06:34 PM EDT 09/24/2015
Originally posted 09/17/2010 12:00PM
The Apprentice season 10 began Thursday with a battle of the sexes in the two-hour NBC premiere. Dropping the celebrity angle, the show took on 16 new hopefuls vying at a chance to work for Donald Trump after becoming unemployed due to the recession.
Dividing the contestants into teams of men and women, Trump assigned each a design project to build an ultra-modern workspace. They would be judged on execution, functionality and originality. Gene was elected to take charge for the men. His group was up against the women, led by Nicole, who volunteered to be project manager for her squad.
Both leaders took flack from their teammates. "Our lack of focus has to be Gene's fault," teammate James said during the project design. "We have eight people who are motivated and ready to work. He needs to take that energy and direct it."
Originally posted 07/16/2007 02:00PM
Does Donald Trump just want to tell Rosie O'Donnell, "You're fired"?
Originally posted 01/09/2007 08:15AM
Despite all the publicity it generated, the ongoing feud between Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell did not help the real-estate mogul in the ratings game when it came to Sunday's season premiere of his The Apprentice on NBC.
Originally posted 08/31/2006 01:00PM
Donald Trump has told his Apprentice sidekick Carolyn Kepcher: "You’re fired," a source close to Trump has confirmed to PEOPLE.
Originally posted 06/06/2006 09:15AM
Sean Yazbeck, a 33-year-old recruitment consultant from London who lives in Miami Beach, Fla., is Donald Trump's latest Apprentice. Trump made the announcement at the end of the NBC reality show's live finale Monday night.
Originally posted 03/21/2006 08:00AM
Donald Trump and wife Melania may have welcomed a son on Monday – Barron William Trump, 8 1/2 lbs. – but the new father will be back to work on his The Apprentice on Friday, when he oversees auditions for his NBC reality program's next season.
Originally posted 02/24/2006 02:00PM
It's a week chock-full of reality TV, as Martha Stewart's arch-nemesis Donald Trump returns Monday with a new season of The Apprentice. PEOPLE takes a look at the latest season, plus a slew of other shows rounding out February sweeps.
Originally posted 12/16/2005 07:00AM
Donald Trump has a new employee, his fourth hiree from The Apprentice: Randal Pinkett, 34, founder of a New Jersey consulting firm.
Originally posted 11/30/2005 08:45AM
Goodbye, Big Apple: Donald Trump's next season of The Apprentice will shift its New York-based boardroom to Hollywood.
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