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Tim Calkins, professor at Northwestern University, breaks down what the accounting firm could do to get over its glaring Academy Awards mistake.
A PwC managing partner in charge of the Oscar envelopes tweeted a picture of Emma Stone just three minutes before Oscar Best Picture mix-up fiasco began.
The viewership numbers on YouTube mark a 10-fold increase since 2012, the company told the Wall Street Journal.
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CNBC takes a look at some of the most noteworthy political moments from this year's Awards Season.
WBO world welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan say they have agreed to terms for a fight.
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Shares of Live Nation fell 4 percent on Friday following the live entertainment company's fourth-quarter financial report released Thursday.
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Snapchat, known for its disappearing photo messages, is competing with traditional media for advertising dollars.
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