Aereo's bankruptcy brings to an end a company that filled the public's demand for choice and mobility. Another provider would be wise to acquire its technology.
Netflix continues to dominate Internet traffic, accounting for one-third of all downloads during peak evening hours.
CBS and Dish Network are locked in a dispute over fees as each attempts to guard against the bigger problem of a decline in television advertising.
Warren Buffett is buying Duracell for much the same reason he has always made acquisitions: for cash flow and earnings.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is buying Procter & Gamble's in a cash and stock deal with $6.4 billion,
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson calls President Obama's Internet proposal a 'mistake,' asserting that his company would slow its expansion plans if the FCC adopts the rules.
President Obama's call to regulate the Internet as a public utility reflects the heightened influence of Google, Amazon, Netflix and the rest of the country's largest Internet content providers.
President Obama jumps into the debate over so-called net neutrality.
Disney has shown it's preparing to ride 'Frozen' in products, theme parks and sequels that could last for decades.
Time Warner is more than offsetting a decline in TV advertising with big increases in fees from cable-TV and satellite operators.