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Singapore's reputation for law and order doesn't appear to have preceded it, at least as far as one U.S. cop show is concerned.
Issues have been brewing on both sides of the ocean over China-Hollywood deals, yet some film producers are still optimistic.
"Given what happened, given the advertiser boycott, I just can't imagine him showing up on MSNBC or CNN," FBR's Barton Crockett tells CNBC.
CNBC's Gemma Acton discusses Sky's latest data and the company's new partnership with HBO.
CNBC's Gemma Acton speaks about Sky's new TV production partnership with HBO, the former company's "big bet on scripted high drama."
David Moss, European equities fund manager at BMO Global Asset Management, discusses how to trade Sky following the announcement of a production partnership with HBO.
While wandering around the White House, it looks like the Patriots tight crashed press secretary Sean Spicer's daily briefing. USA Today reports.
The board of Fox News' parent company, 21st Century Fox, is reportedly scheduled to meet on Thursday to discuss O'Reilly's departure.
Bill O'Reilly's fate at Fox may be in jeopardy according to a report from New York Magazine, citing sources.
BlackRock's Larry Fink calls himself a big music fan, but an interview reveals he's more than just a fan.
A group of Coachella attendees found themselves unlikely detectives over the weekend after noticing that their phones had gone missing.
CNBC's Arjun Kharpal discusses Netflix's latest earnings data and the company's subscriber growth in its regional markets.
"The proliferation of distribution points is a gigantic threat to the valuations in the sector," Roger McNamee told CNBC.
The company's streaming content obligations have risen to $15.3 billion, up from $12.3 billion a year ago.
Though the company hit projections for revenue, it came up short regarding getting new people to sign up for the service.
As of last year, Netflix was by far the most-watched streaming service in America.
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