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Stevie Wonder befriended Ray Kurzweil after hearing about the inventor's machine that could read text out loud. They made music together.
Corbyn the Musical: the Motorcycle Diaries, a new satirical show in London, has sold out it's entire run. CNBC went to find out more.
Jean David Malat, art dealer & director of London Opera Gallery, weighs in on the Panama Papers scandal, while commenting on the demographic trends in the art space.
Jean David Malat, art dealer & director of London Opera Gallery, says the art market has performed quite well in 2016.
Luann De Lesseps, "Real Housewives of New York," and Ramona Singer, "Real Housewives of New York," discuss how their roles on reality television helped launch their entrepreneurial careers.
A group of web developers have developed a way to predict which character will die next in fantasy series “Game of Thrones”.
Jeremy Darroch, CEO of Sky, talks about the company's partnership with HBO and the importance of producing drama.
On the fringes of entertainment festivals, Apple, Google, Facebook and Alibaba are quietly entering the fray of original content.
The new Captain America movie is en route to be one of the biggest openings of any Marvel Comics film in history.
"Silicon Valley" actor Thomas Middleditch, discusses keeping the insanity level high in the show's writing, and his addiction to video games, at the NYSE.
HBO and Discovery Communications have taken an equity stake in OTOY, which aims to make virtual and augmented reality mainstream.
Hans-Holger Albrecht, CEO of Deezer, talks about what sets his company's streaming platform apart from rivals Spotify and Apple Music.
Verizon stands to expand its digital advertising technology footprint by buying Yahoo, Nomura's Anthony DiClemente says.
It's assumed that winning teams generate fans' interest and ticket revenue, but some experts say that formula doesn't always hold up.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at Netflix ahead of its earnings release on Monday the 18th, including how subscriber numbers and price hikes are key.
Artur Fruman, co-founder of Welzoo, gives an inside look at his coworking and community space.
In an interview with Variety, AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron said he may consider allowing texting in theaters.
The e-book business is thriving, despite the competition between digital, print and audible books, according to the boss of Kobo.
CNBC talks to Arcadia Group’s chairman Sir Philip Green on what it's like to work with Beyoncé on "Ivy Park" and the Panama Papers.
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