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Vertical Networks, founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, has become a major supplier of app-centric video series that are drawing young viewers on Snapchat, Facebook and YouTube.
Her first book, “What a Time to Be Alone,” is an antidote to traditional self-help books, which she says often speak only to “privileged people from the first world.”
The Manhattan district attorney and the state attorney general want the network to turn over information from its internal investigation, according to an S.E.C. filing.
A U.S. appeals court ordered the new trial in a suit accusing the band of copying a riff from the band Spirit for the intro to its 1971 song.
New directives betray a mounting anxiety among Chinese leaders that the country could be facing a worsening slump as the trade war with the United States intensifies.
The stars of the new sitcom “The Neighborhood” discuss why multicam comedies still matter and the current “spotlight” on CBS.
For a few fleeting moments earlier this year, it seemed as if the red carpet had magically changed course.
Mr. Trump called a paid China Daily insert in an Iowa newspaper “propaganda.” Chinese officials said the advertising was both lawful and commonplace.
The political and gender divide in America played out on TV not just in what Christine Blasey and Brett Kavanaugh said, but how they said it.
The coverage of the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh reflected a nation bitterly divided, but also produced a rare collective civic moment.
An 80-minute news conference made clear that President Trump is never more comfortable than when he is mixing it up with the media he loves to say he hates.
Sweden’s advertising ombudsman ruled that a job advertisement using the “distracted boyfriend” meme discriminated against women.
The deal, worth $15 billion, ends Rupert Murdoch’s connection with Sky, and provides money for Disney to invest in streaming.
The City will start in January and operate independently from the magazine. It plans to hire 15 journalists to focus on beats like transportation, politics and affordable housing.
The appointment of Mr. Parsons, a former Time Warner and Citigroup chairman, is the latest move in a continuing shake-up during what has been a turbulent period for the company.
He oversaw the expansion of U.S. News & World Report’s annual college rankings, a boon to high school seniors but also a target of criticism.
The treats remain but they are not a part of the company’s new “brand identity.” The shift is a nod to the chain’s beverage sales, which make up 60 percent of its business.
And now we can all say Zendaya properly.
The woman, who worked as a contractor for Facebook for nine months, cited her viewing of thousands of images of rapes, killings and other disturbing acts.
Brett M. Kavanaugh submitted to questions about allegations of sexual misconduct, the first time in memory that a Supreme Court nominee was interviewed on TV before a confirmation vote.