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Super Bowl Revenue: How Much Does the Big Game Generate?
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest spending and earning events of the year. Here's what that means.
S&P Global, IHS Markit Sell Units to Meet Regulatory Rules for Merger
S&P Global and IHS Markit plan to divest certain businesses to help gain regulators' approval of their plan to merge.
Tech Stocks Roundup: Apple Is Named The Favorite FAANG Stock
Check out the latest news and performance numbers from the top technology and FAANG/MAMAA stocks like Meta, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and more.
Murdoch Again Hits Facebook, Google Over Business Practices
'What we have seen in the past few weeks about the practices at Facebook and Google reinforces the need for reform,' News Corp. Chairman Murdoch says.
WarnerMedia Names BBC's Sarnoff First Woman CEO at Warner Bros.
An executive with extensive experience in media and sports becomes the first female CEO at Warner Bros.
Blackstone Group Doubles Women on Board to Two
As a growing body of research shows that gender diversity on a company's board of directors usually improves long-term shareholder returns, Stephen Schwarzman's Blackstone Group has added former U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire as a director. The appointment would double the number of female directors to two out of 11 total board members, or 18%.
Facebook Should Pay Legitimate Media Money to Fight 'Fake News,' Murdoch Says
Rupert Murdoch says the remedies the companies are using to fight fake news are inadequate.
Activists Want One-Share, One Vote And They Think Snap Will Get Them There
In the wake of Snap's IPO, Facebook, News Corp., UPS and others are being targeted by shareholders over voting systems that give insiders control.
Apple, Google Get Serious About Self-Driving Cars -- Tech Roundup
Apple and Google both take steps to solidify their self-driving car ambitions.
Biogen Stock Clings to Key Level After Explosive Rally
Biogen stock is up almost 40% on Wednesday but is barely holding above a key level. Let's look at the chart.
Americans Heavily Favor Hiring Ex-Cons for Open Jobs
Fully 89% of Americans say ex-offenders should be given a second chance, a survey says.
LeBron James Buying a Piece of a Major League Team
Participation in this sport grew the fastest of any in the U.S. from 2019-21, reaching the 4.8 million-player mark.
DocuSign Stock Jumps On Job Cut Plan Ahead Of New CEO Allan Thygesen
DocuSign said the job cuts will "improve operating margin and support the company’s growth, scale and profitability objectives".