Posted on: October 8, 2013

Toronto Life: Kevin O’Leary wants to be an artist—and he’s not half bad

Kevin O’Leary 40 years of Photography showcases a selection of images that the Dragon, an avid amateur shutterbug since the early ‘70s, shot during four decades of travels. The framed prints range from college-era self-portraits to aerial landscapes, cost $6,000 a pop and are available for public viewing at First Canadian Place. Some of them are also damn good. See for yourself.

Posted on: October 7, 2013

Kevin O’Leary Photography: Exhibit Marks 40 Years Of Art

‘Dragons’ Den’ star Kevin O’Leary, also known for his back-and-forth with Amanda Lang on ‘The Lang and O’Leary Exchange’, is currently showcasing some of his best photography in Toronto. The Kevin O’Leary 40 Years of Photography Exhibit has been underway since September 24 and will end on November 15 in the city, before it turns into a full-blown national tour.

Posted on: September 11, 2013

Kevin O’Leary Announces Photography Exhibit Benefitting Teenage Entrepreneurs

Kevin O’Leary and Brookfield Canada Office Properties today announced the debut of a fine art photography exhibit, featuring original prints from images taken by O’Leary himself. O’Leary will donate all profits from the sale of his photographs to aspiring teenage entrepreneurs in an online “Future Dragon” contest launching later this year.

Posted on: August 29, 2013

Publishers Weekly Supports The Cold Hard Truth on Men, Women, and Money

The beauty of O’Leary’s approach is that it’s straightforward and addresses the reader’s changing financial needs at different life stages, from wedding planning and marriage, to buying a new home and having kids, to midlife and retirement. He lists numerous common money mistakes that people make and how to fix them.

Posted on: August 28, 2013

The Real Kevin O’Leary

He’s known as a savvy businessman, a millionaire venture capitalist and an in-your-face, conservative media commentator, but these are but a few of the many sides of this Canadian Dragon Kevin O’Leary

Posted on: May 2, 2013

Financial Literacy: It’s Never Too Early To Start Planning

Financial Expert, Entrepreneur, Author of The Cold Hard Truth on Men, Women and Money, and  colourful television personality, Kevin O’Leary gives insight on how to gain control over your financial situation.

Posted on: April 20, 2013

Kevin O’Leary of ‘Shark Tank’ is always smelling blood

Mr. Wonderful’ — sneers, insults and all — is the undeniable star of ABC’s hit reality show. ‘Nothing-burgers’ beware. They call him Mr. Wonderful. But Kevin O’Leary was recently engaged in one of his less-than-wonderful rants, the kind familiar to anyone who loves to hate him on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”

Posted on: January 22, 2013

Kevin O’Leary’s Letter to National Post: Capitalism’s New Saviors

“A generation ago, it was a safe bet to get an education, take a job in a large company, buy a house, start a family, and then retire with a pension. It was a straight route to a good life. Those days are over. The recent global financial crisis has been a wake-up call to a new generation of Americans and Canadians, who now see the risks of starting a new company as about the same as working for a large existing one.”

Posted on: January 21, 2013

The Other Kevin O’Leary

“Much in O’Leary’s life conspired to lead him to his true passion in life: photography. His early years taught him his watchful eye. As a child he witnessed his beloved mother stagger under the emotional and financial problems of a broken marriage. Life improved, but grew complicated when his mother married an economist with the UN’s International Labour Organization.”

Posted on: January 14, 2013

Kevin O’Leary Tells the Truth about Marriage in his New Book Cold Hard Truth on Men Women and Money

“The No. 1 reason marriages break up isn’t infidelity — it’s money,” says O’Leary, among the country’s most well-known faces of finance from his bully pulpit on CBC’s Dragons’ Den, The Lang and O’Leary Exchange and ABC’s Shark Tank. “Marriage isn’t just an emotional decision, it’s a financial one and if you can successfully sign a prenuptial agreement, that marriage stands a much better chance of success.”