Do you know who really owns the stuff you’re watching on TV?
When you sit down to watch something and you see the channel logo hovering in the corner of the screen, which company is behind it? Take a look at the infographic we’ve compiled to see which big businesses own the stuff you watch on TV. You can even embed the graphic on your own blog or website using the code at the bottom of this post.
TV celebrities make a lot of money, but how much exactly? And which celebrities are making (or have made) the most money?
You might be surprised. Take a look at this fun infographic we put together showing how much money TV celebrities are making and who is making the most (and who’s not).
French shoemaker Christian Louboutin is known for its signature red-soled shoes, so when fashion house Yves Saint Laurent decided to sell some red-soled footwear,Louboutin sued (and lost).
Red-soled Louboutins have become so distinguished and sought-after that women who can’t afford a pair — which sell for upwards of $600 — have gone to shoe repair stores to ask cobblers to take their less expensive footwear and resole them with vibrant red rubber.
Thomas Keller is a very lucky man. Not only is he the only chef and restauranteur in the U.S. to be awarded three Michelin stars for two restaurants simultaneously, his two restaurants, French Laundry in the Napa Valley, and Per Se in New York City’s Columbus Circle, are consistently ranked among the world’s best restaurants by Restaurant magazine.