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Hugh Hefner's Playboy Enterprises is exploring an all-out sale, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The deal reportedly raises the media, sports and fashion agency's valuation to $5.5 billion.
Gawker CEO Nick Denton says the publication will fight a $140 million verdict that it violated Hulk Hogan's privacy by publishing a sex tape.
Entrepreneurs are trying to figure out the next phase of friendship, and they're using high-tech tools to achieve some old-fashioned connections.
Brands are tapping media companies to create parties to reach people in person and online, creating a new ad revenue stream.
Snapchat was one of the most used apps during SXSW, with many influential brand and agency leaders trying it out for the first time.
Comic-Con International and Lionsgate have unveiled “Comic-Con HQ”, a subscription video-on-demand service, available to consumers this summer.
Despite big challenges in tech, the mood among VCs and start-ups at SXSW is upbeat.
At South by Southwest, the line between TV show entertainment and conference reality is blurred.
HBO has partnered with the International Rescue Committee to launch the “Rescue Has No Boundaries” campaign, to raise money for the refugee crisis.
It can be hard to stand out at SXSW with every start-up pitching something. Attendees share their best advice on how to do it.
Fox Sports, NextVR will stream the Big East tournament games in VR globally, allowing fans to sit center court without leaving their homes.
Steve Jobs and Bill Gates may have successfully conquered the tech world; however any chance of winning over Broadway is off the cards… for now.
While Zynga has fallen, and mobile game maker King was acquired by Activision Blizzard, one start-up has quietly built a new kind of mobile game business.
Amazon is launching its first live TV show, "Style Code Live," a QVC-like shopping channel for the younger generation.
Officials with the nonprofit Simon Wiesenthal Center praised Twitter for increasing efforts to thwart Islamic State's use of its platform.
Brands are going to have to be more inclusive as younger generations become open to interracial and LGBT families.
A star-studded guest list included actor Michael Caine, rockstar Bob Geldof, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and British Justice Secretary Michael Gove.
Playboy's non-nude issue has lead to more ad pages and more placement on newsstands. Can it revitalize circulation numbers?
"Fuller House," the Netflix spinoff of the late 1980s sitcom, was renewed for a second season.
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The International Paris Air Show is celebrating its 52nd anniversary this year with the big movers and shakers in the aerospace and defense industry all attending the event.
International business and political leaders gather in Dalian, China for the 2017 instalment of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions.