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Netflix cuts a deal with Adam Sandler to make four original movies.
What will social media look like in 2039? Experts say by then it will be integrated into wearables that will track our daily habits.
Instead of being an annoyance, advertising in 25 years will feel more like content you'll want to watch, read or interact with.
Facebook said it would change its policy requiring users to go by their real names, following outrage over the locking of hundreds of accounts.
Twenty-five years from now, the distinctions between, say, watching a movie and playing an game will blur.
The billionaire investor announces on CNBC he's buying Van Tuyl Group, the nation's largest privately held car dealership chain.
Adam Sandler will produce and star in four movies to be seen exclusively on Netflix, which is now making its own movies.
Derek Jeter announces The Players'Tribune, a new publishing company that provides a forum for star athletes and their stories.
After ripping up profit forecasts and seeing soft September U.S. sales data, the CEO of the Ford Motor has hit back at critics.
There were no signs that pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong plan to back down as the protest ended its first week.
Tesla's Elon Musk: About time to unveil the D and something else.
Peter Boardman, Managing Director of Tradewinds, explains what a second tax hike means for Japan's retail sector and outlines what the government could do to help firms.
High internet penetration and widespread smartphone usage are providing the fertile environment for Indonesia's e-commerce market to grow.
Which toys are your kids likely to want this Christmas? Toy review site TTPM.com reveals its top picks for the 2014 holiday season.
An analyst said regardless of what the retailer carries, its biggest issue remains it has no money to market its inventory.
FCC commissioner Ajit Pai doesn't expect the NFL to rush to pay TV now that TV blackouts are banned.
CEO Mary Barra outlined the company's long-term business plan during a presentation at company headquarters in Detroit on Wednesday.
FBI wants to secure us, Apple and Google want to secure our data
Discussing the problems Twitter faces within the social media network, with author of "Hatching Twitter" Nick Bilton.
Jimmy Kimmel is more than a talk show host. He's also the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to a cybersecurity firm. Who are the others?
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