The Los Angeles Clippers aren’t even for sale, and deep-pocketed celebrities from Oprah Winfrey to Magic Johnson are already lining up to consider bidding for the National Basketball Association team.
In “Inventing David Geffen,” singer Jackson Browne recalls the day he phoned his old pal and manager to offer congratulations on a particularly lucrative business deal.
Theater producer Arielle Tepper Madover arrived for the Public Theater’s annual gala wearing a white tulle dress by Viktor & Rolf and a jumbo heart-shaped Lanvin ring.
David Geffen, the billionaire entertainment executive, will donate $100 million to the University of California, Los Angeles, to help medical students graduate without debt.
Grant Hill and Ares Capital Management Chairman Tony Ressler spent Monday afternoon at the Malibu, California, home of Shelly Sterling, who had something lots of rich folks wanted: the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Los Angeles Clippers soon may be for sale, triggering a billionaire bidding war that probably will result in a record price for a National Basketball Association team.
Jimmy Iovine, the veteran music industry producer and executive, will become a billionaire if Apple Inc. completes a deal to buy Beats Electronics LLC for $3.2 billion.
"He's an incredibly talented guy."
- David Geffen on May 12, 2014