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The industry is pushing out a diverse lineup of titles and promoting new consoles to compete for people’s wallets.
Citing hypertension, Mr. Mohn stepped away as staff members have criticized his handling of sexual harassment allegations against a former newsroom leader, Michael Oreskes.
Talks broke down after the private equity firm took a closer look.
The latest financial results for the messaging and media company Snap included higher costs and a net loss more than triple that of a year ago.
The social media service is doubling its character limit for almost all users, a major change that it hopes will spur more activity across Twitter.
The warning is an aggressive move by the British satellite giant to win regulatory approval for a deal that has been under review for nearly a year.
The cloak-and-dagger undertaking is said to have included the use of an agent who posed as a women’s rights advocate to befriend and spy on the actress Rose McGowan.
The organization, which awards the Primetime Emmys, says widespread examples of the Hollywood producer’s behavior toward women are “deeply disturbing.”
The two media companies are no longer talking, but a deal, which may still be in the works, would make sense for Disney, analysts said.
Four executives at major streaming services said they did not expect “Reputation” to be made available for streaming, at least at first.
The country star sold 205,000 CDs of “Live in No Shoes Nation” thanks to a promotion with concert tickets.
More women have risen to top creative jobs since the 3% Movement began. But they say they still have a way to go to change “Mad Men” thinking.
Before the recent attack in Lower Manhattan, an ISIS online publication offered tips on how to use a truck for “reaping large numbers of casualties.”
Disney scored big with Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok,” which took in more than $400 million globally over the weekend.
The columnist, David Horsey, said even his daughter criticized his description of the White House press secretary as a “slightly chunky soccer mom.”
The app has more than 11 million weekly viewers. But some disturbing knockoff videos have reached children, upsetting parents.