Sir Richard Branson, one of the world’s most inspiring risk-takers and big-shot businessmen, has a reputation for consistently rolling the dice.
Richard Branson’s second Caribbean island has been undergoing major refurbishments, but one estate is officially ready for the jol.
Sir Richard Branson has never been shy of an attention-grabbing antic or two, whereas his daughter doesn’t seem to have a pretentious, showy, spotlit life in the least.
Virgin Hyperloop has completely pivoted its focus, which means the promise for those futuristic pods going breakneck speeds has officially been shattered.
It looks like Virgin Galactic was more concerned with making sure that Branson would be the first billionaire in space than it was about properly implementing safety protocols.
Richard Branson’s Virgin is claiming to set the standard for 21st-century travel with ‘passenger pods’ that can go at speeds in excess of 1 000 kilometres per hour from one major city to the next.
Richard Branson’s Necker Island has had a few hard knocks over the years, with hurricanes and pandemics keeping guests at bay.
Ashton Kutcher sold his ticket to space onboard Richard Branson’s rocketship because his wife, Mila Kunis, said she didn’t think that it was a “smart family decision”.
As promised, Jeff Bezos is following Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic flight to space with a date set for next Tuesday, alongside a rather diverse crew.
On July 20, Jeff Bezos will head to space aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket. It’s rumoured rival Richard Branson might try and beat him to the post.
Richard Branson might be worth in excess of $5 billion, but his budding business career didn’t get off to the greatest of starts.
Richard Branson has opened his second island to the public, just four kilometres away from the famous Necker Island.
Richard Branson is a notoriously voracious reader who believes that one book, with a strong South African connection, is what we need to get through the pandemic.
Virgin Galactic isn’t only trying to take tourists to space, because it also wants to transport people across the planet at breakneck speeds.
For the first time, Virgin Galactic is showing off the inside of SpaceShipTwo, a crew cabin for up to six passengers and two pilots that could make space tourism history.
Richard Branson wasn’t immune to the economic devastation brought on by the pandemic, but it looks like he’s turning things around.
In the late 1970s, Branson bought Necker Island for £180 000. It’s turned out to be a pretty shrewd investment over time.
Richard Branson promised a luxury cruise where you could party like a rockstar, and he has delivered.
The good news is that Richard has opened a Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship in South Africa, although he came under fire during the announcement.
Richard Branson talks about what it took to start his business in the 1970s, and why he thinks it would have been easier today.
When he’s not running a multi-billion dollar empire, Richard Branson believes his productivity can be boiled down to a simple lifestyle choice.
By now, chances are you’ve heard about Richard Branson’s Necker Island, located in the British Virgin Islands. Turns out he also owns this gem.
Last September, the British Virgin Islands were torn apart, and Branson’s Necker Island took a particularly bad beating. Now it’s open for business once more.
Sir Richard Branson has weighed in on Elon’s frenetic lifestyle, with some sage advice from one billionaire to another.
Another successful test flight means that passengers could soon be visiting space, and it’s sooner than you think.
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