Halle Berry Turns Entrepreneur at 50

Halle Berry Turns Entrepreneur at 50

Halle Berry, who turned 50 earlier this year—shared some pretty big news on Instagram last month. Turns out she’s finally launching that lingerie line she had hinted about. The announcement of the line, dubbed Scandale!—came with a somewhat racy photo of the star.

“The big FIVE OH,” she wrote in the post, “has taught me to be FEAR- LESS! I’m about to launch a lingerie line at 50,” she continued. “Here’s what I know for sure... it’s never too early or too late to do what EVER makes you happy.”

Sharing The Power of Entrepreneurship: Shark Tank’s Daymond John

Sharing The Power of Entrepreneurship: Shark Tank’s Daymond John

The story of Daymond John’s American dream only gets better. Already a highly celebrated entrepreneur, author and TV personality with a reported net worth of $300 million, John–widely known as the founder of FUBU and co-star of the reality show Shark Tank–has recently added Ambassador to his resume.
Just over a year ago the White House appointed John to the Presidential Ambassadors for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE).

The PAGE initiative is a collaboration between successful American entrepreneurs, the Department of Commerce, the Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development, Small Business Administration, National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the White House. The goal of this program is to harness the energy, ideas, and experience of the next generation of entrepreneurs both at home and abroad. John’s signature initiative is dedicated to helping underserved entrepreneurs and emerging digital influencers build their brands and customer base.

Will the Nate Parker Controversy Crush Oscar Hopes of Birth of A Nation

Will the Nate Parker Controversy Crush Oscar Hopes of Birth of A Nation

Actor, filmmaker Nate Parker is facing a firestorm of criticism after recently opening up about an

alleged rape case that he was acquitted of in 2001. Parker is director of the highly anticipated film “The Birth of a Nation,” an emotional portrayal of the freedom fighter Nat Turner, who led a rebellion that killed over 55 whites.

While a student at Penn State University in the late 1990s, he and wrestling teammate, Jean Celestin (the film’s co-writer) were charged and tried for the rape of a white classmate. Both Parker and Celestin maintain the sexual encounter was consensual. The accuser claimed it was not consensual because she was severely under the influence of alcohol. Although Parker was acquitted, Celestin was found guilty. His conviction was later appealed, and the prosecution overturned the case.


Is Gospel Music In Trouble

Is Gospel Music In Trouble

We all met with her earlier this year. The executives Porrt Her thing is if it was up to Aflred A whole contingent of stations across the country that will continue to play gospel music.

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Whoopie Goldberg Signs New Deal with the View

Raven-Symone along with Michelle Collins and Candace Cameron-Bure will soon announce their departure from Daytimes hit talk show “The View”. Meanwhile Whoopie Goldberg has signed a $2.5 million deal to return to the show for it’s 20th season which will begin in September.


Inside Hollywood: Oprah Tapped to Star in "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

HBO is bringing “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” to the small screen and Oprah is set to star as Henrietta, a poor African America Baltimore mother of five, who died of cervical cancer in 1951 at age 31.

Without her family’s knowledge her cancerous cells were removed from her body and cultured for medical research by doctors at Johns Hopkins, which led to significant breakthroughs in medical research, ranging from aiding the development of the cure for polio to AIDS-related treatments.

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