Movies which contain smoking scenes or tobacco imagery “should be given an adult rating”, the World Health Organization has announced.
Phil Rosenthal said his sitcom would not get on the air today, as television tries to pull in a younger audience.
Super Bowl ad campaigns can cost up to $30 million when all is said and done. Still, analysts say it is worth it for the live audience.
A team of public and private security experts is assembling a pop-up intelligence operations center.
Zayn Malik, former member of British pop band One Direction, has released his first single as a solo artist.
Mattel is expanding its iconic Barbie line to reflect different body sizes and ethnic diversity.
Mattel launches three new body types of its iconic Barbie doll.
Based on an analysis of SEC filings and her own announcements, Oprah Winfrey has made $2.4 million per lost pound.
Investors look ahead to earnings from gaming companies, hoping for good news from the sector, the Chinese economy and Macau.
Increased oversight and market forces are driving up the average price of Super Bowl tickets on the secondary market.
Worldwide digital video game sales surged 8 percent to $61 billion last year as mobile and console title revenues advanced.
Luke Skywalker's DL-44 Blaster, featured in "The Empire Strikes Back" is up for auction this week, starting from $200,000.
Dynamite Entertainment, IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios have been surviving in the comic industry.
The NFL Championship game is set between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos.
U.K. graffiti artist Banksy has created a new work in London to protest the alleged use of teargas on migrant camps in Calais.
Flight prices spiked by more than 35 percent once the two Super Bowl teams were determined, according to last year's data.
The New England Patriots have the most even payroll in the NFL. Can that help them win another Super Bowl?
Dynamite, IDW and BOOM! Studios have carved a new niche in comics with a mix of original content and well-known licensed characters.
They have successfully climbed the corporate ladder and have plenty to say about how you can excel too.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced efforts to increase diversity, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
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