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The fashion model Gisele Bundchen announced that she was retiring after 20 years through her Instagram account.
When Google bought YouTube for $1.65 billion in 2006, people wondered how it would make money. Not anymore.
Actor Ashton Kutcher is auctioning his Twitter account for a day.
The NFL has asked potential halftime show performers to pay to play, receiving less than enthused responses.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan on the growth of digital music sales.
In 2016, Lego will unveil a life-size house made from its brightly colored bricks to allow people to "explore all the possibilities Lego has" says Jorgen Vig Knudstorp, CEO of Lego Group.
The premium cable channel is drawing viewers thanks to a Kazakh knockout artist who may become the next hero of boxing.
A Russian watchdog has tightened its grip on how Russians use the Internet; stepping up scrutiny of pornographic websites and "memes."
Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer introduced himself to Los Angeles Clippers fans at a rally celebrating his new ownership of the NBA team.
Netflix series 'Daredevil' will have the option of audio narration. It's a victory for advocacy groups.
Travel search site Trivago's pitchman has generated buzz from the moment the commercials started to air. Actor Tim "Trivago Guy" Williams, says he uses the service himself, and discusses how this commercial has helped his career.
Shark Week filmmaker Andy Casagrande talks about why he loves sharks and what his favorite — and scariest — moments were from this year's Shark Week.
A chess grandmaster has been kicked out of a tournament after repeatedly visiting a bathroom where he used a hidden phone to look up tips.
In addition to his battles with depression and anxiety, actor-comedian Robin Williams also suffered from Parkinson's disease, his wife said.
"Furious 7" maintained speed in its 2nd week, earning $60.6 million and bringing its box-office haul to $252.5 million.
If you were casting the Wall Street edition of "Mad Men," who would play Don Draper? Peggy Olson?
If you have a collection of old comic books in your basement, it might be time to dig them out.
Netflix has announced a new stand-up comedy slate. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports which comedians will be featured on Netflix.
The spokeswoman for Robin Williams' family debunked widespread reports that the comedian, who died Monday in a suspected suicide, had money troubles.
Comic book fans, both blind and sighted, are asking Netflix to provide audio descriptions for "Daredevil," a show about a blind superhero.