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One in three people in the United States visit Facebook every day, the company said Tuesday, releasing regional data for the first time to draw more advertisers.
A federal judge in Georgia has thrown out race discrimination claims by a former Savannah restaurant manager whose lawsuit against Paula Deen burned her culinary empire badly.
One company will crunch previous box-office data to gauge a script's viability.
For all the ruckus about fixing the newspaper business, the sad truth is that people just don't read the stories anymore. And you probably won't finish this one.
Internet TV startup Aereo will soon be available in Dallas, one of the cities affected by the Time Warner Cable-CBS blackout.
CBS said that Time Warner Cable trying to hurt its online content deals while Time Warner Cable said the channel is using coercive practices.
Will sports be the tipping point in the fight between CBS and Time Warner Cable? Golf fans with TWC service sure hope so because of the PGA Championship this weekend.
The New York Times is not for sale, its controlling family and publisher have said, after a week in which both The Boston Globe and The Washington Post were bought out.
Time Warner says its second-quarter net income jumped 87 percent, boosted by better results at its film and TV businesses.
Actor Ashton Kutcher talks about his starring role in Jobs, the upcoming biopic about the late tech innovator Steve Jobs, which he hopes will inspire the unemployed.
Time Warner second quarter results due out Wednesday morning are expected to benefit from growth in advertising and subscription revenue at its cable networks.
Disney earnings beat amid growth at its theme parks and media networks but there was weakness at the movie division and the company projected a big loss from the "Lone Ranger."
AOL announced better-than-expected profits, and plans to acquire video ad platform Adap.Tv. This deal marks a "very important day in AOL history," CEO Tim Armstrong told CNBC.
Billionaire investor Dan Loeb's Third Point is taking a "wait-and-see approach" after Sony on Monday evening rejected its plan to spin off the company's entertainment business.
CBS Chief Executive Les Moonves fired back at Time Warner Cable, pulling out harsh language to reject the cable company's latest overture in their dispute over broadcasting fees.
Bezos will buy The Washington Post Co.'s newspaper publishing business for $250 million as an individual, not through Amazon.
Cablevision Systems Chief Executive James Dolan said "there could come a day" when his company ceases to offer TV service and makes broadband its primary offering.
Newsweek is being sold to IBT Media, an online news company, less than a year after it ended publication of its weekly print magazine and went all digital.
In an unusual show of solidarity between rivals, satellite TV provider DirecTV issued a statement applauding Time Warner Cable's decision to drop CBS programming.
Time Warner Cable has dropped CBS in New York, LA, Dallas and several other markets after a deadline expired. "We deeply regret this ill-advised action ..." CBS said.
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