- Etc... // Beverage Industry;Nov94, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p42
Reports on the plan of British businessman Richard Branson to sell Virgin Cola in Great Britain.
- The Greatest BRITON in Management and Leadership. // Personnel Today;3/11/2003, p4
Reports that Richard Branson of Virgin Group PLC has been voted the Greatest Briton in management and leadership in Great Britain by readers of the periodical 'Personnel Today.' Career profile of Branson; Views of voters regarding management qualities of Anita Roddick of the company Body Shop;...
- Virgin Atlantic raising cash to expand fleet and routes. McKenna, J.T. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/16/1992, Vol. 136 Issue 11, p18
States Virgin Atlantic Airways Chairman Richard Branson has sold his Virgin Music Group to Thorn EMI Plc. for $875 million which will be used to underwrite route additions, finance used and new aircraft acquisitions and boost the carrier's borrowing power by reducing current debt. Possible sale...
- Branson warns on 'antiquated' bid assessment. // Rail Business Intelligence;12/15/2011, Issue 404, p4
The article reports that British entrepreneur Richard Branson forecast that Virgin Rail Group's bid for the replacement InterCity West Coast franchise would pay the government a good amount of money.
- BILLIONAIRE JETTISONED. Farnham, A. // Fortune;2/24/1992, Vol. 125 Issue 4, p111
Reports on the status of the Earthwinds balloon circumnavigation project. Financier Richard Branson's role in funding the program; Comments from flight Captain Larry Newman.
- A captain of the not-so-friendly skies. // U.S. News & World Report;7/08/96, Vol. 121 Issue 2, p22
Focuses on Richard Branson who built Britain's largest privately held conglomerate, The Virgin Group. His aim to block a proposed alliance between British Airways and American Airlines; His charges against American CEO Robert Crandall.
- In the spotlight. Horowitz, Janice M.; Jaynes, Madeline // Time International (South Pacific Edition);01/20/97, Issue 3, p11
Presents a caricature of entrepreneur Richard Branson, who unsuccessfully attempted to circumnavigate the globe in a hot-air balloon.
- A good sport, and handsome. Insberg, Larry // Spy Magazine;Mar98, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p42
Features businessman Richard Branson. Ownership of an air travel and recorded music empire; Friendship with the late Princess Diana of Wales.
- A career of business success. // Newsweek;8/13/1984, Vol. 104 Issue 6, p58
Richard Branson at 33 is worth an estimated $200 million and may be the second richest man on the British music scene after Paul McCartney. The founder of Virgin Records, Virgin Films, and most recently cut-rate Virgin Atlantic Airways, he made his fortune by flying in the face of business...
- Has Richard Branson sprung a leak? Deutschman, Alan // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Apr97, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p240
Profiles Richard Branson, owner and chief executive of Virgin Airlines. Near-death experiences; Personification of the American-style businessman; Success of publicity initiatives; Unconventional ethos of business ventures.