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A band known as the "Chinese Beatles" is about to hit U.S. shores. (Cue the screaming girls.) Is this the beginning of a "Chinese Invasion" of music?
Disney shareholders meet against the backdrop of better-than-expected first quarter earnings on theme parks, cable TV and the movie "Frozen."
Kermit the Frog tells CNBC he's not insulted about Wall Street's "muppet" investors.
Kermit the Frog discusses his new movie "Muppets Most Wanted" which marks the eighth theatrical release for Kermit. The famous frog also discusses his use of social media.
A quick look at how Disney continues to be a "best in class franchise" by expanding profits in movies and theme parks.
Michael Morris, Guggenheim analyst, shares his thoughts on who will likely succeed Disney's current CEO Bob Iger. Most people I've talked to say it comes down to two candidates; Thomas Staggs, Chairman of Disney's parks and resorts or Jay Rasulo, Disney's CFO. Morris also weighs in on the high price of admission at Disney's theme parks.
Sony Pictures Entertainment on Monday will announce layoffs throughout its studio operations in the United States and abroad.
Sirius XM Radio and Charter Communications might have been partners in broadband, but they look better apart without Time Warner Cable.
Netflix is betting on international expansion to keep its numbers up. The next stop is Europe, but it could be more difficult than expected.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin talks with five-time Grammy winner Celine Dion, about the music industry's relationship with new technology and its impact on consumers' choices. The idea is to get opportunities to fans in as easy a way as possible, says Dion.
Amazon hopes the service would lure people to Amazon Prime, which is facing a price increase. The WSJ reports.
Dion also said in a "Squawk Box" interview that aired Wednesday the music business is not what it used to be. She also contended that live performances are still the best way to experience her music.
Singer Celine Dion sits down with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin to discuss the business of performing in Las Vegas. I love to come here because I can sing a whole show, I don't have to sing a whole album, says Dion.
Street Signs host Amanda Drury tests out a Villy Custom bike outside CNBC. Fleetwood Hicks, Villy Custom founder, and Barbara Corcoran, "Shark Tank" host, discuss the success of the bikes.
Turney Duff chronicled his spectacular rise and fall on Wall Street in "The Buy Side." Here, he offers 10 tips for those young traders climbing the Wall Street ladder now.
For the first time, the Paralympics are getting strong media coverage across network TV. Stay tuned for ads that spotlight these amazing athletes.
There's no shortage of music streaming services these days, but Rdio's CEO Anthony Bay doesn't seem worried.
Turney Duff tells the story of his spectacular rise and fall on Wall Street in his book, “The Buy Side.” In this Q&A, he talks about how life is different now — and his biggest regret.
The third generation of Feld Entertainment, Nicole Feld, Executive Feld Entertainment executive vice president, and Alana Feld, Feld Entertainment executive vice president, discuss the business of the big top and its partnership with Marvel.
There is a serious problem with objectifying women in America but it's not Barbie's fault, says Carol Roth.