LOS ANGELES— It's a meet-and-greet worthy of an A-list star. "A year ago, I went to New York and tried to get a book publisher to take a meeting with me," said Graham, who represents Franta and other mega-popular YouTubers. Here we are a year later at Barnes& Noble in Los Angeles with a New York Times best-selling author who is a client.» Read More
Eric Trump of The Trump Organization discusses his decision to give $20 million to St. Jude Children's Hospital to open a state of the art surgery and ICU facility.
Celebrities are working to help transform learning for kids in U.S. public schools. Vanessa Kirsch, founder and CEO of venture philanthropy fund "New Profit," explains the focus of the fund.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at who tuned into the Grammy Awards, and the big night for social media. Also, Target spent about $8 million to buy out a 4-minute advertising break.
Feb 5- Elizabeth Arden Inc reported a bigger-than-expected 20 percent drop in quarterly revenue, citing lower sales of its celebrity fragrances and changes to the way its beauty products are distributed in China. Elizabeth Arden said a decline in sales of its celebrity fragrances, which include the Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj brands, would...
Discussing AMC's upcoming premiere of "Better Call Saul," and the formula for a successful television show, with co-stars Michael McKean and Jonathan Banks.
NEW YORK, Feb 5- If there's one thing Reuters has learned from a year of asking celebrities about their first gigs ever, it is that you never forget your first job. No matter how famous or powerful they have become, America's foremost achievers all remember that very first moment of bringing home a paycheck. "He was a partner in a Broadway- district restaurant called...
Actor Jason Lee discusses his character in the new Amazon series, "Cocked," and whether the series could open up the debate on gun control.
Federal law enforcement officials are stepping up their efforts to crack down on counterfeit Super Bowl goods.
NFL players who make it into the postseason are rewarded for their success and hard work with bonus checks.
Performer Donny Osmond, talks investing, Mitt Romney, and the secret to his 50-year career in show business, at the NYSE.
Rapper and entrepreneur Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson speaks with CNBC's Julia Boorstin about his SMS headphones; partnership with Intel and competition in the space.
Elvis Presley's personal jets will go under the hammer in a sealed-bid auction for a piece of mile-high rock and roll memorabilia.
Actress Jane Seymour explains how she ended up in a "Funny or Die" video spoofing "Breaking Bad" called "Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman."
Insight to "The Interview's" big weekend, with Matthew Belloni, The Hollywood Reporter executive editor.
CNBC's Jane Wells breaks down the weekend's profits for Sony's "The Interview," and weighs in on whether the movie could change the way the movie business model works.
CNBC's Jane Wells breaks down the weekend's profits for Sony's "The Interview." Of the $18 million the film made, $15 million came in from legal downloads.
CNBC's Jane Wells reveals her pop culture playbook for 2015.
Co-directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg of Sony's "The Interview" dropped in at an LA midnight screening of the movie to surprise fans after a controversial delay of its opening.
Many celebrities have charities tied to their fame and bankability. Does it work? Here are highs and lows in recent star-studded giving.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks to actress Gwyneth Paltrow about Goop, Martha Stewart and acting.