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Posted by Gabriuska on May 01, 2015 with 0 Comments


New York-based brand-management firm Sequential Brands Group Inc. posted Q1 revenues today that beat Wall Street’s forecasts and were over 100 percent higher than revenues in the year-ago quarter. The company, which recently acquired the Jessica Simpson brand, said it will continue to focus on both organic and acquisition-based growth in the year ahead.

Net Income: GAAP earnings for the first quarter, ended March 31, 2015, totaled $1.4 million, up from last year’s Q1 GAAP earnings of $742,000.

EPS: Earnings per diluted share were 4 cents — up one penny year-over-year.

Net Revenue: Net revenues for Q1 were up 117 percent year-over-year, to $13.6 million. The firm posted revenues of $6.3 million in the prior year’s first quarter.

Adjustments: Earnings per diluted share, adjusted for non-recurring gains, were 3 cents (non-GAAP).

Hit, Miss or Beat: The licensing and brand-management company’s performance was a beat on Wall Street’s estimates for the quarter. Analysts polled by Yahoo Finance had predicted revenues of $10.99 million, while the company posted revenues of $13.6 million.

Executive Insights: “We are pleased to begin 2015 with a strong quarter and the recently announced acquisition of a majority interest in the Jessica Simpson brand. Core to our growth strategy is that we are focused on executing on our playbook of both organic and acquisition growth, and our recent results and future plans reflect this strategy.” – Sequential CEO Yehuda Shmidman

Looking Ahead: For the year ending Dec. 31, 2015, the company said it is reiterating revenue guidance of $78 million to $81 million. Consistent with the company’s historical quarterly results, Sequential said it expects revenue for 2015 to be weighted to the third and fourth quarters due to “seasonality in the businesses of many of the company’s licensees.”


Posted by Gabriuska on Apr 30, 2015 with 0 Comments


They seem like a perfect match now, and when you see where they were in high school, you’ll agree that Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson were made for each other. Check out these fun throwback photos of Eric as a star athlete and Jessica as a cheerleader back in their high school days for Throwback Thursday.

Posted by Gabriuska on Apr 29, 2015 with 0 Comments


Posted by Gabriuska on Apr 28, 2015 with 0 Comments


Eric picks up lunch from Rosti Tuscan Kitchen In Calabasas on 04/24/2015


Posted by Gabriuska on Apr 27, 2015 with 0 Comments


Celebrities. They’re just like us, except they look nicer, smell better, and can nab a table at Red Lobster during Endless Shrimp without having to wait. They also have the funds to freely test out their crazy business ideas—which more often than not, fail spectacularly.

But sometimes the lightning of fortune strikes twice, gracing already blessed talents with Gary Dahl-level entrepreneurial skills to match. These 16 celebrities could actually afford to quit their day jobs, thanks to some very brilliant decisions they made in their utterly charmed lives.  
Jessica Alba

Notable Venture: The Honest Company

50 Cent

Notable Ventures
Vitamin WaterTMT (The Money Team) Promotions, SMS Audio, SK Energy, Real Estate, Finance, mining and heavy metal equity, G-Unit Films, G-Unit Clothing
Paul Newman
Notable Venture: Newman’s Own
 Will Ferrell
Notable Venture: Funny or Die
Hank Aaron 
Notable Ventures: Hank Aaron Automotive Group, 755 Restaurant Corp
Robert DeNiro

Notable Ventures: 
Tribeca Films, The Tribeca Film Festival, Nobu, Various restaurants and restaurant chains, real estate
Sammy Hagar
Notable Venture: Cabo Wabo Enterprises


Jessica Simpson
Notable Venture: The Jessica Simpson Collection You may snicker, but Jessica Simpson—yes, that Jessica Simpson—has built her fashion brand into a veritable style conglomerate, with revenue exceeding one BILLION dollars. Both her and Alba have companies in the billion club…makes you wonder what Jessica Biel is up to.


Jay Z
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Posted by Gabriuska on Apr 26, 2015 with 0 Comments


JUMPSUIT: Rolans Mouret Shotwick Two-Tone Stretch-Crepe Jumpsuit.

Posted by Gabriuska on Apr 25, 2015 with 0 Comments


Her best friend CaCee Cobb, 37, and husband Donald Faison, 40, just welcomed the newest and smallest addition to their family – daughter Wilder Frances Faison.

And Jessica Simpson has been honoured with the title of godmother, taking to Instagram on Friday to gush about the new love in her life.

‘Madly in love with my Goddaughter Wilder Frances Faison!!! I am beyond proud of @caceecobb and @donald_aison,’ the 34-year-old singer and fashion designer wrote with a picture of herself cradling the newborn.


Source: Dailymail.co.uk

Posted by Gabriuska on Apr 24, 2015 with 0 Comments


IMG, the sports and media business acquired by WME last year, is stepping up to finance and market a full-length feature documentary about former New Orleans Saints football player Steve Gleason who was stricken with ALS at the age of 34. Joining IMG in The Gleason Project is Seth Gordon, the producer of the Academy Award-winning documentary Undefeated who will produce. J. Clay Tweel (Print the Legend) will direct.

Gleason, a former football star, is considered one of the world’s most recognizable advocates living with ALS, building on the legacy of MLB Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig, who began his courageous battle in 1939. Stephen Hawking is yet another who has lived a long life with it. The 73 year-old physicist’s life was the subject of the Oscar nominated biopic The Theory of Everything. It didn’t win Best Picture, but it did win a Best Acting Oscar for Eddie Redmayne who portrayed the young Hawking who is diagnosed and then fights what was then diagnosed simply as “a motor neuron disease.”

Gleason played for the New Orleans Saints for eight years, from 2000-2008. Three years later, he was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and given two to five years to live. That same year, Gleason learned that his wife, Michel, was pregnant, so he started a video journal so his son would know who he was. More than 1,000 hours of footage will be cut together for the documentary.

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