NEW YORK -- This time "you're fired" is more than a Donald Trump catchphrase. Fox is turning the firing of real people from real jobs into prime-time entertainment starting this week. The network on Thursday will begin airing "Does Someone Have to Go?" a series where cameras go into small businesses and... Read More »
ABC News' Taylor Behrendt reports:
Isabella Barrett made it big on the TLC hit-show "Toddlers & Tiaras" and many viewed her as the newest star on the kiddie-pageant circuit.
But Isabella, now 6 (pictured), got attention for all the wrong reasons last year when video showed her offering scathing criticism... Read More »
World Wrestling Entertainment's star wrestlers are often said to be "faking" fights. But now WWE producer Andrew Green has filed a lawsuit against one of the biggest wrestlers, Big Show (whose real name is Paul Donald Wight Jr, ) for a chokehold that Green says was painfully real. Green claims that Big Show,... Read More »
Mike Rowe of 'Dirty Jobs' is unemployed, but he has plenty to say about what's wrong with how Americans view blue collar jobs. Read More »
By Rich Jones
We can learn a lot of lessons from the hit show "Shark Tank," both as entrepreneurs and as job seekers.
Haven't seen the show? Think: a panel interview with five no-nonsense CEOs, except that you're seeking investments for your company instead of a job. If you don't know your stuff, they'll... Read More »
The glory days may not have been so glorious, but it's at least fun to watch them on television. Or that's the idea behind the AMC series "Mad Men," now well into its fifth season. The nostalgia for the advertising world of the 1960s has been so potent that an online game called "Mad Men Yourself" even went... Read More »
When the fifth season of "Mad Men" begins Sunday, millions of fans will be watching faithfully, drawn to the portrait of the '60s advertising world. The TV series' creator, Matt Weiner, is so obsessive about portraying the era accurately that last week he reportedly pulled Dusty Springfield's 1967 song, "The... Read More »
Once again, a gaggle of celebrities and semi-celebrities from the 1980s will duke it out before Donald Trump and America in the hopes of winning a quarter million for the charity of their choice.
Most famous faces have some kind of business acumen. That's how their faces got famous to begin with.
But AOL... Read More »
By Robert Half International
The newest season of Bravo's hit TV show "Top Chef" is well underway. But fans of the show and aspiring cooks aren't the only ones who may want to tune in: Job seekers might want to watch as well. The "Top Chef" contestants can teach professionals a lot about the job hunt. Read More »
By Justin Thompson
Sunday night was the premiere of the fourth season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" and it was a doozy. All drama aside, the ladies are tackling big changes and some are expanding their careers into new, non-traditional ventures including funeral parlors and adult toys. Read More »
In the video for his No. 1 song "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off," Joe Nichols warns of the dangers of excessive Patrón consumption at a pool party, when surrounded by hundreds of buxom women. He didn't always make his livelihood singing, however. For a spell, he was moving and lifting boxes in a... Read More »
"For tips I caddied at the local course/At night i mixed boat drinks down on the wharf/flirtin with the college girls getting my barefoot wet out in the world/fell in love 100 times."
These are lyrics from the song "Summer Job Days," off of David Nail's album "I'm About to Come Alive." The Grammy-nominated... Read More »
By Nirmala George
A poor government clerk from a desolate region of eastern India has become the first person ever to win $1 million on an Indian game show.
Sushil Kumar's staggering win on the popular Indian version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" has transformed him into a role model for millions of... Read More »
"I don't know if the shoe makes the woman all the time, but it can," says Neal McCoy, country music superstar, with three platinum albums and five Top 10 hits to his name. He chuckles. "That sounds like a shoe salesman." Read More »
"Kelly, You're Fired."
I've now heard those dreaded three words twice in my life --the first time as an executive at a prestigious PR firm, the second, in front of millions of American TV viewers as I vied for my "second chance" as a contestant on The Apprentice. Read More »
When Trace Adkins, honky tonk legend and Celebrity Apprentice star, spent a day laboring on the offshore oil rig where he spent six years of his youth, he proved his point: "I'm not a singer who used to be a roughneck. I'm a roughneck who sings." Read More »
By Skip Freeman
Want some help on preparing for a job interview? Watch ABC's "Shark Tank." This "reality" TV show, which features a panel of five wealthy entrepreneurs ( the sharks) considering investment proposals from would-be entrepreneurs, can give you a glimpse at today's business environment. It makes... Read More »
By Rachel Farrell, Special to CareerBuilder
Believe it or not, reality TV stars can be more for us than a guilty pleasure. In fact, they can even teach us a thing or two, and not just about being a drama queen.
Now that more reality stars have begun to stretch their 15 minutes of fame into entertainment... Read More »
Another season of "The Bachelorette" is winding down after a dizzying display of alpha-male behavior and slurpy make-out sessions. Ashley'barely wipes the make-up off her eyes from one romantic dinner before she's getting whisked away on a motor scooter, her cheek resting on some guy's brawny back.
How has... Read More »
Do you feel like your job in the food industry killing you, or at least sabotaging your efforts to stay fit? If so, you're not alone. Those who work around food have an especially tough time slimming down and staying fit. After all, whether you're a delivery truck driver, a chef -- even a food blogger, you... Read More »