Nobu, the hospitality business co-founded by Robert De Niro, has expanded its footprint with a new hotel and restaurant venue in Shoreditch.
Film and music stars are seemingly discontent with the millions they make from their day jobs, as there is no shortage of celebrity alcohol brands on the market.
For those of you in desperate search of the perfect holiday home, the lead artist of Muse, Matt Bellamy, has listed his Lake Como penthouse for sale.
Last month I discussed our approach to our annual budget, one aspect of which is considering how much we spend on sponsorship and influencers to engage with the Christopher Ward brand.
Beverage business RUNA has secured a handful of of new investors, one of whom is Academy Award-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio – who has donated his shares to indigenous groups around the Amazon.
Kanye West wants to be known as an entrepreneur, not a rapper, and following his request for $1bn of investment from Mark Zuckerberg, Kim Kardashian’s husband has kept littering Twitter with his thoughts. As such, Real Business found the eccentric celebrity businessman has the skills to fill numerous job roles.
Fine food lovers will be able to taste cuisine made by cooking gods as luxury hospitality and leisure firm Belmond has recruited a handful of celebrity chefs to produce exclusive dinners on board its premium vintage train throughout the year.
Celebrity chef and judge on The Great British Bake Off, Paul Hollywood, has put his four-bedroom home on the market and you can snap up the Kent property for £795,000.
Jamie Laing of Made in Chelsea fame has turned to crowdfunding channel Seedrs to raise £300,000 for his Candy Kitten sweets brand, which will expand marketing efforts and secure a chunk of the £1.1bn UK confectionery market.
The Virgin Media Business Pitch to Rich 2015 competition finale has taken place in Shoreditch. On the judging panel, which included the likes of Richard Branson and Jo Malone, sat international male model David Gandy.
Ahead of the general election on 7 May, Virgin boss Richard Branson has topped a list of celebrity entrepreneurs most wanted for the post of the UK's next prime minister, having beaten the likes of Simon Cowell and David Beckham.
Following claims his father-in-law was guilty of fraud, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay found himself in court this year – this has made it apparent that even having family tied into a business is no guarantee of success or safety.