Banner ads are on their way out, but don't expect advertisers to catch-on anytime soon, says Hearst's Lincoln Millstein.
Disney's deal with Dish and its Oscar for 'Frozen' shows that the world's largest entertainment company remains focused on its overriding goal of selling product.
Brian Roberts took over the company from his father, and now Comcast has taken over pay-TV.
Republican leaders in Tennessee have been joined by national groups to attempt to sway a worker vote Wednesday on union representation at Volkswagen's plant in Chattanooga, Tenn.
LinkedIn tumbles in aftermarket trading as 2014 forecast falls short of analyst estimates.
Immigration reform may be at an intractable standstill but former Washington Post Publisher Donald Graham wants to make it possible for the children of the undocumented to go to college.
South by Southwest announces its 2014 Film Festival lineup led by Nicholas Stoller's 'Neighbors,' starring Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, along with Michael and Peter Spierig's 'Predestination.'
Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman may not seem like the kind of guy to run Nickelodeon or MTV, but after a stellar 2013, he has the media company at the top of the charts.
Robert Thomson, the editor turned CEO of News Corp., must now decide whether to even compete with Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters for a share of the lucrative financial information and data market.
Four investigators of Human Rights Watch eschew their reservations about being the subjects of a film to help create 'E-Team,' a riveting look into the lives of the people who track the atrocities.