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The chairman and CEO will stay at Disney through July 2019, giving the company's board a second chance to find a successor.
Is Spotify due for a remix? The streaming music giant is under pressure to cut licensing deals with the music labels, hold an initial public offering and become profitable.
It has been a wild ride thus far, and we've only completed one round of action.
A 451 Research survey shows that 33% chose their streaming service for its original content.
CBS has renewed 'The Big Bang Theory' for seasons 11 and 12.
The top 64 companies taking a trip to TheStreet's 2017 Market Bracket Challenge tournament.
Calculations by Challenger, Gray & Christmas indicate that lost wages from unproductive workers filling out brackets will cost employers at least $615 million.
It's been a week since Snap made its IPO. But investors are finally starting to get bored with this faddish stock. Here's why.
Deal Includes Retransmission Consent for CBS-Owned Stations, Including CBS-Owned The CW Affiliates, as well as SHOWTIME, CBS Sports Network and Smithsonian Channel on Verizon Fios TV
Viacom is having a hard time getting placement on the new digital pay-TV platforms, highlighting the difficulties faced by network groups that have lost their luster.
If the studio takes control of the premium cable TV network, it would benefit the mini-major studio and co-owners Viacom and Lions Gate.
Big market gains were the result of great companies, CEOs and the people behind them -- not just the Fed, says Jim Cramer.
Activists are targeting boardrooms with older, over-tenured directors and your company could be next: BoardEx reveals that there are 2,631 directors over the age of 75 at U.S.-listed companies.
Here's how the year's biggest IPO could become its biggest flop.
A report this week suggests the tech giant is looking to make a major play in Hollywood, but such a move wouldn't fit its past statements and behavior.
Stocks move lower as investors play it safe ahead of an afternoon speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Now that the company is public, publishers will be able to get a better sense of whether they should be posting their editorial content on its Discover social media platform.
The new YouTube TV service will offer 40 channels for $35 per month.
After months of deflecting rumor and speculation, Google on Tuesday unveiled a multichannel online TV platform to attract consumers who have soured on the traditional cable TV bundle.
Amazon made history this year as the first internet company to score an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, but it could soon be overtaken by Apple.
The technology giant, which is sitting on nearly $250 billion in cash, plans to leverage its Apple Music subscriber base.