He doesn’t count Facebook or the iPad among his inventions, but that doesn’t stop Medtech CEO Bertin Nahum from being considered the 4th most revolutionary entrepreneur in the world.
A staggering $53 million worth of diamonds and other jewels were stolen Sunday from the Carlton Intercontinental Hotel in Cannes, in one of Europe’s biggest jewelry heists in recent years, police said. (July 28)
Rap legend Nas recently visited Cognac, France to experience the Hennessy legacy in person—a firsthand glimpse of the history and craftsmanship that define Hennessy cognac
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Kanye premiered his short film, Cruel Summer during the Cannes Film Festival last night. The half hour flick was projected on 7 screens inside a white pyramid tent with guests including Jay-Z and a few of members of G.O.O.D. Music. The film shot in Qatar, is now open to the public in Cannes until May 25. Read More
French exotic car manufacturer and distrubitor Bugatti has unveiled their latest edition of its Veryon, the Grand Sport Vitesse.
Boasting a sixteen-cylinder 1,200 hp engine with four turbochargers, the convertible named after the French word for “speed” is the most powerful production roadster of all time. The world will physically be able to see the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse at the Geneva Moter Show this year in March.
The Supreme Audiovisual Council of France has banned Rihanna’s music video for “We Found Love” from daytime television for being too explicit. They believe the clip could inspire “self destructive behavior.”
The video, which shows the pop star smoking, shoplifting and engaging in a violent relationship with a Chris Brown look-a-like, model Dudley O’Shaughnessy can now only be shown after 10 PM.
It’s the second video this year from the singer that has received some type of ban. Riri’s clip for “S&M” was banned in 11 countries after it was deemed to be too raunchy.