Articles Written by Joseph Gibson

Articles Written by Joseph Gibson

Joseph Gibson is a freelance writer currently based in Austin, TX. His main interests are movies, music, books, and other things you can watch, read, or listen to. Follow Joseph on Google+.


Diamond Earrings Sell For More Than $50M, Become Most Expensive Ever Sold At Auction

Diamond Earrings Sell For More Than $50M, Become Most Expensive Ever Sold At Auction

22 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

Even though the sale broke a record for earrings sold at auction, both The Artemis Pink and The Artemis Blue fell neatly within the price estimates released by Sotheby's beforehand.

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Oyster Paul Newman Watch In Gold Sells For Millions–Becomes Most Expensive Rolex Daytona Ever Publicly Sold

Oyster Paul Newman Watch In Gold Sells For Millions–Becomes Most Expensive Rolex Daytona Ever Publicly Sold

21 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

The record-holding yellow gold Oyster Paul Newman Daytona, named for the actor, movie star, race car driver, and Rolex fan Paul Newman, is one of only three such watches known to exist.

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Justin Bieber Is The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain 'Billboard' Hot 100 Milestone

Justin Bieber Is The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain 'Billboard' Hot 100 Milestone

19 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

Justin Bieber, incredibly, is only the third act overall to achieve this feat, joining Britney Spears and Mariah Carey in this extremely exclusive club, according to Billboard itself.

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US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Has A Decent List Of Hollywood Executive Producer Credits

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Has A Decent List Of Hollywood Executive Producer Credits

18 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

Through this company, Mnuchin racked up a surprising number of executive producer credits on some very well-known films going back to 2013.

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How One Brilliant Businessman Made Millions Selling People Dirt

How One Brilliant Businessman Made Millions Selling People Dirt

17 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

A businessman named Alan Jenkins had an unusual path to financial success: selling small pouches of Official Irish Dirt for $11.40 a pop.

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Mary J. Blige Not Happy With Ex's Spousal Support Request In Divorce, Says He Spent $420K On New Girlfriend

Mary J. Blige Not Happy With Ex's Spousal Support Request In Divorce, Says He Spent $420K On New Girlfriend

16 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

Blige says that when the two were together, and Isaacs was nominally employed as her business manager, he took over $420,000 from her chalked up to "travel expenses" that were actually spent on his girlfriend.

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Jeff Bezos Sells Almost A Billion Dollars In Amazon Stock To Fund Space Exploration

Jeff Bezos Sells Almost A Billion Dollars In Amazon Stock To Fund Space Exploration

15 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

Even ultra-wealthy billionaires have to move money around from time to time in order to make ends meet. That's especially true when one of those ends is unprecedented privately funded space exploration.

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Jordan Peele Signs Two-Picture Deal With Universal

Jordan Peele Signs Two-Picture Deal With Universal

13 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

If all goes according to plan, Peele's next film as director, writer, and producer will be another "social thriller" in the vein of Get Out, but with a much bigger budget of around $25 million compared to Get Out's $5 million.

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Alanis Morissette's Ex-Manager Jonathan Todd Schwartz Gets Six Years For Stealing Millions

Alanis Morissette's Ex-Manager Jonathan Todd Schwartz Gets Six Years For Stealing Millions

13 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

The inside of a Los Angeles courtroom was recently filled with the weeping of one Jonathan Todd Schwartz, a former business manager to Alanis Morissette who'd plead guilty to multiple counts of wire fraud and various tax crimes.

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Tucker Carlson Signs Eight-Figure, Two-Book Deal With Publisher

Tucker Carlson Signs Eight-Figure, Two-Book Deal With Publisher

13 May 2017 @ 4AM PDT

The specific figure Carlson has gotten isn't known, but the literary agency representing him, Javelin, says that it's in the "eight figures" for two books of an as-yet-unspecified nature.

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