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Advertisers are angry over their ads appearing ahead of questionable content like terrorist videos.
Snap has cut production deals with just about every media company in the country. Its latest deal with MGM underscores its eagerness to spend money to attract mobile advertising.
Armstrong is reportedly among several executives being considered to help CEO Travis Kalanick manage the company.
The competitive telecom space is home to some great income opportunities.
Here's what retail could look like in 2030.
The companies are benefiting from several post-election trends, including expected deregulation and an increase in M&A activity.
It's amazing anyone still subscribes to cable TV given the plethora of lower-priced choices and the ability to curate a video selection that fits personal tastes.
Regulatory documents reveal Verizon Chairman and CEO McAdam initially pushed for a $925 million discount before agreeing to a $350 million price cut. Plus, who's replacing Marissa Mayer.
Twitter should embrace the novel idea of becoming a non-profit, for whether or not it knows it--it already is a non-profit.
Former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar is under consideration to become the next CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The common stock likely won't see a dividend, but this stock should.
Consumers watch video differently on smartphones than on PCs and TVs. Tech giants are responding with content and ads meant specifically for mobile devices.
The Department of Justice and FBI allege that officers with the FSB, the KGB's successor organization, helped plan and carry out the theft of 500 million Yahoo! user accounts.
Sinclair is eager to buy other station groups, and Tribune Media may be a seller. But any deal involving the country's largest TV station owners will require FCC rule changes.
Stocks extend gains Wednesday after the Federal Reserve opts to raise rates at its March meeting.
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
U.S. officials are set to charge four people overseas in connection to the Yahoo! hacks, according to a Bloomberg report.
Stocks move higher in anticipation of an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve Wednesday afternoon.
Stock futures move higher in anticipation of an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve Wednesday afternoon.
The stock has been an outperformer, but a head-and-shoulders top has formed, suggesting a pullback.
U.S. stock futures are rising Wednesday, the day the Federal Reserve is widely expected to raise interest rates for the third time in 15 months.
Sprint's woes are far from over. Here's why you shouldn't believe the analysts who are now bullish on the stock.
The television and digital media company continues to expand its reach on platforms frequented by the young, announcing a deal to create content for the very popular social app.