03:35 PM EDT 07/02/2015
Originally posted 05/20/2005 07:00AM
It pays to have "book smarts": Donald Trump selected real-estate broker Kendra Todd, a graduate of the University of Florida, to join his team as the first female he's hired on The Apprentice, which aired its live third-season finale Thursday night.
Originally posted 05/19/2005 08:00AM
The day before Donald Trump is slated to pick his first female winner on The Apprentice – either Kendra or Tana – during a live broadcast from New York University, the Manhattan-based real-estate developer blasted existing plans to replace the World Trade Center and offered his own proposal.
Originally posted 05/19/2005 06:00AM
It's the final battle between Book Smarts and Street Smarts as Kendra Todd and Tana Goertz plead their case in the live finale of NBC's The Apprentice tonight. Will Donald Trump pick Todd, a 27-year-old real-estate broker from Boynton Beach, Fla., or Goertz, a 37-year-old sales executive and mom from Des Moines? Here's how PEOPLE's reality-show expert breaks down their boardroom chances.
Originally posted 05/13/2005 08:00AM
The Apprentice finalists Tana and Kendra remained hanging on a cliff on Thursday night's penultimate episode of the NBC reality show – awaiting Donald Trump's decision during the one-hour season finale next Thursday.
Originally posted 05/06/2005 08:00AM
The third season of Donald Trump's The Apprentice is living up to its name. Billed as a battle between "book smarts" and "street smarts," the competition was narrowed down to one player from each camp Thursday night, and for the first time they were both women.
Originally posted 04/29/2005 08:00AM
It's not nice to lie to Donald Trump. On Thursday night's episode of The Apprentice, the mogul asked Alex from the Net Worth team how many times he had lost as project manager.
Originally posted 04/22/2005 08:30AM
As Thursday night's edition of The Apprentice kicked in, there were five left: the Net Worth team's Alex and Bren, and Magna's Kendra, Tana and Craig.
Originally posted 04/20/2005 08:00AM
REVEALED: The Norwegian Dawn, a New York-bound cruise ship damaged by a 70-ft. freak wave as it returned from the Bahamas on Saturday, reportedly was on its course through gale-force winds so the ship could meet its deadline to appear on The Apprentice. Passengers were only informed in a letter that their arrival time was being changed "because of a special event happening onboard the ship that day," reports the New Jersey newspaper The Record. No mention was made of a TV appearance. Donald Trump confirmed to the New York Post, however, that the ship was due for his show on Sunday. "We would love to have had them, but obviously they weren't able to make it," he said.
Originally posted 04/19/2005 08:00AM
Last week's fired Apprentice candidate, Chris Shelton, is finally speaking out about his April 10 arrest at a Tampa casino on charges of disorderly conduct.
Originally posted 04/15/2005 08:00AM
Bad news plagued cursing, tobacco-chewing The Apprentice contestant Chris Shelton all week, from his arrest on alleged disorderly conduct charges at a Tampa casino last weekend to Thursday night's firing by Donald Trump on the NBC reality show.
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