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With Disney bringing Beauty and the Beast back, it’s already looking like a huge hit for the media giant. CNBC’s Julia Boorstin reports the latest numbers.
The Los Angeles Times chose "Hamilton" to defend funding for the NEA. That's a flimsy argument, says Jake Novak.
Hasbro says token pieces will removed from the game's new fall edition.
Heading into its opening weekend, Disney's live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast" has already broken records.
Macau could face more competition as other Asian markets, such as the Philippines, raise the stakes in the gaming sector.
Spotify decided not to participate in a press campaign about an upcoming update to the Uber app, The Verge has learned.
The musical features a number of absurd things about the notorious provocateur Shkreli, many of which happen to be true.
Warner Bros. is in the early stages of developing a rebooted version of the 1999 cyberpunk classic.
The musician is in a high-profile lawsuit against her former producer, which has made her a target for trolls, she told an audience at SXSW
Google's research shows millennial parents, which make up 40 percent of the generation, are different.
Omnicom Media’s CEO for investment, Barry Cupples, sits down with CNBC at Cable Congress 2017 to discuss the challenges facing the cable industry.
The long-standing comedy show blasted President Donald Trump's elder daughter with a faux perfume ad starring actress Scarlett Johansson.
Soccer has never been close to being the most popular sport in the U.S., but former World Cup winner Patrick Vieira thinks that will change.
Reporters and internet jokesters poked fun at White House press secretary Sean Spicer's upside-down American flag pin at the daily briefing.
Viacom is searching for a new chief for Paramount with CEO Bob Bakish implying a decision "should come together in the very near future."
The actor has hosted the show formerly started by Donald Trump for one season, The New York Times reports.
The Vice President used a private account to discuss homeland security matters while he was governor of Indiana, NBC News reports.
Spotify said on Thursday it has reached 50 million paid subscribers, growing 25 percent in less than six months.
China is on a U.S. buying spree, but Beijing is blocking Hollywood deals as it tries to stop money from escaping the country.
The PwCaccountants responsible for the mixup at the Oscars are under their employer's protection and will never work the Oscars again. NBC News reports.
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