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Michael Miller on Friday, June 03, 2011 12:58pm
She is already known as the #1 supermannequin in the world, but could Gisele Bundchen soon add "invoiceionaire" to her resume? According to Forbes, it is looking like she is definitely on the correct track.
Sandra Thompson on Friday, June 03, 2011 12:47pm
After two years in stealth, Adam Bosworth is lastly ready to begin talking about his health startup Keas. Keas isn't a Mint for health, although it began that way. Bosworth, who formerly launched Google Health at Google and before that was known as the father of XML at Microsoft, founded Keas two years ago with $10 million from Ignition Partners and Atlas Venture. He thought he would build a Mint for health, but discovered that people don't want to degree tinheritor health. So instead, he turned it into a game.
Keas is a game that keeps you healthy. You pick three goals a week, which can range from exercise to eating more fruits and vegetables to reducing stress. You get points for accomplishing your goals and for taking health quizes. If your company signals up for it, you can get rewards as well, including cash (HR branchs are willing to pay for programs that will keep employees healthy and productive).
Paul Davis on Friday, June 03, 2011 12:33pm
Another portion of quality corporate and brand identity from Higher. This time for Cyprus company Prospectacy. "Client asked about new brand identity that will help to standout and deliver services with pride, ardour and excellence. Since Prospectacy worked with a Russian clients a lot, they wanted to incorporate a two-headed eagle as a signal of brand, but at the same time do it in "different"; way for reduce similarity with Cypriot National Guard emblem.' Excellent job!
Betty Lopez on Friday, June 03, 2011 12:15pm
Electronic Arts is today debuting Origin, a direct-to-consumer gaming platform, as first reported by the Wall Street Journal. According to the placeholder website, expect Origin to go live around 9 AM Pacific time.
The platform will enable gamers to discover, buy and download more than 150 games from EA at its debut, with exclusive limited edition copies of EA games like Battlefield 3 and FIFA 12 coming later.
Helen Wright on Friday, June 03, 2011 12:13pm
Possible Worldwide, a WPP Digital company, this morning its acquisition of a majority stake in Gringo, a Brazilian digital agency. The deal is meant to expand the global footprint of Possible Worldwide, which counts companies like Microsoft, Nokia, Dell, Google and BBC among its clients.
Grïngo, which has 65 employees, works for clients like Coca-Cola, Absolut Vodka and Microsoft and has racked up a large number of industry awards over the years.
Edward Jones on Friday, June 03, 2011 11:22am
Chelsea Handler is one engaged lady these days, with her late night talk show 'Chelsea Lately,' two new shows in the works and a multi-book publishing deal to look after.
So is it any wonder that as her contract comes up for renewal over at E! there are reports that the network's desperate to keep her, and that she is feeling pretty relaxed about the whole thing?
"We'll see how it goes," she told 'The Hollywood Reporter.' "And if it works out for me to stick around here ... It may turn out that i am done altogether. I can not keep doing the same thing, my brain is bleeding."
Handler is estimated to make $3.5 million a year for her hosting duties, a figure that will undoubtedly must rise if E! wants to keep her.
"it is a lengthy process," Handler said, adding that "They tell you are valuable, and then you get a counter [offer] and you think, 'I guess you really don't care about me at all.' Nothing is set in stone, so if matters go south, then apparently i'll be moving along."
Brian Thomas on Friday, June 03, 2011 10:31am
matters are starting to look up for Sean Kingston. The singer is in steady condition and in recovery after a serious Jet Ski accident over Memorial Day weekend.
Kingston should be back on his feet in six weeks, his rep told E! Online.
The 'Beautiful Girls' singer suffered a broken jaw and wrist, and had water in his lungs from the accident, which arisered when Kingston and passenger Cassandra Sanchez crashed into the Palm Island bridge in Miami.
Sanchez, who said Kingston was driving the Jet Ski "really fast," recalled the seconds before the accident.
"We can not fit under there," Sanchez said she screamed before the collision. "Are we going to try and go under there? Sean stop!"
Lisa Lee on Friday, June 03, 2011 10:26am
The custody fight between 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Camille Grammer and ex-husband Kelsey Grammer is starting to receive nasty. Camille dossierd for sole physical custody of tinheritor two children on Thursday less than a month after Kelsey did the same -- and now the battle's on.
According to Us Weekly, the reality star claims Kelsey's custody petition was "done in order to create a false impression to the media and to wrongfully disparage her," adding that he acted "in poor faith."
Kelsey's filings for sole custody would move the kids, Mason, 9, and Jude, 6, to Chicago, where he resides with his new wife, Kayte Walsh. Camille would have time with the children for half of tinheritor summer and winter school breaks -- an agreement that doesn't sit well with the Bravo star.
Ruth Hill on Friday, June 03, 2011 9:11am
There has been a lot of discussion recently about the "zenith age" of entrepreneurs. "Old Guys Rule," said Vivek Wadwa in 1999, citing data that showed that men over 40 who were married and with children have the highest chance of success (no data was shared on female entrepreneurs).
But more recently there is been a definite trend, especially in the consumer Internet and mobile space, towards very young founders. The zenith age is around 25, said one venture capitalist, duncookeding a comparison to professional athletes. And SV Angel shared data on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt final week showing that more than 2/3 of startups that have $500 million or higher exits are started by entrepreneurs under 30 (see image above).
To counter the counter-argument, Adeo Ressi argued earlier this week that older entrepreneurs are actually performing better on tinheritor Founder Institute aptitude tests, and they expect fantastic matters from them.
Cuyag Mabecogoledu on Friday, June 03, 2011 8:34am
we have been over this. But numerous of you felt the need to argue - ardourately - about the destiny of an input device we all use today: the mouse. I say it is dead. Well not dead, dead - yet. But the wheels are lucidly in motion. numerous disagree. And I thought it was worth bringing up again upon seeing the demo video that Microsoft put out there for Windows 8.
I mean, does anyone still think the mouse is not dead?
I can understand that after Apple put a gun to the head of the mouse with the release of the Magic Trackpad, people were skeptical. "Apple has basically no market share!," was the basis of most of the basic arguments. The bigger point was that we are moving into a world where touch is king, lead by the smartphones and tablets. These devices are going to begin influencing our more traditional computers, not the other way around.