No Country For Bad Content

At the Milken Global Conference, A-list execs like CBS’ Les Moonves dished on Netflix, China — and why star quality is more important than ever.

Corporations Chastised For ‘Reckless’ Behavior

Companies are eating themselves alive to satisfy shareholders, said Stanley Druckenmiller, a hedge fund titan and former lieutenant of George Soros.

Scottish Nationalists Eye Election Win

On Thursday, London will vote for a new mayor and the Scots for their Parliament, while Wales and Northern Ireland will elect members to their local assemblies.
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Either Way, Tesla Beats Estimates

For the first quarter, the maker of electric cars lost $282 million, according to SEC standards, or $75 million, according to CEO Elon Musk.

Hulu’s Plan To Conquer The Post-Cable World

With a live TV service in the works and HBO-like originals such as “The Path” and “The Mindy Project,” Hulu is challenging Amazon and Netflix.
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North Carolina Gets Warning About Restroom Law

The Justice Department has informed the state that its law violates the U.S. Civil Rights Act, the Charlotte Observer reported Wednesday.

Syria Truce To Cover Aleppo

The agreement comes amid fears that a ceasefire deal negotiated by the U.S. and Russia was starting to fall apart.

Has ‘Stop Trump’ Been Stopped?

With Ted Cruz ending his race for the Republican nomination, Donald Trump becomes — as he has already called himself — the presumptive nominee.


A Grateful Kasich Exits

The Ohio Republican suspended his presidential bid Wednesday, thanking supporters and calling on Americans to "reach out and help someone else."

Sadr Storms Back Into Iraqi Politics

The enigmatic Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has emerged as the face of the anti-corruption movement in Iraq just in time for the 2018 election.
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More Proof Promised In Bitcoin Mystery

Australian businessman Craig Wright says he'll offer more evidence that he created the cybercurrency, after critics questioned his initial claim.

A Long Way From Home

For Syrian refugees, Brazil offers a safe and legal haven, but the troubled economy has many questioning their long-term future in Latin America.