Jan 29- Viacom Inc is jumping on the direct-to-consumer bandwagon with plans to introduce an online video streaming product for its children's cable network Nickelodeon, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman did not offer much detail including pricing about the subscription offering, but said more information will be...» Read More
Jim McKelvey, Square co-founder, discusses his newest venture - an accelerator program that allows financial tech companies to grow.
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The newest additions to the English dictionary are likely to make language purists "vom," as "selfie" and "phablet", are among hundreds of new words that have been added to Oxford Dictionaries Online.
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Amazon's unit that runs Web servers for other companies had problems Sunday that coincided with outages or slowdowns on several popular websites.
Spain's telecom giant Telefonica agreed to improved terms for KPN's German unit E-Plus in a deal that won support from the Dutch telecom group's biggest shareholder, América Móvil.
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Google has held meetings with the National Football League about a potential TV deal.
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JetLev is a water propelled jet pack; the company's CEO, Matt Rosenblatt, joins to discuss flying.
Chip Paucek, CEO of 2U, explains how he plans to revolutionize the education system by forming digital platform partnerships with major universities like Georgetown and Berkeley.
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The movie "Jobs" opens in theaters today. John Sculley, former Apple CEO, weighs in on its debut and Carl Icahn's involvement in the company.
Replacing a neo-Gothic structure destroyed in a 2011 earthquake, the new church is expected to last for more than a decade while a permanent one is built.