The famous Smithsonian has launched its first crowdfunding campaign in the hope that fans will help preserve an iconic piece of space memorabilia.
CNBC speaks to award-winning comedian Urzila Carlson before her performance at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in Singapore.
For the first time in the history of Electronic Art's popular soccer franchise, a woman will appear on the cover of a FIFA video game.
In 2015's second quarter, the number of advertisers investing in video ads on YouTube rocketed by 40% compared to the year before, according to Google.
Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee's highly anticipated second novel, has broke records at one of the biggest publishing houses.
Miramax is exploring strategic alternatives including a potential sale, according to people familiar with the matter.
Warner Bros. stirred up buzz with new DC superhero movies this week, but analysts are skeptical after a series of misfires.
Fresh on the heels of her ESPY win for "Best Fighter," UFC Champion and Olympic medalist Ronda Rousey is getting ready for her next big fight.
The most magical place on earth is turning 60 years old.
Discussing growth at YouTube, and how YouTube stars make money, with Mark Bergen, Re/code, and Sarah Penna, Awestruck Network.
With several films featuring obscure superheroes in the pipeline, "Ant-Man" may serve as a bellwether for Marvel.
Is Marvel's Ant-Man a step too far? Americans have seen a lot of movies based on comic books, but there are signs that the trend is over.
Being Sumner Redstone's driver involves many trips to the bank, his former chauffeur Tim Jensen says.
Sports subscription service The Power Rank uses gambling markets probabilities to calculate expected records for MLB teams.
Netflix's revenue growth is all about its overseas growth, Needham & Co. analyst Laura Martin.
There's room to grow revenue from subscribers, says Barton Crockett, FBR Capital Markets, checking out the stats on Netflix's quarterly results and providing his outlook on growth prospects.
Spike Lee's next film will be Amazon's first original movie , the company announced Wednesday, as it looks to take on the major studios.
Charles Sizemore, CIO at Sizemore Capital Management, outlines why he thinks the stock is a decent short-term buy.
Nearly 30 celebrities have called on UK politicians to help preserve one of the country’s national treasures: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
Walt Disney Chairman and CEO, Bob Iger, told CNBC he was “extremely bullish” about China’s long-term prospects.