The cable news network announced the host of 'On the Record' will leave the show after 14 years.
Twenty-First Century Fox has confirmed that it has settled a lawsuit with Gretchen Carlson and has issued an apology.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses the news that Fox will settle with Gretchen Carlson on her lawsuit against Roger Ailes, according to Vanity Fair.
Ex-Fox News CEO's degrading treatment of women started at his first job at "The Mike Douglas Show," according to New York Magazine.
Ringing today's opening bell are Centre for Social Innovation Managing Director David Gise, at the NYSE; and star of “You’re the Worst” Chris Geere, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are Centre for Social Innovation Managing Director David Gise, at the NYSE; and star of “You’re the Worst” Chris Geere, at the Nasdaq.
Germany's most popular soccer team is learning that American digital media culture is different from its home country.
MindSpark is building a software testing business and at the same time training autistic workers for careers in tech.
Jim Stewart, New York Times columnist, discusses the Viacom saga as Sumner Redstone and Philippe Dauman have reportedly reached a settlement as well as the settlement culture at Fox News following the Roger Ailes scandal.
Fox News names their new senior leadership team, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Fox News named Fox Television Stations CEO Jack Abernethy and Senior Executive Vice President Bill Shine to serve as co-presidents.
A report projects big gains in residential revenues in the cable business from a big uptick in broadband subscriptions.
21st Century Fox may have to reach settlements with some of the women who accused Rogers Ailes of sexual misconduct, the WSJ reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that Twenty-First Century Fox is expecting settlements in the probe against former CEO Roger Ailes, according to Dow Jones.
Details of Roger Ailes' tenure as the head of Fox News continue to leak, as new women are making allegations every day. Sarah Ellison, Vanity Fair contributing editor, discusses.
Disney acquired a 33 percent stake in the technology company, allowing it to create a new standalone, cable-free ESPN service.
Disney is expected to have higher EPS and revenue despite concerns over box office sales and ESPN's cable future.
The company's news and information services unit saw a 1% year-over-year increase in revenue.
Is DC's latest superhero romp, "Suicide Squad," fated to repeat the sins of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice"?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.