Kanye West Surprises Crowd At A (RED) Charity Concert In New York

Kanye West Surprises Crowd At A (RED) Charity Concert In New York

By Val Powell December 2, 2014

Kanye West headlined a surprise concert at the heart of New York to mark the World AIDS day. West performed along with other big-name stars like U2, Bruce Springsteen, and Carrie Underwood at the (RED) charity event that was streamed …

Emily Greenberg Buffett Marries; Bono Sings Emily Greenberg Buffett Marries; Bono Sings

Emily Greenbery Buffett, Warren Buffett’s granddaughter, was married on Friday evening in Omaha Nebraska. The wedding was held at Lauritzen Garden, according to Omaha.com. Almost 300 people were in attendance for the ceremony and Warren as well as his three …

Jelly Reveals Bono, Al Gore, and More as Investors Jelly Reveals Bono, Al Gore, and More as Investors

On April 1st, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone confirmed that he was working on a new startup called Jelly. He was kind of forced into revealing his hand, after news of the project leaked in late March. When Stone announced the …

Bono: The Richest Rock Star With Facebook IPO? Bono: The Richest Rock Star With Facebook IPO?

Bono could become the world’s richest rock musician once opening day of the Facebook IPO is closed. According to MTV News, the tech savvy rocker owns 2.3% of Facebook through his investment group, Elevation Partners. Bono bought the shares back …

Facebook IPO Will Make Bono Richest Rockstar In The Galaxy Facebook IPO Will Make Bono Richest Rockstar In The Galaxy
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It’s expected that Facebook’s IPO is going to make a lot of people rich and richer whenever those shares hit the stock market. One person who will fall into the latter category is U2 frontman Bono, whose stocks in Facebook …

Elevation Partners Spends $120M More On Facebook Shares

The private equity firm that counts rock star Bono as a member of its investment team is taking a greater interest in Facebook.  According to a new report, Elevation Partners has spent $120 million on five million of the company’s secondary market shares.

(Red), Bono’s Fundraising Program Starts Dec. 1st

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Bono Getting Jiggy with Facebook

Maybe it’s the future of music and maybe it’s not, but I think U2’s experiment with Facebook and the iLike widget is a pretty interesting move.

AOL Throws Cincinnati A Curve

The 2007 baseball season is opening with a surprising match up: the Cincinnati Reds versus AOL. The Major League Baseball club filed opposition to AOL’s application for trademark of "RED," the name of AOL’s social network for teens.

Bono Seeks Yahoo Answers To Poverty

U2′s frontman and noteworthy activist takes his turn during the Yahoo Answers “Ask the Planet” promotion and asks for suggestions on battling the problem of global poverty.

Bono Endorses Phone, Tries To Cure AIDS

U2 singer Bono is doing his part in the fight against AIDS: he’s endorsing a red phone. Some of the proceeds from this red version of Motorola’s Slimline SLVR model will go to a global fund to fight AIDS and other diseases.

Net Giants Join Bono As ONE

Internet marketing technology company Viewpoint has renewed a partnership with ONE.org and U2′s Bono to help promote the ONE Campaign, a new effort to rally Americans in the fight against global AIDS and extreme poverty.

Bill And Melinda Gates Open More Windows

Normally, the articles for this are about trends and technologies in Windows. This story will be a bit more about Bill Gates, founder and chief software architect of Microsoft. Something Bill Gates and his wife Melinda are becoming more known for though is the charitable work of their foundation. Time magazine made them their “Person of the Year.”

Judge Orders Hats Off To Bono

Bono, U2 front man, activist and hat lover, scored one for the team when a Dublin judge ordered that it doesn’t matter if he was in his undies at the time, you just don’t come between an Irishman and his hat. Bono’s next activist event: getting Donald Duck his pants back.*

Student Sued By Apple Finds Pro Bono Representation

Nicholas Ciarelli, the student who was sued by Apple, will be receiving Pro Bono representation from Terry Gross, a lawyer from the San Francisco-based firm Gross & Belsky.