In Good Company: 50 U.S. Businesses That Stood Out During the Pandemic

The hair company is donating 5,000 haircuts—worth around $625,000—to local New York health care workers once its salons reopen. The company has also sent more than 1,000 catered meals and snacks, worth $15,000, to hospitals in New York City that have been hard hit by COVID-19. And it will give $250,000 worth of hair care […]

All Night Long: Lionel Richie recalls closing 1984 Olympics

“He turned to me and said, Mr. Richie I want to make sure this works, we’ll make you look good,” Richie recalled. “I said, kid, your mom and dad aren’t going to be looking at me they’ll be looking at you. Go out and have the best time of your life because they’ll remember this […]

Sumner Redstone, Tenacious Media Mogul, Dies at 97

“It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Sumner M. Redstone, the self-made businessman, philanthropist and World War II veteran who built one of the largest collections of media assets in the world,” National Amusements said. “Sumner played a critical role in shaping the landscape of the modern media and entertainment industry. […]

NFF Shares FIFA’s N772m COVID-19 to fund Clubs

ALSO READ: Exclusive: N-TYZE entertainment drags Humblesmith to court The NFF said, “After consultations with the leadership of the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports, the board endorsed the proposal from the secretariat for the lump sum of $2 million to be shared across the various clubs and governing bodies of the various leagues.

Financial disclosures reveal postmaster general’s business entanglements and likely conflicts of interest, experts say

“The idea that you can be a postmaster general and hold tens of millions in stocks in a postal service contractor is pretty shocking,” said Walter Shaub, the former director of the Office of Government Ethics, who resigned in 2017. “It could be that he’s planning on selling it, but I don’t understand the delay. […]