2015 marks the 60th anniversary of the infamous Eurovision Song Contest, in which Australia will be making a debut guest appearance.» Read More
Scrabble fans! A new edition of your favorite, most “grammatically correct” book has published, but it comes with a few new “ridic” words.
The biggest names in sports gathered for the Sports Business Journal Awards dinner in Manhattan. CNBC spoke to some of the powerhouse players on the biggest issues facing the industry.
Verne Troyer, best known as Mini-Me from the "Austin Powers" movies, recorded Wednesday's Taser incident at LAX.
Nascar driver Jimmie Johnson is partnering with Mission and Lowe's to focus on heat safety, as the summer starts to kick off.
On Wednesday night, after 33 years as a host, the longest late-night tenure ever, Letterman will close out his career. The NYT reports.
Fresh off its latest $11 billion valuation, Pinterest is unveiling more advertising options to attract marketer dollars.
Put your headsets on and get ready! A startup called “The Void” plans on taking video-gaming junkies to a whole new dimension.
Patent trolls took a hit in 2014, but they aren't dead yet. Patent litigation dropped for the first time in five years, according to a new study.
"I'm not Don Draper," said Bill Backer, the man behind the "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" ad, the NYT reports.
George Lucas probably isn't regretting the deal he made with Disney for his Lucasfilm group after shares rise 70 percent.
A new Park Associates survey reveals one in 10 US households share a streaming account for which they do not pay.
Exclusive data to CNBC from Brandwatch shows which food, restaurant, and beverage brands have the best and worst presence on social media.
After seven seasons, "Mad Men" is over. The question now is: did fans buy the series finale?
"Pitch Perfect 2" hit all the right notes at the box office, snagging first place on the charts with $70.3 million debut.
DraftKings is soon to hit $1 billion in prizes. Better still, the fantasy sports betting site expects to award $1 billion in 2015 alone.
Data from DerbyGames.com show what the dumb money rookie mistakes are in horse race betting. CNBC will show you how to avoid those traps.
Admit it: Business meetings are pretty dour, save a few notable events. The upfronts and digital newfronts are one of those spectacles.
If you missed this year's upfront presentations, here are some key takeaways.
Data from DerbyGames.com shows that you can get a free option by making a place bet instead of a win bet on American Pharoah.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Netlix's move on China is long overdue.
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