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In 2014, the show completed its seventh season and will likely return to air next year.
In addition to his show, Bill Rancic became a co-host of a daily television magazine program “America Now”, which primarily focuses on various lifestyle topics, including health, diet and many more.
One of his quotes as a Trump Organization Judge for "The Apprentice" candidates is: "That's the easy way out." Bill uses this quote to warn any candidate who makes a dumb business move that such moves could be fatal, as in the instance of Jennifer Crisafulli's poor decision making from "The Apprentice 2".
When not hosting his new television show, Rancic extensively travels the world speaking to corporations, universities and organizations about how to succeed in business and life.
As the winner of the show, Bill Rancic had an opportunity to work for Donald Trump on a one-year contract, yet after his contract expired, he decided to stay with the “Trump Organization” and even returned to the show several times as a judge.
Currently, Bill Rancic works as a real estate developer in Chicago, as well as a motivational speaker. According to sources, Bill Rancic’s net worth is estimated to be million.
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A famous entrepreneur, motivational speaker and real estate developer, Bill Rancic has an estimated net worth of million.
The show has been on air for four seasons, but it was announced that “America Now”’s fourth season will be its last.
More recently, in 2014, Bill Rancic began hosting a reality cooking show entitled “Kitchen Casino”, the premise of which is for contestants to cook dishes and try to impress guest celebrities, who are also judges.
Rancic attended Carl Sandburg High School and then went on to get his degree at Loyola University Chicago.
In 2004, he signed up as one of the 16 contestants who were about to take part in “The Apprentice” show.