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Jackie Chan’s evolution toward a more vocal pro-Beijing stance has become more pronounced in both his movies and his politics.
Former U.S. vice president Al Gore recently netted a huge payday by selling his cable station. Now, it appears he's making another big profit buying Apple's stock on the cheap.
With the average student's budget tighter than ever, companies that can contribute to a more affordable college experience are thriving. Daniel Rosensweig, Chegg president and CEO, explains.
Charles Leyland, Managing Director at Leyland Private Asset Management says investors should look to pick up some down-trodden stocks to take advantage of their recovery cycle. He says there are opportunities in the media sector.
"Stress is one of the main reasons for why health care costs have been rising," said Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post founder, discussing how business are beginning to realize that stress reduction is actually a performance enhancement tool. Also, a look at how new technology is changing the face of media.
Morgan Guenther, Next Issue Media CEO, explains how his company is able to provide consumers with unlimited digital access to 80 popular magazines on demand.
The highest earners of porn today are CamGirl models who make money by stripping in front of a computer webcam.
CBS has been extremely active recently, and the bulls came back yesterday.
Disney shares are up thanks to optimism about the potential of the "Disney Infinity" game platform the media giant recently unveiled. Here's how it works and what it means for Disney.
New technologies are putting traditional media companies at a disadvantage as advertising dollars come under increased pressure, Mel Karmazin, the former chief executive of Sirius XM Radio, told CNBC.
Facebook is poised to cash in on the search market, says Lou Kerner, managing director for the Social Internet Fund.
While the old guard is certainly not stepping out of the spotlight, there are a lot of up-and-comers eager to take their place.
In an exclusive CNBC interview, CNBC's David Faber talks with Mel Karmazin, former Sirius XM CEO, about leaving his former company, and describes what his next dream job would look like.
...the Golden Globes! The award broadcast was the highest rated since 2007, bringing in nearly 20 million viewers.
Dell shares surge on a report of talk about a possible buyout, with the "Street Signs" team.
"Zero Dark Thirty" hits theaters nationwide today, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin; and Katherine Mangu-Ward, Reason Magazine; and CNBC Contributors James Pethokoukis and Keith Boykin, discuss the controversy over the torture scene in the movie.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the social media giant's next big idea -- social search. Would he ever work with Google? Here's what he had to say.
Taking after the Gnomes on the animated series who ardently practice American capitalism, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have wooed investors and raised money to form their own production studio, which they plan to announce on Monday. The NYT reports.
Iran hostage drama "Argo" scored a sweet double victory at the Golden Globe awards on Sunday, winning best movie drama - the night's top prize - and best director for Ben Affleck on a night that left front-runner "Lincoln" with just one trophy.
Warner Bros. acquired film rights for John McAfee's story from Josh Davis' article in Wired Magazine, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
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