United Airlines Creates Oprah Themed Plane To Celebrate Final Season

United Airlines creates a special Boeing 757 to honor Oprah Winfrey and the final season of her talk show. The plane is designed with Oprah’s logo on the nose, tail and body of the aircraft. The interior is decorated by Oprah herself, and passengers will be greeted with a special video from Winfrey, as well. Continue reading United Airlines Creates Oprah Themed Plane To Celebrate Final Season

Oprah, The Best Boss Ever?

Oprah is making headlines again after buying gifts for all of her employees over at O Magazine. The Queen of Talk Show TV wanted to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of O Magazine and decided to gift each staff member $10,000 and an iPad with a leather case. Apparently the gifts were given to the staff from Oprah to thank them for their hard work and dedication to the magazine.

Oprah Treats Her Staff To A Vacation

Oprah WinfreyIn celebration of Oprah’s 55th Birthday, the multi-billionaire is taking her whole Harpo staff and their families on a 10-day Mediterranean cruise. Winfey will be hosting a 3-day party in Barcelona, Spain to commemorate the special occasion. According to The Chicago Sun-Times, Oprah is covering expensive ranging from transportation, food, drinks and activities at port stops. Oprah and her staff are set to travel to Spain, Italy, Turkey, Greece and Malta. Chicago-based ‘Best Travel’ says, a cruise like the one Winfrey is taking her staff on costs about $5,400 a person. In 2005, Winfrey celebrated the end of her “Wildest Dreams” season by surprising her staff with an all-expenses-paid trip to Hawaii.

 

America’s Richest Meet

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Some of the world’s wealthiest people gather to meet in New York City to see how they can join together to do more. Oprah Winfrey, Michael Bloomberg, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Ted Turner were amongst some of the attendees, the group discuss around a long table in a window lined private room overlooking the East River on May 5th, on how they can do more to being committed to philanthropy. With this recession people are giving less to charity and America’s richest are going to help pitch in.

Source: ABC NEWS