Music country legend, Dolly Parton talks about the struggles and difficulties she and others face in the entertainment industry.
Elvis Presley wanted to cover "I Will Always Love You." Global country legend, Dolly Parton explains why she turned down his offer.
"I didn’t know that I was gonna make it but I wanted to make it and I never even thought that I wouldn't. That was just my dream," Dolly Parton tells CNBC.
Country music legend, Dolly Parton talks about the backstory behind "Coat of Many Colors".
"It was a good life, we didn’t know we was poor until some smart Alec got up and told us so," says singer Dolly Parton on her upbringing.
"I think there's always the 'good ol' boy' syndrome when it's a girl in business," Dolly Parton tells CNBC, when talking about her early start in the music industry.
Dolly Parton may be a successful businesswoman and global country music megastar, but the cause she’s truly passionate about supporting is the gift of literacy.
Twitter is now focusing on a new, growing phenomenon, according to one of its executives: live video streaming.
Charlie Crowe talks to Hollywood producer Steve Golin, the man behind hits such as 'Spotlight' and 'The Revenant'.
Dominic Proctor, President of GroupM Global (WPP's holding company for all of its media agencies) talks to Charlie Crowe about what the increasing use of data means to marketing industry.
Dominic Proctor, President of GroupM Global (WPP's holding company for all of its media agencies) talks to Charlie Crowe about how he sees the TV advertising industry evolving.
Dominic Proctor, President of GroupM Global (WPP's holding company for all of its media agencies) talks to Charlie Crowe about what issues the digital marketing space needs to tackle.
Top Hollywood producer Steve Golin, the man behind hits such as 'Spotlight' and 'The Revenant, tells Charlie Crowe that media money and brand advertising is going to play an increasing part in getting films made.
For Dolly Parton, turning down Elvis' offer to cover her music was one of the first “really hard business decisions” she had to make, the superstar told CNBC.
Graphic India's Sharad Devarajan shares that his mission is to create a superhero character that is culturally Indian but globally relevant.
Animal rights activists plan a vigil to remember the slain 17-year-old gorilla named Harambe.
The NBA Finals are a sequel to last year with the Golden State Warriors battling the Cleveland Cavaliers, but when it comes to ticket prices, it’s a new story.
Cass Sunstein, founder and director of Harvard's Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy, describes his new book "The World According to Star Wars."
Disney vows to protect its intellectual property after Captain America and Snow White imitations appeared at a rival theme park.
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