Weekend Box Office Roundup: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Kick 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Out Of Top Spot
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" performed unexpectedly well at the box office this weekend, despite poor reviews. But "Guardians of the Galaxy" stayed strong domestically and overseas.
Amazon is reportedly opening its wallet to make political alliances in Washington, D.C., as it aims to roll out a drone delivery service.
In a letter to the editor, PETA objected to a story IBTimes published last week about the subsidies offered to Detroit residents facing a water shutoff who agreed to go vegan.
A Chinese production company announced a domestic "rival" to "Avatar," which it hopes will boost the box office success of homegrown films.
The latest prisoner execution gone horribly wrong brings more scrutiny to suppliers of lethal-injection drugs.
Malaysia Airlines hired Ketchum public relations, the Kremlin's longtime PR flak, after flight MH370 disappeared. It is unclear if Ketchum still works with Malaysia Airlines.
State-run television stations offer an interpretation of the MH17 disaster absolving Putin of responsibility; Russians seem to be buying it.
Russia Today host Sara Firth quit after the Kremlin-funded news channel suggested Ukraine was responsible for the MH17 crash.
In the same week that Lionsgate and Alibaba announced a Chinese streaming service, censors have put Internet TV providers on notice.
Few knew Nadine Gordimer's work better than Robert Boyers, the editor of a small literary magazine to which she would submit work ahead of the New Yorker and Harpers.
The 2014 Emmy nominations seem to have more snubs this year than ever. But that may be because you've forgotten some big ones from the past.
Jill Abramson has spoken out about her firing at the New York Times, and some of the biggest stories the paper did and didn't cover under her tenure.
In what critics are seeing as a strategic PR move, Amazon tried to give Hachette authors an offer they couldn't refuse.
Thanks to political pandering, 'Transformers: Age Of Extinction' is set to replace 'Avatar' as the biggest movie in Chinese box office history.
SiriusXM fired "The Opie and Anthony" show co-host Anthony Cumia after his violent, racist Twitter rant went viral.
A St. Louis-based antenna company is hoping to fill in the gap for Aereo subscribers who saw their service suspended after SCOTUS ruled it illegal.
Some tech investors say the sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Tinder could encourage more gender parity in the industry.
A 19-year-old game hunter was hoping for fame, but she got more than she bargained for after posting pictures of her trophy animals.
The franchise's fourth installment shattered Chinese box-office records, but Chinese film industry regulators are worried.
Undead: Kristen Stewart is reportedly out of the "Snow White and the Huntsman" sequel, while Robert Pattinson's latest movie is yet another dud.