The 110,000 tonne Virgin Voyages cruise ship Scarlet Lady even looms large over the Royal Navy's largest aircraft carrier.
Virgin Atlantic has reportedly asked for a government bailout to help it through the coronavirus crisis.
'Flog your private island and pay your staff, we are in unprecedented times here.'
Richard Branson blogged about the first appearance of Virgin Orbit's rocket, LauncherOne, as images of it 'mated' with converted Boeing 747 'Cosmic Girl' were released.
Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson has dismissed former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's alternative vision for Brexit, which he set out in the Telegraph.
Jenson Button has revealed how a 'very drunk' Richard Branson once left his ex-girlfriend feeling 'uncomfortable' after he 'touched' her inappropriately.
How does a former president spend his first month out of office? For President Obama, part of it was a Caribbean holiday with British businessman Richard Branson, where the former president tried his hand at kitesurfing.
This is the XB-1 Supersonic, a new kind of plane that hopes to have passengers travelling at supersonic speeds by the 2020s – and it’s got the backing of Richard Branson.
Virgin billionaire Richard Branson has revealed that he had a brush with death after suffering a horror bike crash whilst training for the Virgin Strive Challenge with his children, Holly and Sam. Speaking about the ordeal, Richard shared: “I really thought I was going to die. The latest accident comes just months after Richard had a run in with a deadly stingray, with the tycoon being known for his love of daring stunts.
Sir Richard Branson said he thought he was ‘going to die’ when he was involved in a horror bike crash. The 66-year-old was left with a cracked cheek, torn ligaments and big cuts to his face after falling from his bike in the British Virgin Islands.
It is never a good time to be caught napping by your boss, especially when that boss is the head of the entire huge global company. Unfortunately for one sleeping Virgin Australia worker who decided to grab 40 winks, it was indeed Richard Branson who found him kipping on a company sofa. Fortunately, Branson seemed to see the funny side and rather than shout at the poor man, he instead decided to grab a photo with him.
Sir Richard Branson is planning to bring back supersonic transatlantic travel with ‘affordable’ flights on Concorde-like planes. The new jets will offer 3.5-hour passenger flights between London and New York. The Virgin boss is teaming up with pilot and former Amazon executive Blake Scholl who is building a prototype jet called Boom, presumably named after the sonic boom created by supersonic travel.