Between its army of beloved franchises and purchase of 20th Century Fox, Disney controls more of the movie business than any studio in generations. What will Hollywood look like under Mickey Mouse’s shadow?
A newly unsealed complaint shows how Google paid Android creator Andy Rubin $90 million in severance after he left the company amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
The exit of the famed designer marks the most significant change to Apple’s leadership since the death of its founder and CEO Steve Jobs in 2011.
God said toilet paper should be normal size. Charmin laughed.
Wayfair Workers Walked Out To Protest The Company's Sale Of Furniture To Immigrant Detention Facilities
Employees asked the company to donate the $86,000 in profits it made in the transaction to the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services. Instead, Wayfair is donating $100,000 to the Red Cross.
"Everyone just kind of dropped their stuff where they were and walked out," said one Florida shopper. "The go-backs for those employees are going to be something else."
A review of dozens of Amazon’s Choice products by BuzzFeed News found listings with troubling product defects and warnings, as well as review manipulation.
“We meant no harm or had any malicious intent in doing this and we are sorry.”
Shoppers on the prowl for a deal at discount retailers may not see a big impact on their wallets as new taxes on Chinese imports take effect.
Prime members in the continental US can get more than 10 million items within one day, Amazon said Monday.
Millions of dollars from US university endowments, foundations, and retirement plans have helped fund two billion-dollar Chinese facial recognition startups: SenseTime and Megvii. The Chinese government is using their technologies to surveil and profile its own citizens.
Shareholders on Wednesday rejected a proposal backed by 7,700 employees to come up with a climate change plan.
Glam Fashion Brand Oh Polly Has Apologised After Its “Inclusive” Instagram Page Spectacularly Backfired
“Oh Polly made a serious error of judgement for which we take full responsibility and sincerely apologise.”
Last month, Uber hoped the public markets would value it at $100 billion. Investment bankers wanted even more.
But can the Marvel Studios juggernaut topple Avatar?
Pornhub confirmed to BuzzFeed News that it is interested in acquiring Tumblr after news broke that Verizon is looking to sell the blogging platform.
Hide your kids, hide your likes.
Marvel Studios' 22nd film debuted with $1.22 billion worldwide. Yes, that's billion with a B.
United Airlines and Delta have covered the cameras on their entertainment systems after passenger outcry over privacy concerns. American Airlines said plans to do the same.
Studios just haven’t released nearly enough hit movies this year.
Silicon Valley says it’s committed to improving diversity, but high-profile male executives accused of sexual misconduct are getting second chances. Some advocates are wondering why.
One Of The BBC’s Most Senior Journalists Gave An Off-The-Record Keynote Presentation To A Global Tobacco Giant
In two statements, Philip Morris International said the terms of Jon Sopel's speech – including how much he was paid and what he said – were confidential.
A transparency tool on Facebook inadvertently provides a window into the confusing maze of companies you’ve never heard of who appear to have your data.
Sorry, Wall Street. The vest purveyor of choice for tech and finance bros now is prioritizing bulk orders of corporate swag to mission-driven companies.
“My generation failed you. Completely failed you,” said Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck. “We played the game the way it was laid out.”
Apple canceled its wireless charging product saying in a statement that it was unable to meet its own standards for design and manufacturing.
An estimated 10,000 people have been left stranded by the low-budget Icelandic airline.
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After The Proliferation Of The New Zealand Shooting Video, Reddit Has Banned Two Channels Showing Human Death
The subreddits /r/watchpeopledie and /r/gore have been scrubbed from the popular social networking site after users continued to share video of the tragedy in violation of Reddit’s terms of service.
The departure of both men named Chris represents a dramatic change at the social network, which just reorganized its leadership structure last March.