Family Office Elite Magazine CEO Ty Murphy announced today that they have chosen Amber Kelleher-Andrews a San Francisco based relationship expert and A-list matchmaker to adorn the cover of the August 2015 issue.

Zafar Hai and Tabrez Noorani announced today that they have acquired the film rights to the book “Spy Princess: The Life of Noor Inayat Khan” by Shrabani Basu.

Following the worldwide success of the Academy Award-winning film, Slumdog Millionaire, actor Anil Kapoor (Millionaire host Prem) has finalized a deal with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution to make an all new, Indian version of the Emmy-winning Fox hit series '24.'

As line producer on everyone's film of the year, "Slumdog Millionaire," nominated for 10 Academy Awards, 11 BAFTA's and winner of four Golden Globes including Best Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay and Score, Los Angeles-based Tabrez Noorani took on one of the most memorable endings to any film in recent memory

On June 3, 2005 ABC 20/20 with John Stossel aired an investigative report called, "Cruelty to Owners?" which has garnered prestigious recognition for investigative journalism through the work of producer Melissa Cornick; including the 2006 RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award, The National Headliner's Award and the Mongerson $5000 Prize for Ethics in Reporting held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC , the 2006 Cine Golden Eagle and the Clarion Award. Animal owners across rural America are expressing thanks to Cornick for the ABC News report. The RTNDA awards ceremony will be held in NYC on October 16th, 2006.    

When British journalist Tom Sykes, author of “What Did I Do Last Night? A Drunkard’s Tale” (Rodale, Oct 2006), landed his dream job as the New York Post’s bar columnist, he successfully turned his long-standing drinking problem into a vocation. Doubling up as a nightlife reporter on the paper’s infamous gossip column, Page Six, Sykes launched into a dizzying whirl of glamorous parties in fashionable nightspots, sumptuous dinners in New York’s best restaurants and never-ending free drinks at celebrity-packed events. It seemed that Manhattan was his martini.