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Ms. Smith’s column ran for more than three decades, and she offered a gentler view of movie stars and moguls than many other gossip writers.
Many participants in a recent study failed to recreate famous logos from brands like Apple and Starbucks. But some experts say that shouldn’t worry companies.
“Thor: Ragnarok” remained No. 1 at the box office, but two new movies used star power to deliver better-than-expected ticket sales.
Ms. Jones would replace Graydon Carter, who has been in place 25 years. She will be the first woman to edit the magazine since Tina Brown.
With RT agreeing to register, under protest, as a foreign agent in the United States, the Putin government is taking a hard look at CNN, Voice of America and Radio Liberty.
A television anchorman was suspended after a leaked video in which he made a denigrating remark about Afro-Brazilians.
High-profile sexual harassment allegations are making rank-and-file employees worry about their past workplace actions.
The White House’s choice of The New York Times was laden with symbolism.
Mr. Rogin worked at Sports Illustrated and Discover and had a run of short stories in The New Yorker, until a rejection led him to abandon the form abruptly.
The documentary “The Problem With Apu” examines how the stereotypical depiction of the Kwik-E-Mart owner on “The Simpsons” affected a generation of Indian actors.
After reporting that quarterly revenue had declined at three of four major divisions, the company announced a new trilogy of “Star Wars” films.
Several dozen news outlets participated in a new study, which finds that even a few stories can substantially increase discussion about a topic on Twitter.
The far-right leader must now answer judges’ questions about a case involving graphic photographs of Islamic State violence.
James and Lachlan Murdoch did not take questions about reports that Disney had discussed acquiring some of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment business.
Five women described unwelcome touching by Benjamin Genocchio and a total of eight said he made sexually inappropriate comments to them at the Armory Show, Artnet News and Louise Blouin Media.
The Chinese government does not allow its people to access Facebook, but it uses the network to influence opinion overseas.
Like a twisted version of the producers of an unscripted TV show, Kremlin-linked trolls used fake personas to provoke very real drama.
Did Al Gore invent the internet or not?
The untitled drama centered on a morning TV show is the tech giant’s second play against traditional networks and Netflix.
The demands from the Justice Department set up a potential battle over the fate of the pending $85.4 billion deal.