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Gadget makers showcasing latest Internet-connected TVs and smartphones at The Consumer Electronics Show is enabling a surge in streaming content.
The CEO of Publicis Groupe revealed that the approval process for its proposed merger with Omnicom is progressing faster than expected.
Increasingly CES is the go-to destination for Madison Avenue to make deals and figure out how the latest technology will transform the advertising business.
U.S. cable and satellite Tv operators are now squaring off over the mobile apps that viewers are increasingly using to watch TV.
Disney CEO Bob Iger likes people like Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey on the media conglomerate's board because they get "in our face."
Liberty Media said it would offer to buy out minority shareholders in Sirius XM.
Apple has reportedly purchased the small company that makes a popular photography app.
Showtime's strategy in the high-stakes game of pay-per-view boxing worked once. Now it hopes the gameplan works again.
Tech veterans Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg of Revere Digital discuss the launch of "Re/code," a reincarnation of "All Things D." Re/code also signed a content agreement with NBC News group to partner on technology coverage.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" was a pretty accurate depiction of Wall Street, said former trader Raj Mahal. He shares some real-life stories that will make your toes curl.
Discussing if internet advertising revenues will exceed traditional television ads in 2014, with Jon Steinberg, Buzzfeed president.
Like a hunky doctor killed pulling cute children from an orphanage fire, soap operas seemed to have died a grisly death. Until...
After a string of court cases and the advent of new technology, the music industry appears to be winning the battle against illegal downloads.
A hacker secretly took over a computer server at the BBC, Britain's public broadcaster, and tried to sell access to the server on Christmas Day.
Traders bail on Twitter, 3D Systems and Tesla. Will they continue to defy logic, or will the run on ridiculous stocks continue, with CNBC's Dominic Chu and the Options Action traders.
"Investors are starved for growth," explains BuzzFeed President and COO Jon Steinberg, in discussing investment action in new media-related stocks.
Companies are trying everything from deploying moderators to forcing people to use their real names in order to restore civil discourse.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the economics of the fantasy sports business and highlights new football leagues that allow you to draft a new team every week.
Wednesday was the second highest-grossing Christmas Day on record for the U.S. and Canadian box office.
The FBI initially saw the Christmas movie classic "It's a Wonderful Life' as anti-bank Communist propaganda.