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The life and career of Bethenny Frankel, a reality TV star and businesswoman who sold her company for $100 million
Bethenny Frankel isn't just a reality TV star; she's also a wildly successful businesswoman. While her exact net worth is unknown, in 2011 she sold Skinnygirl Cocktails for $100 million, and her salary from Bravo TV is estimated to be over $1 million.
Skinnygirl CEO Bethenny Frankel, who built a brand worth $100 million, has some tough advice for college grads who feel underemployed
Skinnygirl CEO and "Real Housewife" Bethenny Frankel hustled her whole life to get to where she is, and she isn't stopping yet. To have a career like hers, Frankel said, you have to take every opportunity handed to you, because you never know where it will lead.
Skinnygirl CEO Bethenny Frankel, who built a brand worth $100 million, knew she made it when she was on the cover of Forbes — but she still didn...
Three years before Bethenny Frankel sold Skinnygirl Cocktails for $100 million, she only had $8,000 to her name. Frankel realized she was financially success when she appeared on the cover of Forbes for selling the alcohol brand while retaining name rights.
Bethenny Frankel is the CEO of Skinnygirl, a brand empire she built through her role on the reality show "The Real Housewives of New York City." Frankel said she did not want to be on "Real Housewives" at first, but she ended up profiting off of it.
Skinnygirl CEO Bethenny Frankel explains how she used ‘Real Housewives’ to build a brand worth $100 million
Bethenny Frankel is a TV star who's appeared on "The Apprentice," "Shark Tank," and, most famously, "The Real Housewives of New York City." Along the way she's built the Skinnygirl brand empire, including a cocktail company she sold for a reported $100 million in 2011.
"I usually like to work with people who are on it and go an extra mile."
Skinnygirl founder Bethenny Frankel reveals her favorite negotiation tactic — and her biggest pet peeves
"You shouldn't feel like you got away with murder."
It's important not to get caught up in the love and hate that comes with fame.
While once side businesses were a perk for low-paid reality stars, networks now want in on the profits.