Ice Cube, NBPA executive Roger Mason Jr., and entertainment executive Jeff Kwatinetz hosted a press conference in New York City to officially announce the launch of the BIG3, a professional 3-on-3 basketball league featuring retired NBA players.
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President-elect Donald Trump held a news conference Wednesday to inform the American people of his plans to separate his business from his presidency. At Trump’s instructions, all of his business assets will be transferred into a trust, and Trump will resign from the Trump organization.
The Kardashians are in the midst of a serious financial crisis. Their once thriving Dash Boutique at 119 Spring Street in SoHo closed its doors this week, according to published reports.
After spending 9 days locked away on the psych ward at UCLA Medical Center, musician Kanye West is being forced to resume his Saint Pablo Tour.
A loyal reader sent in this video of rap kingpin Yo Gotti dropping $200,000+ cash on the table to sign 24-year-old Memphis rapper MoneyBagg Yo to his CMG record label.
Being a world class professional football star didn’t stop Mike Tolbert from getting shafted by a shady body shop owner.
Tolbert, 30, took to his Instagram page to complain bitterly about a Charlotte body shop owner who called the police after the Carolina Panthers fullback paid his $3,900 bill in coins.
Rapper Future‘s legal trouble with Ciara Harris doesn’t seem to be affecting his money.
The 32-year-old father-of-4- or 5 signed a multi-million dollar deal with Reebok, the 2nd largest athletic footwear company in the U.S.
Rap mogul Clifford “T.I.” Harris, Jr. was sued by former employees who claim he owes them back wages. The 12 employees named Harris and his business partner, Charles Hughes, co-owner of Scales 925 Restaurant in midtown Atlanta.
The former employees accuse Harris and Hughes of violating the Fair Labor Standards Act by refusing to pay them wages earned for time worked.
Twitter responded to critic’s calls for diversity in the boardroom by appointing Black television Entertainment (BET)’s Chief Executive Officer Debra Lee to its board of directors. Lee, 60, is both black and a female. Her appointment helps Twitter kill 2 birds with one stone.
Former Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott is the first client to sign with Jacob York‘s newly-launched Electric Republic Sports management division. Electric Republic Sports also announced they have partnered with 5th Down Management to co-manage their first client.