Bieber: Venture Capitalist

Bieber: Venture Capitalist

August 13th, 2014  |  Published in Blog, Hollywood


Forbes magazine, 06.04.12 (cover story)
Justin Bieber, Venture Capitalist
The young pop star is a Hollywood force, earning $108 million over the past two years. With tech investments including Spotify, he’s started to make similar conquests in Silicon Valley.


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