Despite my reservations I will join this exercise by looking back on the year as I wrote about it in this space. There is
Williams, her sister, Venus, and several touring professional tennis players of color are standing on the shoulders of giants. Many of those giants call HBCUs and MSIs their home. Here's a list of some of those that have and continue to impact the world of tennis.  
In today's world, companies can no longer rely solely on brand loyalty to sell products and services.
Inga Eirksdottir Inga is not only a model but a curator, with three award winning photography shows under her belt. She was
There's been speculation that the 24-year-old made the switch from Elite Model Management to IMG, but we finally received
The two-week tournament draws more than 300,000 spectators to watch international tennis stars spar on the courts, generating
Find out why Mallis feels Lakme Fashion Week is so important for young designers, why fashion sponsorship needs policing and how Indian designers can rise to the occasion.
As each model walks the makeshift ramp in the fitting room, Mohapatra and the LFW stylists look closely at how the garments fit and fall. Mohapatra is sometimes on his knees, inspecting hemlines, or peering over a girl's shoulder, altering a sleeve with his shears.
With IMG Worldwide Chairman and CEO Ted Forstmann on his deathbed, board member Michael Ovitz has made a failed play to take
Welcome to this week's conversation with Jordy Leiser, CEO of STELLAService, one of the most intriguing and sought-after venture-backed startups in NYC.
Fashion is a reflection of our times. It's a consumer-driven art -- when individuals can feel comfortable and not be worried about a purchase, they can take fashionable risks.
Fern Mallis, the senior vice president of IMG Fashion, is stepping down to form her own consulting and advisory firm, Fern
If you are actually foolish enough to listen to Tiger Woods and his enablers at IMG, then know one thing: They think you are an idiot and beneath their contempt.
Nothing can stop fashion. Including Snowpocalypse 2010. Fashion Week went on, with only the feeble left by the wayside. Many editors and buyers flew in before, anticipating the inundation of snow.
I predict that to mark his grand return, Tiger Woods will appear on 60 Minutes, Oprah and ESPN, and then disappear again.
Woods orchestrated a decade of deception. Nixon wasn't this good.
Like a big chess game, Tiger's advisors are desperately trying to figure out their next several moves. This is no longer a PR mess, it's a grim train wreck of epic proportions. What's happening behind the scenes?