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Media giant Disney missed earnings per share estimates for the first time in five years.
Stephen Strasburg has signed a 7-year contract extension with the Washington Nationals, worth $175 million.
Trainer and fitness empire giant Tracy Anderson built her business from the ground up. She attributes her success to this specific outlook on life.
'X-Men: Apocalypse' is the next Marvel movie to hit the big screen. Will it do for Fox what Captain America is doing for Disney? CNBC's Phil Han has more.
A baker is one of YouTube's biggest stars, earning millions of dollars and followers. And she's not the only one.
Marvel is betting audiences will pack theaters for another massive team-up movie just one year after the Avengers last assembled on screen.
Arsenio Hall is suing Sinead O'Connor for defamation after the she claimed he had plied Prince with drugs over decades, NBC reports.
Model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker says her Sports Illustrated cover is not what she's most proud of in her career.
A STD-testing site ruffled Big Bird's feathers this week after it posted ads suggesting Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street were romantically involved.
Millennials are increasingly spending money on novel, experience-driven events, leaving established retailers scrambling to adapt.
What Imax did for movies, it is trying to do for spinning, launching classes where cyclists are immersed in front of a huge screen.
The company's new project called IMAXShift offers consumers an indoor cycling class while watching a mega screen.
SeaWorld Entertainment on Thursday reported a loss of $84 million in its first quarter.
The Rolling Stones have asked presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to stop playing their songs at his campaign events.
Strong demand in the scatter market helped CBS see double-digit ad revenue growth in the first quarter, Chief Executive Les Moonves said.
The tech giant is trying to revamp the interface, build out its digital radio service and integrate platforms.
Mike Hopkins discusses what is next for the company and for the future of streaming television with The New York Times.
The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, The Who, Neil Young and Roger Waters will share a stage, thanks to Coachella producer Goldenvoice.
Marvel's new film has earned massively at the box office without even opening in the U.S.; how should Hollywood handle its releases?
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