A consortium of magazine publishers including Time and Condé Nast plan to jointly build an online newsstand for publications in multiple digital formats, according to people with knowledge of the plans.
TCU is 11-0 heading into its final regular season game this weekend against New Mexico. A win will give the school an automatic bid into a BCS bowl. We sat down with the school’s chancellor, Dr. Victor Boschini Jr., to discuss what effect the football team’s success has had on the school.
Facebook is getting ready to connect powerful brands and the customers who love them for Black Friday. Facebook has 300 million plus users, and they're all potential customers for the hundreds of thousands of retailers and brands with a presence on the Facebook site.
Facebook is slowly inching its way to an IPO. CEO Marc Zuckerberg has long said that the company wants to stay independent, rather than be acquired, and he wants to stay at its helm.
The NBA D-League tips off its ninth season this Friday and it looks nothing like the league looked when it started.
Rupert Murdoch's latest gambit has the potential to have huge impact on the value of content industry wide; he could also risk losing a huge chunk of News Corp's readership.
In a series of new ads airing tonight, Apple Inc. tries to come to carrier partner AT&T's rescue. But is it too little too late?
At a news conference yesterday, Notre Dame head football coach Charlie Weis said that he would “have a tough time arguing” with school officials if they fired him. What he wouldn’t do is resign. The difference between the two? It’s a lot of money.
How much do you know about the most popular search engine in the world? Take the following quiz and find out.
The television industry has known for years that video games are a threat to viewership, but a new pilot program might finally give some insight into exactly how big that threat is.
If you want a good look at the future of sports journalism, take less than four minutes and watch this incredible World Series time lapse through the lenses of 26-year-old photographer Robert Caplin.
Last week, we applauded Boise State’s idea of selling stock to its fans. Like the Packers have done, the shares have no value, but the certificate makes a nice collectors item. We loved this because it’s a great way of raising money without having to give up anything. Yesterday, I checked in on how sales were after a week.
Brandon Jennings got too good too fast. The Milwaukee Bucks rookie guard, who avoided college by playing a year in Italy to satisfy the NBA age requirement, is all-of-a-sudden the talk of the league. Through nine games, the overall 10th pick in this year's draft is averaging 24.8 points a game, thanks in part to scoring 55 against the Golden State Warriors last Saturday.
Vampires are the new black. They're cool, mysterious, appealing to all ages, and they (figuratively speaking) turn everything they touch into solid gold. Vampire-chic hit the mainstream when "Twilight" came out last year.
As predicted earlier this month, Oprah Winfrey will not renew her deal with CBS Syndication (CBS) when it expires in 2011. Instead she'll focus entirely on her new cable channel, called "OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network."
Allen Iverson, the man nicknamed "The Answer," has always had one of the league’s most popular jerseys, but a late signing and a smaller market might have saved retailers and jersey maker Adidas from having to deal with a huge jersey glut.
It can be argued that no team has had it harder than the New Jersey Nets. They haven’t won a game in 12 tries this year. They don’t have many marketable players. There’s a lack of public transportation to their arena. They’ve fully committed to leaving the market for Brooklyn and they are waiting for a new owner to take power.
No one reads newspapers anymore, everyone speeds through commercials on their DVRs, and people generally have the attention span of a gnat. What's an advertiser to do to get your attention? Where can marketers hold you captive?
Huge demand is every consumer products-maker's fantasy; the nightmare is when shortages from high demand results in shortages that drive consumers to your rivals.
Social media platforms Facebook and Twitter have no doubt revolutionized the way people communicate in social settings, and now Salesforce is trying to bring those same tools into the workforce.