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Amazon Nabs 'Top Gear' Hosts For New Prime Show, Taking On Netflix

Amazon (AMZN) has struck a deal with the former hosts of British television show 'Top Gear' that will bring a new automotive series exclusively to Prime Instant Video subscribers.

All Super Bowl 2016 Commercials Will Be Live-Streamed, Says CBS

In a television first, CBS has confirmed its plans to live-stream every national commercial that plays during the Super Bowl next year.

CBS to Live-Stream Super Bowl Ads for First Time, and Charge More

CBS (CBS) confirmed its plans to live stream every national advertisement that plays during the Super Bowl next year for the first time.

Procter & Gamble Chooses Company Insider David Taylor as CEO

Taylor, a 35-year company veteran, replaces A.G. Lafley.

David Taylor Named New Procter & Gamble CEO, Lafley to be Executive Chairman

Procter & Gamble (PG) has named 35-year company veteran David Taylor its new chief executive officer, replacing A.G. Lafley, effective Nov. 1.

Regulators Say Last Year's Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crash Caused by Human Error

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board cites inadequate pilot training, among other things.

Cramer: Baidu Earnings a Bust, Facebook Likely to Get Hammered

Baidu's recent earnings report was one of its worst, and Facebook's stock is likely to get hammered when it reports, says Jim Cramer in response to viewer questions.

NTSB Says Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo Crash Tied to Human Error

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board unveiled its findings that last year's crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo was largely tied to a number of human factors.

Google Still Searching to Buy an Engineered-Food Company? It's Possible

Google reportedly made an offer to acquire start-up Impossible Foods for between $200 million to $300 million. The status of the deal is unclear.

Google Reportedly Sought to Buy Impossible Foods for Up to $300M

Internet search engine giant Google (GOOG) reportedly made an offer to acquire start-up Impossible Foods for between $200 million to $300 million.

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