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Mr. Weinstein submitted his resignation during a meeting with the company’s remaining board members, who had convened to affirm his earlier firing.
A French social media campaign inspired by the scandal around the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has put the spotlight on proposed new laws.
With a populist media tycoon likely to become prime minister, the results may determine if an East-West fissure in the European Union becomes a chasm.
The abrupt defection of Lisa Wilkinson, a co-host of the popular “Today Show,” to a rival network is reigniting a debate about a gender pay gap in media.
The company beat expectations by adding 5.3 million subscribers in the third quarter and said it would ramp up its spending on original content.
Using the leaked Panama Papers, the journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, exposed Malta’s links to offshore tax havens.
With women in the entertainment industry leading the discussion, talk of sexual harassment floods social media.
The company, reeling from scandals surrounding Harvey Weinstein, said it would begin negotiations on selling some or all of its assets to Colony Capital.
Twitter bots are winning fans by formatting President Trump’s posts to look like official statements, or tracking the accounts he and his inner circle follow.
We’re giving away a lot more information than we’re getting from Mark Zuckerberg and his friends.
As businesses chase evanescent market trends, young workers are being pulled into programs to give advice to the top ranks of their companies.
Brands work very hard to connect with the millennial generation, but baby boomers are large in number and have money to spend.
Continuing a horror boom at the box office, “Happy Death Day” arrived as the No. 1 movie in North America, with $26.5 million in ticket sales.
In this week’s episode, Charlie Spiering, a White House correspondent for Breitbart News, spoke to The Times about how he does his job, what he makes of the controversy surrounding his employer and more.
In an emergency session brought about by the recent public accusations, the board voted to remove the mogul whose studios won more than 80 Oscars.
Comedians in some Asian countries must have their scripts approved while finding creative ways to joke about sex and politics so as not to offend the government.
“Business is continuing as usual,” says the executive, after published accusations against his brother, Harvey, have left the company in turmoil.
The academy has long insisted that professional achievement is what counts, but now it stands at a precipice, and Harvey Weinstein could change everything.
Writers from across the political spectrum take on the fallout from accusations of sexual misconduct by the Hollywood producer.
Isa Hackett, of “The Man in the High Castle,” goes public with her story of lewd propositions she says Roy Price made toward her in 2015.