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Video: Interview with Teri Wilson and His Ballerina Bride (Drake Diamonds)

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The Ultimate Pas de Deux A Page Six Exclusive Report  Debonair Artem Drake has had tongues wagging all over New York since he became surprise CEO of Drake Diamonds. This playboy hopes to bring new life to the storied old business before those rumored bad investments sink the family ship. He’s even plucked an ambitious salesgirl out of the shadows to become the store’s new star designer. But Ophelia Rose isn’t the ingenue she seems. The swanlike beauty’s hiding a past that glimmers as bright as a Drake diamond—she once graced the stage as a professional ballerina…until she was forced to take her final curtsy and hide from the limelight. Now can Artem bring her back to center stage? Or…

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Shark Tank’s Daymond John Reveals His Business Reading List

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CEO of FUBU and Shark Tank shark Daymond John is no stranger to growing a business from the ground up and finding success. So what helped him along the way on his journey to becoming a business tycoon? John revealed in a Reddit AMA in February his top nine books that not only guided him but that he recommends to all business entrepreneurs. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill (The Ballantine Publishing Group, 1987) How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie (Pocket Books, 1998) Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson (G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1998) Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki (Plata Publishing, 2011) Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne (Harvard Business Review Press, 2015) The One-Minute Entrepreneur by Kenneth Blanchard,…

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Why #PaperbackBookDay is a Literary Celebration

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We all love our e-readers, our iPads, Kindles and Nooks. They allow us to carry entire libraries worth of books in our pockets, and when we get tired of reading, we can use them to check out Facebook or play Angry Birds. But July 30 is Paperback Book Day, a holiday that helps us celebrate the previous revolution in book publishing and revel in the sensory delight of the paperback book. After all, you can’t “dog ear” a page of an electric novel. An e-book doesn’t give you that jolt of delight you once got when you saw the paperback cover of your favorite author’s latest novel sitting on the shelf at the drugstore, waiting to be snatched up. And…

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