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Bill & Giuliana Rancic
As an entrepreneur, Bill Rancic started several small businesses early in his career. He later went on to develop real estate, and opened and managed three restaurants in Chicago and Washington, D.C. Bill got his first big break in 2004 when he won the first season of NBC’s “The Apprentice.” Afterward, Bill was hired by The Trump Organization and took charge of the construction of the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago. Bill went on to become a successful entrepreneur when he founded Cigars Around the World, a monthly online subscription-based retailer that became a multi-million dollar enterprise.
Bill has also authored several books, including the New York Times best-selling book “You’re Hired: How to Succeed in Business and Life.” Bill has also co-authored “I Do…Now What?” with his wife, Giuliana. The two met during an interview in 2004.
Giuliana Rancic is an entertainment journalist, fashion designer, and television personality. In 2002, she joined E! News as a correspondent. In 2005, she became a solo anchor and managing editor for the show, taking it from the lowest-rated show on the network to number one. In 2006, she was joined by co-anchor Ryan Seacrest and hosted E! News for several more years before branching out into other ventures.
E!’s sister network, Style Network, hosted a reality series featuring the couple called “Giuliana & Bill.” It aired from 2009 to 2014, following the couple as Bill ran businesses in Chicago and Washington, and Giuliana worked in Los Angeles. Giuliana was also the executive producer of this highly-rated cable show. The couple’s story also follows Giuliana’s battle with breast cancer and their struggle with infertility. They are now parents to a 6-year-old son.
The Rancics recently released Pear, their new app and website for parents. They split their time between Los Angeles and Chicago.