From Standoff To Sing-off: Eurovision New Battleground For Ukraine
May 07 2014 2:48 PM
Performers from Russia and Ukraine are among those competing in the semifinals for the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen this year.
Children Tell McDonald’s They're Not 'Lovin' It'
May 06 2014 1:03 PM
In a video launched by advocacy group CAI, kids take McDonald’s to task for using big celebrities to sell Big Macs.
Spidey Spins His Web In Asia With Record-Breaking Opening
May 02 2014 5:17 PM
"Amazing Spider-Man 2” breaks opening-day record in Hong Kong.
‘Frozen’ Snowball Effect Boosts Disney Q2 Profits
May 02 2014 3:34 PM
The huge holiday hit “Frozen,” praised for re-imagining Disney’s stagnant Princess Culture, continued to drive profits at the Walt Disney Co.
Customers Plead With DirecTV Not To ‘Sell Out’ To AT&T
May 01 2014 2:31 PM
In light of merger rumors, some DirecTV customers are making it clear that they have no desire to become AT&T customers.
‘Bad For Hispanics’ Comment Underscores Anxiety About A Bigger Comcast
April 30 2014 6:22 PM
Univision's CEO said a Comcast-TWC merger would be “bad for Hispanics.” He’s not the only broadcaster concerned.
Cheering Sterling’s Ousting? Not So Fast, Say Race Scholars
April 29 2014 7:33 PM
Donald Sterling's comments got him banned from the NBA, but some say not everyone is celebrating the NBA ruling as a win for social justice.
Just Because Everyone Wants Donald Sterling Fired Doesn’t Mean He Will Be
April 28 2014 4:15 PM
As the NBA investigates a racist rant allegedly spoken by the L.A. Clippers owner, legal complications may hinder its ability to act accordingly.
Will The Public Buy Shares In A Firm With An Accused Girlfriend-Beater CEO?
April 25 2014 6:35 PM
Rising-star entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal escaped jail time. Now critics want him ousted before RadiumOne goes public.
Why Consumers Can't Count On An Open Internet In 2018
April 24 2014 3:45 PM
Comcast, Philadelphia's cable giant, has repeatedly affirmed its commitment to open-Internet principles, but that could change in 2018.
American Journalist Reportedly Taken Hostage In Ukraine
April 22 2014 2:35 PM
Journalists on social media rallied around Simon Ostrovsky, a Vice News journalist reportedly kidnapped while covering the Ukraine crisis.
How A Court Decision Could Radically Change The Way Americans Watch TV
April 22 2014 1:42 PM
The Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday in Aereo v. network television, a case that could transform the U.S. broadcast TV industry.
Nonprofit Executive Pay - Nice Work, If You Can Get It
April 21 2014 4:50 PM
Some U.S. nonprofits are rewarding top fundraisers with 7-figure salaries, but critics say execs shouldn’t become millionaires off goodwill.
Broadband Appetites Seen Fueling Comcast Q1 Profits
April 21 2014 7:19 AM
The top U.S. cable provider will likely report stronger Q1 earnings Tuesday, with broadband Internet demand driving revenue growth.
General Mills Dustup Shows Need For US Arbitration Reform
April 17 2014 6:07 PM
General Mills is asking customers to relinquish their right to sue, but that could be rendered illegal under a bill to curb forced arbitration.
Comcast Foe Al Franken Sends Friend Request To Netflix Chief
April 17 2014 3:32 PM
The Democratic senator from Minnesota sent an impassioned letter asking Netflix CEO Reed Hastings to weigh in on the proposed Comcast-TWC merger.
Fox News Aims To Woo More Female Viewers
April 16 2014 6:17 PM
With a new female-dominated panel show, Fox News is courting “The View” crowd -- just in time for Barbara Walters’ retirement.
Where Minimum Wage Could Reach $25 An Hour
April 16 2014 5:08 PM
A Switzerland national referendum would raise the minimum wage to $24.99 an hour, but local firms like Nestle say voters should reject it.
Journalists Revolt As Pulitzer Prize Snubs Feature Writers
April 14 2014 5:40 PM
The Pulitzer Prize Board says lack of a winner shouldn’t reflect negatively on the nominees.
Texas Strikes Back: New York Times Magazine Faces Lawsuit Over New Editor
April 11 2014 6:08 PM
Texas Monthly is suing the New York Times, but not incoming magazine editor Jake Silverstein, as the Times initially claimed.