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The New York Times said that it suspended White House reporter Glenn Thrush following accusations of sexually inappropriate behavior.
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the former head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is offering to acquire The Weinstein Co.
Discovery shares have taken a beating since it announced a merger with Scripps, but Liberty Media Chairman John Malone called it a buying opportunity.
CBS chief Les Moonves is positioning the network as the underdog versus "monstrous companies."
Barnes & Noble said a deal proposed by an activist investor to take the bookstore chain private was not "bona fide."
The U.S. FCC voted to undo key roadblocks to increased consolidation among media companies, potentially unleashing new deals among them.
Viacom reported better-than-expected revenue on Thursday, as higher revenue in its film unit offset declines in fees the company collects from cable TV operators and online distributors.
Rupert Murdoch telephoned AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson twice in the last six months and talked about cable network CNN.
The Walt Disney Co. announced Thursday that Rian Johnson will craft a new trilogy for the "Star Wars" universe, greatly expanding the director's command over the ever-expanding space saga created by George Lucas.
Layoffs will be across the company with many jobs at SportsCenter on the line, according to Sports Illustrated.
The Wall Street Journal, a flagship property, is in the midst of a reorganization to become a digital-first operation.
Disney has been at the center of both deal chatter and an investigation that looked into its financial dealings with the California city of Anaheim.
Time's revenue fell short of analysts' third-quarter forecasts as an uptick in online advertising failed to offset a decline in print ads.
21st Century Fox reported quarterly revenue that slightly beat expectations, while earnings remained in line with analyst projections.
British broadcaster Sky has said that it could shut down Sky News if its ownership of the channel proves to be an obstruction to the company's 11.7 billion-pound ($15.4 billion) takeover by Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox.
The New York Times Co. reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, as it signed up more advertisers and subscribers for its digital publications.
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