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The Huffington Post today announced that it had chosen Mariah Stewart, a journalist based in St. Louis, as its inaugural "Ferguson Fellow" to investigate the August 9 killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
In the first part of my history of early online LGBTQ spaces, I focused on the newsgroup soc.motss and the singular group of people it drew together.
Google settles suit over drug ads, to spend $250M on changes, Re/code says Google has agreed to spend at least $50M a year for at least five years on an internal effort to make content about prescription drug abuse more visible and work with legitimate pharmacies to counter marketing by non-U.S. drug sellers as part of settlement to end shareholder ... (more)
StudioNow, a Nashville-based video creation marketplace formed in 2007, is opening two new offices following a $5 million Series B fundraising round.
A number of stock research firms have changed their ratings and price targets for Time Warner during the last seven days: Time Warner had its price target lowered by analysts at FBR Capital Markets from $90.00 to $85.00.
A fee dispute between Time Warner Cable Inc. and its competitors that has left Los Angeles Dodgers games blacked out for most fans is threatening to undermine the merger of the nation's two largest cable-television companies.
For merger arbitrage funds playing this year's hot deal-making market, one exchange-traded fund has pulled ahead - on the upside and the downside.
I've been covering the business of news, information and entertainment in one form or another for more than 10 years.
After months of hype for new, original content , Microsoft announced that it would shut down its entertainment division.
The New York-based multinational mass media company AOL Inc. reported its second-quarter earnings on August 6, posting total revenue of $606.8 million, and beat Street estimates of $595 million.
Tim Armstrong, CEO of AOL Inc., center, talks with attendees before speaking at the Society of American Business Editors and Writers 2013 Spring Conference in D.C. on April 4. About 20 years ago, the AOL startup disc was as ubiquitous as McDonald's locations.
Selectmen approved the transfer of control of the cable-television license of Charter Communications, Inc., to Comcast Corps.
Walt Disney Company is not on the dividend champions or achievers lists of dividend growth.
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