The Upper East Side townhouse used in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" has gone on sale for $8 million, the Daily Mail reported.» Read More
Steve Knopper, Rolling Stone editor, discusses whether 24-year old pop sensation Taylor Swift has the voice to save the ailing recording industry.
Marvel Universe announced new series of film franchises, including eight superhero films.
John Spinello, inventor of the 'Operation' board game, can't afford his own real-life surgery.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at Code/Mobile that about 50 percent of views are coming from a mobile phone or tablet. Re/code reports.
Ryan Seacrest sees into his future: a media investing empire to rival the Silicon Valley big boys betting on the future of content creation.
HBO is planning to lay off over 150 employees beginning as early as this week, Variety reports.
Media mogul Ryan Seacrest shares his thoughts on the changing world of media for the next twenty-five years.
Big investors cheer MSG's decision to explore a possible spinoff that would separate entertainment from its media and sports businesses.
Amazon is buying comedy service Rooftop Media, as it pursues its ambition of building a digital media library to rival Netflix.
Etheridge teamed with a mobile game start-up HyperJamz to create a game that's not only addictive, but streams her music at the same time.
After its big earnings miss and lots of disappointments, Amazon has taken big step into TV, the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Richard Greenfield, BTIG, shares his thoughts on why AMC's record-setting "Walking Dead" series is not rewarding its stock.
Richard Greenfield, BTIG, weighs in on consolidation in the media sector and the prospects of an unbundled world.
Sales for iTunes Store Music is down more than 13 percent, Dow Jones reports.
According to screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, actor Christian Bale didn't have to audition for his role in the coming Steve Jobs biopic.
Nearly 30 years after their demise at the hands of CDs and downloads, 20th century music formats - vinyl LP and cassettes - are staging a comeback.
Steve James was impressed by the work ethic of the minimum-wage workers he met while making his documentary, "The Value of Work." He thinks they deserve better.
Even if your team didn't make the World Series, it may have performed better—financially—than the eventual pennant winner.
While it might not make a profit next quarter, Amazon is barreling ahead in its quest to dominate people's spending. The NYT reports.
Becka Noel and Dhareza Maramis seem cut from the same cloth as your typical working professionals, but these two New Yorkers lead a double life.
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