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On the heels of the Wall Street Journal's announcement it was seeking to get rid of a "substantial" number of employees through buyouts, Gannett, the nation's largest media company, announced it will lay off 2 percent of the employees by the end of this week.
Hugh Jackman's Wolverine was the face of The X-Men franchise. Who could possibly replace him?
A Recipe For Affordable Legal Representation My wife is a great cook and watches “The Cooking Channel” for new recipes. I’m fascinated by her ability to translate the TV chefs’ recipes into delicious meals at home. It made me wonder: is there a recipe for affordable legal representation? Approximately 90% of [...]
Two high-profile Bollywood films clash this Friday in India and Bollywood-friendly markets.
The most unsatisfactory result in a football game is when it ends in a tie. Sunday the Cardinals and Seahawks played a boring, defense dominated game which ended up in a 6-6 tie in an inconclusive overtime. Games like that contribute to the current ratings slump for the NFL and [...]
Shutterstock Teenagers are under more pressure than ever before. Many of these challenges are familiar, trying to find their self-identity, gain independence, and fit in with their peers. However, teenagers are facing new challenges such associal media, digital technology, and gender identity. I wanted to gain a better understanding of the types [...]
Volkswagen is keen to put behind it the diesel-engine scandal that is costing it North of $15 billion. Now that the settlement has been approved by a federal judge, and checks are being cut, the irony is that VW could see a sales spike if a lot of customers re-up [...]
Target is planning for a very digital Christmas. For the make or break selling season, theretailer expects 35% of online orders to be picked up in store, where 1,000 locations will double as distribution centers amid a flurry of holiday initiatives – from a new Wondershop featuring over 2,000 new products [...]
Major League Baseball has prided itself on inclusion. So why do the Cleveland Indians have a logo in Chief Wahoo that's racially insensitive?
Chipotle Mexican Grill reported third quarter fiscal 2016 earnings Tuesday afternoon, and both profit and sales results came in short of the analyst consensus.
The Series isn't over but already we can call a preemptive win for the Chicago Cubs, whose participation in the World Series is likely to break all merchandise records.
To satisfy the ideological demands of both parties, the U.S. political system has created a tax code that is progressive, as Democrats demand, but, in line with GOP principles, raises too little money to pay for the government that most Americans seem to want. Alan Viard and Sita Nataraj Slavov of the American Enterprise Institute have an incendiary proposal to fix that.
FORBES' annual Under 30 Summit wrapped up in Boston last week--after keynotes from Richard Branson, Jessica Alba, Ashton Kutcher and many more--but the search for the next class of honorees is still very much ongoing.
The Golden State Warriors are set to begin the upcoming NBA season with large expectations. Even after their shocking NBA Finals defeat against the Cleveland Cavaliers, where they held a 3-1 series lead, they still returned the two-time MVP in Stephen Curry and two Olympic gold medalists in Draymond Green and Klay Thompson. Then on July 5th everything changed.
If an autonomous car can’t make it through a self-serve car wash, how’s it supposed to work in a blustery winter snowstorm?
What's the point in rooting for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football against the Minnesota Vikings?
AT&T (T) wants to acquire Time Warner Inc ($TWX) for $85.4 billion. Over the past 72 hours, this has been the lead story in the financial media. People in favor of the deal argue the deal does not raise anti-trust issues because AT&T is a telecommunication company and Time Warner is primarily a media company. Show More Summary
Seven of the country singer's albums have now sold at least 10 million copies in the U.S. alone, which is a first in the music industry.
The explosion of music festivals worldwide has resulted inevitably in a need to diversify. The ultimate diversification, in one sense, is to assemble an unbeatable lineup. That was certainly the case for Desert Trip, which will likely go down in history as the largest revenue generating festival in history. It [...]
"DirecTV Now" will launch with partnerships from at least 3 major TV companies.