Regardless of income, employee salaries for the first half of 2014 declined for most U.S. workers, according to a study by the Washington-based Economic Policy Institute.
Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes took a victory lap Wednesday while Fox Chairman Rupert Murdoch sought to convince investors that he's content with the size of his media company.
Time Warner shares are tumbling Wednesday after Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox withdrew its $80 billion cash-and-stock acquisition offer.
Rupert Murdoch rarely fails to get what he wants but in an apparent defeat, 21st Century Fox withdrew its $80 billion stock-and-cash offer for Time Warner.
TheStreet, owner of the business news Web site, grew revenue in the second-quarter on higher subscription sales and a jump in advertising.
Scripps' merger with Journal Communications isn't only about carving out low-growth newspapers; it's about remaking local TV-broadcasters for the digital era.
Comcast adds more broadband subscribers than forecast in its second quarter, possibly weakening its argument that it needs to acquire Time Warner Cable to defend its business.
Aereo's future was put in doubt as the Supreme Court ruled that the video-streaming service violates U.S. copyright law.
Vice Media has the content and the connections that Time Warner likely covets as its seeks to appeal to young people here and abroad.
Time Inc. will officially begin trading Monday as a separate company, an attempt to prove that a legacy print publisher can thrive in the Age of Twitter.