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Donald Trump May Have Had His 'Oops' Moment Over Mexico

Trump 's harsh characterization of Mexicans and Mexican-Americans when announcing his candidacy for president could snuff out his fledgling political career even before it gets started.

Mobile Viewing Takes Off, but Marketers Are Slow to Get on Board

Mobile viewing is fast becoming the favored way to watch entertainment, but marketers remain reluctant to move more of the digital dollars to mobile and away from desktops and PCs.

Netflix Gives the People What They Want: A Stock Split

Netflix announces seven-for-one stock split to make the shares more accessible for retail investors.

Martha Stewart's Star Falls Hard as Takeover Price Underwhelms Shareholders

Martha Stewart was once a celebrity goddess, but that was before a series of missteps, and legal troubles, sent her star falling.

Rupert Murdoch to Hand CEO Job to Son James, Remain Chairman

Rupert Murdoch, the Australian-born media mogul, will hand the CEO position to his son James and remain as chairman, CNBC reported.

What Dish and T-Mobile See in Each Other to Flirt With Hooking Up

If Dish CEO Charlie Ergen can agree to merger with T-Mobile, the satellite-TV operator will finally have a mobile platform for his enormous network spectrum.

John Malone's Vision for New Charter Becoming Much Clearer

John Malone, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, hints at a possible rollup of his U.S. media holdings including Lions Gate, Starz and Discovery.

CBS to Put Showtime Online, Initially With Apple, to Entice Millennials

CBS is putting its premium channel Showtime online, initially through Apple, as the network seeks to attract younger viewers.

Pandora Shouldn't Be So Worried About Apple's Streaming Service

Apple appears ready to enter the music streaming business but Pandora has name recognition and millions of listeners who prefer a free, advertising-supported service.

Charter-TWC Merger May Force TV Networks to Combine as Well

If Charter Communications acquires Time Warner Cable, mid-tier TV networks will have fewer options for distribution, giving them less leverage when negotiating fees to carry their channels.

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