Affirming their quest for world domination, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen purchased another Beverly Hills mansion for $17.5 million. Already acing life in social media, food, fashion, music, awards, books, politics and real estate, the celebrity couple’s knack for making news is, well, Legendary. Life is good.
Recently, Legend and Teigen listed their high-design Beverly Hills residence for $24 million, and revealed a third baby is on the way. So upgrading their living arrangement while downsizing expenses makes sense. Plus, this hard-working entertainment duo is always on the move anyway. Who’s to stop them from doing whatever they want?
As many small businesses face challenges during the coronavirus pandemic, Lowe’s is giving them a shot to get their products on its store shelves and website.
Lowe’s CEO Marvin Ellison said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that the home improvement retailer is teaming up with Daymond John, a star of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” to mentor entrepreneurs across diverse backgrounds, listen to their pitches and narrow the pool to standouts. The initiative will ultimately culminate in a one-day pitch competition judged by Lowe’s executives and hosted by John.
“Although we’re a big company, we’re fortunate to be classified as an essential business, we understand that the success of our broader macro economy is going to be the small businesses and the ability for small businesses to continue to grow and thrive,” Ellison said. “We understand that Covid-19 has created an incredible strain on the economic viability of many of
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In a new initiative called “Making It… With Lowe’s,” the home improvement retailer teams up with FUBU founder and Shark Tank star Daymond John to offer hundreds of small-business owners from underrepresented communities the chance to sell their products on Lowes.com and in store.
“This is just our way as a large company to allow everyday small businesses, who we all agree are the cornerstone of our economy, to get a chance to put products on the shelf of a major company,” Lowe’s CEO Marvin Ellison says on the latest episode of Leadership Next.
The search will cast a wide net and winnow the applicants down in a one-day, virtual pitch challenge