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Payments and financial services company Square said Tuesday it is expanding its small business financing program, Square Capital.
Telecom giant Verizon announced Tuesday it will be buying AOL for $50 per share, or about $4.4 billion.
Comcast said Monday it has named Michael Cavanagh as its new chief financial officer.
Five of the 50 companies on CNBC's 2014 disruptor list have gone public or been acquired—half the number that graduated from our 2013 list.
CBS chief Les Moonves says broadcast TV remains the best bet for advertising because of one key factor.
Sumner Redstone addresses press reports that he decided to make his daughter chairman after he dies.
Spanish soccer will be suspended for the rest of the season by the sport's domestic governing body after a dispute over a new TV rights law.
The cable giants didn't mince words at INTX as they addressed the big issues they're facing: consolidation, regulation and disruption.
Cablevision CEO James Dolan sees more opportunities for consolidation in the cable space.
Periscope co-founder and CEO Kayvon Beykpour, says there are many things converging creating an appetite for a live video streaming service like Periscope.
Billy Corgan says musicians are still heavily exploited, which will cause the restructuring of the music industry.
Bob Iger will not rule out future acquisitions of intellectual property, but said Disney currently has a great hand.
Citing copyright violations, Periscope said it axed 30 live streams of the boxing match between Mayweather and Pacquiao over the weekend.
Cablevision Systems said video subscriber losses doubled, as the cable TV company's customers continued to shift to bundled services from telecoms.
Both large and small businesses now participate in the fan-created Star Wars Day each May 4.
The so-called "fight of the century" ended with Floyd Mayweather beating Manny Pacquiao but Periscope may have been the real winner.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" hauled in $255 million overseas ahead of its U.S. debut, but China's box office may be the biggest variable.
Three social media companies' shares have dropped by nearly a quarter this week on disappointing outlooks. What's the story?
The Avengers franchise is one of the few series that still get audiences to pay top dollar at the box office, Gitesh Pandya tells CNBC.
The idea that cable firms can stop the natural trend in customer behavior toward online video is ridiculous, Rob Marcus tells CNBC.
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