, David Tait, a former executive vice president at Virgin Atlantic Airways, and Bernd Schmitt, […]

Monday 21 October, 2013

Why Kim Kardashian’s ass is impenetrable

Why Kim Kardashian’s ass is impenetrable. – Deflecting hate from all comers. A Tha-One.Editorial. Recently Kim K did it! She finally gave us a full on view of her most famous anatomy. For a long time it had been taunted, mocked and accused of been a ‘manufactured’ project. But for the first time ass’ owner […]