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With the court approval of its acquisition of Time Warner, a telecommunications company moves one step closer to the glittering arena of show business.
In his 10 years at National Public Radio, Mr. Bennet brought financial stability to the organization, which had been on shaky fiscal ground.
The cable giant’s bid for the bulk of Fox’s businesses sets up a fight with Disney, which has already struck a $52.4 billion deal for Rupert Murdoch’s empire.
It’s the same family, but 14 years later, technological advances mean a much more subtle look for “Incredibles 2.”
After malware recently infected hundreds of thousands of Wi-Fi routers, our personal tech columnist came up with this guide for ensuring the security of networking gear.
Digital comics. New apps. More interactivity. Here’s what technology has done to the comic books industry.
The Trump administration had sued to block the deal, saying that it would lead to fewer choices and higher prices for consumers.
The Times said that it was reviewing Ali Watkins’s involvement in the case, including her relationship with James Wolfe, a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide.
AT&T’s court victory in its bid to buy Time Warner is the starting gun for a raft of media mergers that could upend the industry.
The ruling expected Tuesday in the AT&T-Time Warner case is just the latest chapter in AT&T’s tangles with United States antitrust law over the years.
A well-traveled print and broadcast reporter, he covered the biggest stories of his day, including the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement.
In his half-century at Mad, Mr. Meglin became the chief barometer of whether the magazine’s humor had gone too far — or not far enough.
A look at the most memorable moments from this year’s ceremony celebrating Broadway.
Jennifer Salke, the new head of the tech giant’s TV and movie division, is letting Hollywood know that the door is open for creative talent to find a home at Amazon.
In 454 pages made public by Congress on Monday, Facebook provided responses to more than 2,000 questions from lawmakers over its policies.
The internet was supposed to operate outside communications monopolies. Now it is run by giants — and net neutrality didn’t stand a chance, our tech columnist says.
Craig Newmark’s website for classified ads siphoned off more than $5 billion from the newspaper industry, according to one study. But he says his donation is not motivated by guilt.
Sunday night’s telecast of the Tony Awards drew 6.3 million viewers on CBS, a modest uptick but a contrast to plummeting numbers for the Oscars and Grammys.
The rapper’s new album is his eighth consecutive to open at No. 1, with the equivalent of 208,000 U.S. album sales its debut week.
A 21st century marketing success story.