Time Warner, DirecTV, AT&T and others are interested in acquiring all or a piece of the video site.
They're up in arms over 'The Simpsons: Tapped Out,' which has snarky comments about the NRA squirreled away in it.
The British comic's interview turns into a much-deserved criticism of wrongheaded media tactics.
Rupert Murdoch's media empire has more than its share of family drama, but that doesn't mean it's a bad investment.
A judge rules that a movie studio should pay interns working on 'Black Swan.' Other recession-era interns are also filing suit.
Editorial board member Dorothy Rabinowitz's rant against New York City's bike-sharing program is generating little but mockery.
Influential Internet analyst Mary Meeker says the category is growing overall -- except for one company.
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