Senegalese-American pop star Akon speaks to CNN about his major sustainable energy initiative, which will bring electricity to 600 million people.
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Realizing that the natural hair movement provides a viable market, L’Oréal USA has acquired multi-cultural beauty brand Carol’s Daughter.
Today, New York City-based fashion designer Michael Kors sat down for a chat with Business of Fashion’s founder/editor-in-chief Imran Amed at the new Michael Kors flagship store in Shanghai, China.
TIME Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” 2014 list includes Beyoncé, Richard Sherman, Steve McQueen, Kerry Washington, Pharrell Williams, Matthew McConaughey, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, and Serena Williams.
26-year-old DJ, model and tech entrepreneur Hannah Bronfman was recently tapped to cover Lifestyle Mirror Magazine’s Food & Fashion issue, where she encourages people to dump processed foods, forget white flour and start cooking at home.
Oscar nominee Pharrell Williams is the latest celebrity to ink a long-term partnership with Adidas, with the first products being released this summer.
Skylar Diggins graces the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, the magazine’s 50th edition, photographed by Adam Franzino on Guana Island.
Not only does Microsoft have a new CEO, Satya Nadella, the tech giant has tapped veteran Silicon Valley executive John W. Thompson to replace Bill Gates as its chairman this week.
Album sales here in the United States have again fallen to a new weekly low.
While Target wallows in its pettiness, refusing to sell Beyoncé’s newly released self-titled album, the star stocked the set in Wal-Mart and surprised shoppers in one in Tewksbury, Massachusetts on Friday.
While lecturing that everyone is a slave to corporations, Kanye West is desperately trying to become a part of the corporate exploitation machine.
Rapper Nicki Minaj stopped by the Queen Latifah Show this week where she praised the female rap pioneer for paving a way for her and other women in hip-hop.
James Franco’s ‘The Director’ gives us an intimate portrait of the Gucci brand and the woman who runs it — Creative Director, Frida Giannini.
When it comes to social media posts, sometimes our brain-to-finger filters simply don’t work so well.
Netflix and its new original series, ‘House of Cards,’ challenge the standard of the television industry.
If you find yourself in London’s East End, stop by one of these non-corporate run cafés to sit down and work.
Beyoncé graces the cover of British style and purpose magazine, The Gentlewoman, for its Spring/Summer 2013 issue. She talks about taking control of her career, launching her own production company, and much more.
The prediction that “most of Africa will be using smartphones in five years” is quickly becoming reality, with Intel’s new Yolo and a smartphone partnership between Microsoft and Huawei.
All out of better ideas, BlackBerry is hoping that celebrity partnerships may dig the brand out of the “red-headed step-child of smartphones” category, enlisting Alicia Keys as the company’s new Global Creative Director.
Beyoncé has a new campaign with Pepsi coming next year, which will not only feature her doing a few commercials — but a limited edition Pepsi can as well, in a new $50 million partnership between the pop star and beverage company.