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Attention fireworks lovers: This is your dream job. Getting paid to make colorful explosions in the sky.
The Grateful Dead celebrates 50 years as a band and says "Fare Thee Well" with a series of concerts in Chicago this weekend.
Pet emergencies go up on July 4, based on data from veterinary practices. One of the leading causes is pets being given human food.
Gerrit Meier, executive vice president of International at World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), says the entertainment brand enjoys a loyal fan base in Southeast Asia.
Tonight, Billy Joel will set the record for the most performances ever at Madison Square Garden.
The nation is a patchwork of laws when it comes to regulating fireworks. Still, legality seems to have little to do with people injuring themselves.
Check out 50 years of highlights from the legendary Grateful Dead, who will perform final shows July Fourth weekend in Chicago.
Tickets for the Grateful Dead's final shows are still in demand, but two additional shows in California changed some of the pricing.
Potter fans, get your wands and capes at the ready. A Harry Potter play will makes its debut at London’s West End, in the summer of 2016.
Spotify's "silly" business model is damaging the music industry , the boss of a rival told CNBC, following controversy sparked by Taylor Swift.
Duncan Chiu, chairman of Lai Yuen Amusement Park, hopes that the re-introduction of classic games such as bumper cars will bring back sentimental memories of Hong Kong.
The torrid run in Netflix shares has outpaced the company's growth, prompting Citi to downgrade the stock to neutral from buy.
Taylor Swift has decided to put her latest album "1989" on Apple Music after fee spat.
It will be shades of green for Chicago's travel industry when Deadheads come to town July Fourth weekend for the band's final shows.
Anthony DiClemente, Nomura senior analyst, weighs in on Disney's dividend increase and the outlook for the media giant.
DailyMail.com, the world’s most viewed English language news website, is branching out into television, with a show produced by Dr. Phil McGraw.
This weekend will see the Formula E race take place in London. Alejandro Agag, CEO of Formula E, talks more about the event.
Facebook is streaming the first episodes of two new HBO comedy series, highlighting the growing importance of video for the company.
Alan Haft, partner at Kelly-Haft Financial, discusses Disney's decision to increase its dividend for the first half of 2015 by 15 percent.
British actor, Tom Holland, 19, will be swinging into the action-packed role of Spider-Man, it was announced Tuesday. But can this save the franchise?