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He's such a proud father.
The Internet can and will prove you a liar in minutes. Finally we are seeing that powerful men, and for that matter powerful companies, can no longer just say "Oh.. sorry." If people don't believe in and trust your brand, and if they don't understand your moral purpose, you could be left out in the cold in much the same as Donald Sterling or Don Imus were.
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Magic Johnson is calling upon NBA Commissioner Adam Silver to "come down hard" on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, who is alleged to have made racially charged comments and urged a girlfrie...
The Chevy Chase Show was probably the biggest failure in late-night talk show history. This debacle was supposed to be Fox's one-two punch to both Leno and Letterman. Instead, it was a huge embarrassment, and that network hasn't had a weeknight talk show since.
Drake was recently announced as the new "global ambassador" for the Toronto Raptors. In doing this, Drake showed loyalty to his hometown NBA team. He also took a critical step in building his personal brand. This was a terrific move to add breadth to his career and leave open a path for a post-music career.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has shown us that his football philosophy changes lives. Earlier in his career, Carroll couldn't sit back and watch as kids in L.A.'s inner-city schools succumbed to pressure to join gangs. He created A Better LA in 2003, an organization that works to reduce gang violence by offering skills training and resources for people looking to get off the streets.
Any kid who straps on a pair of skates or picks up a basketball at a neighbourhood playground has dreams of ultimate glory. A very rare few show elite skill level in their early years and even fewer a...
Magic Johnson may fit the Republican definition of a “job creator,” in that the former basketball star and current businessman and philanthropist is wildly wealthy. But don’t think his one per cent st...
People have looked up to Magic Johnson for most of his life, and not just because he’s 6’9.” Though an NBA superstar — he won three MVP awards and five championships with the LA Lakers — it’s the last...
There were those who thought Johnson had been handed a death sentence in 1991. Yet 20 years later, he seems full of boundless energy as he describes everything he still plans to do.