One 76-year-old superhero is still a spry moneymaker on eBay, trouncing other characters with $4.7 million in comic book sales.
Cablevision Systems is planning to make an offer for the New York Daily News as early as this week, valuing the troubled tabloid at just $1.
Terry Pratchett, the British author of the popular "Discworld" novels, has died of a form of Alzheimer's disease at the age of 66.
Bluewater Productions is banking on comic book biographies and spinning stories about tycoons like Jack Welch and Howard Schultz.
More than 20 years after his death, there is still plenty of news about Dr. Seuss.
Hannah Davis said Tuesday she did not understand why people were so outraged by her cover photo.
Some residents of Harper Lee's Alabama hometown divulge their suspicions behind her first novel since "Mockingbird," AL.com reports.
The New York Times Co. reported fourth-quarter net income of $34.9 million.
To the SEC's new all-star team to overhaul the market: Don’t be fooled, says this former HFT exec who wrote a "Flash Boys" rebuttal.
IHS, the publisher of Jane's Defence Weekly, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by lower operating expenses.
Condé Nast won preliminary approval to pay $5.85 million to settle a lawsuit by thousands of former interns who claimed the publisher underpaid them.
Sony Corp is considering a sale of its Sony/ATV Music Publishing unit, which owns the rights to most of the Beatles' songs, WSJ reports.
Google's effort to scan millions of books for a digital library violates copyright law, a group of authors told a U.S. appeals court.
Discussing the art of self-promotion in a high tech world, with Guy Kawasaki, "The Art of Social Media" author.
Veteran actor Kirk Douglas is not dead, contrary to what an obituary that appeared on People magazine's website might have you believe.
Richard Johnson, Bonnier Publishing CEO, discusses the future of the children's book industry.
Andrew Albanese, Publisher's Weekly, discusses the pact signed between Amazon and Hachette for print and digital book.
CNBC's John Harwood and Tyler Mathisen discuss the embarrassing sales so far for Andrew Cuomo's book.
Newspapers of the future will continue to be printed, as many consumers still prefer paper over tablets and smartphones, executives say.
Derek Jeter announces The Players'Tribune, a new publishing company that provides a forum for star athletes and their stories.