How would you feel about a thirsty old man ripping pics from your Instagram account and selling them for $100,000 apiece?
Richard Prince, the American-artist-in-question, has filled the Gagosian Gallery in New York with 38 portraits, 65 by 48 inches each, of persons he found sifting through Instagram. A good majority of the pics in his series, titled “New Portraits,” are of young females in suggestive poses.
Google announced yesterday that they will be releasing their self-produced automated cars into Mountain View, California, this summer with the intention of studying the community’s reaction to the vehicles.
When it comes to choosing your career or your significant other, which would you choose? For pro gamer Alex “Xpecial” Chu, it’s a no-brainer: the games!
After a Starbucks’ employee went berserk on customer Ruby Chen for failing to provide her name for inscription on her cup, the terrified and confused female patron of the Starbucks’ Elmhurst, Queens, store asked for a manager.
The response: “You’re talking to it! You’re talking to the manager!”
How would you like to own two homes by the age of 27? How about making $100,000 a year and having enough capital to invest in your own business?
For most of us, if we’re being honest here, that kind of talk isn’t anything more than a pipe dream; we wouldn’t even know where to start pursuing such a fantasy. Fortunately, however, there’s someone who does know because he’s done it himself.
Among the great Indian dishes today are chicken tikka, vegetable paneer and … veggie burgers from Wendy’s? The American fast food giant has decided to make a lucrative move to the East, selling its square patties to the throngs of Indians hungry for a quick bite.
In five years’ time, the fast food company plans to open 50 Wendy’s across India’s major cities, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
Daniel Liu was visiting a Seattle Starbucks roastery on a business trip when a Starbucks executive approached him and said:
“I wanna let you know that we’re very open with all our technology, and all of our equipment, and if you want to take any of it to China, you’re totally free to do that.”
I had a dream that I came home and found Mark Cuban sitting at my home computer, clicking through my old Facebook pics and deleting them.
Shailene Woodley believes in bugs. Or rather, she believes that we should be eating them. The 23-year-old star of “Divergent” recently confessed to Nylon:
“The strangest thing I’ve ever eaten … I’ve eaten ants and that was great, uh, and june bugs that was great. I think the future of food is in insects, so we’ll see what happens.”
Three months into 2015, our hard-working and observant colleagues at Fortune have already compiled and arranged a roster of the year’s exceptional for us to peer over, deeming them the “World’s Greatest 50 Leaders.”
If you visited Google today, you might have noticed the mighty search engine’s new Doodle honoring what would have been the 105th birthday of Momofuku Ando, the inventor of Cup Noodles.
For most of us — if we’re being honest here — life without top ramen would have been unmanageable. It began in childhood for me, when I would eagerly wait for my dad to return home on Fridays, tired after work, requesting that I make him a hot bowl of noodles. (I knew that meant kung fu movies later, too.) I’d scurry out our family room, across the hall and into the kitchen, having absorbed the three steps of instant noodle-making as if they had belonged in the Ten Commandments:
‘Shark Tank’ Wanted to Replace Barbara Corcoran with a Hot, Busty Blonde, So Here’s What She Did Next
What do you do when things don’t go according to plan?
Earlier this week at the Entrepreneur’s Growth Conference in Miami, “Shark Tank” investor Barbara Corcoran shared what she believes is the number one predictor of a person’s success in business — and it’s not what you think.