Mar 2, 2012 10:23AM ET
Sleep Train became the first advertiser to drop Rush Limbaugh over his recent tasteless comments about women and contraception, but if a growing Twitter campaign to boycott his advertisers is any indication, it won't be the last.
Mar 2, 2012 9:18AM ET
The answer would be around $900 million.
Mar 2, 2012 9:16AM ET
Though you wouldn't know it from picking up some British newspapers today, the fact that one-time News Corp. editor Rebekah Brooks was loaned a retired police horse wasn't that a big deal.
Mar 1, 2012 6:29PM ET
Even if you haven't heard of the upcoming Internet TV project Aereo, you can probably sympathize with the consortium of studios that isn't happy about a competitor profiting off of the content they worked hard to produce.
Mar 1, 2012 5:47PM ET
"Who were your heroes growing up as a child, and who are they today?" Viggo Mortensen was asked. He answered. And answered.
Mar 1, 2012 2:18PM ET
The image of a freelance writer seems so easy and glamorous: Write important articles on your laptop at coffeeshops by day, rub elbows with thought leaders at cocktail parties by night, all without ever punching a clock or having a boss like a square.
Mar 1, 2012 12:50PM ET
To understand Andrew Breitbart's legacy, you first need to understand what he set out to do: turn back the terrible creeping forces of "cultural Marxism."
Mar 1, 2012 8:49AM ET
Even fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week than the two weeks prior, during which the number had hovered at a four-year low.
Mar 1, 2012 7:00AM ET
Ryan Lizza, Washington correspondent for The New Yorker, on the fall of newspapers, cable news, and blogs and the rise of Twitter in his media menu.
Feb 29, 2012 6:06PM ET
You might be sad to learn that Facebook sends an average of 16 percent of the things you post on Facebook to your friends' news feeds. Then again, you might be glad.
Feb 29, 2012 5:29PM ET
The U.S. economy is destined for a modest year of growth, according to economic experts and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Feb 29, 2012 4:59PM ET
The hallways were impassible outside the daily Page One meeting of the senior-most editors at The New York Times on Wednesday afternoon, due to an unfortunate series of events that has almost 600 journalists up in arms.
Feb 29, 2012 2:29PM ET
Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for James Murdoch and his (literal) parent company News Corp., police are now saying that they felt like News International employees obstructed their investigation.
Feb 29, 2012 2:02PM ET
Conservative video provocateur James O'Keefe filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against Keith Olbermann, his Countdown guest host David Shuster, and their employer Current TV, for saying he'd been convicted of a felony and accused of rape.
Feb 29, 2012 1:48PM ET
Every week we're taking a tally of who's getting heard, what they're saying, and why it matters. This week: Nintendo wakes up, Volkswagen gets emotional and Harley-Davidson posts pretty pictures
Feb 29, 2012 12:59PM ET
Rupert Murdoch's youngest son is stepping down from the company's British newspaper division as revelations about phone hacking and bribery continue to emerge. Here's a look back at Murdoch's years-long tumble.
Feb 29, 2012 12:23PM ET
In the financial and political world, people care about the Nasdaq hitting 3,000 because people care about the Nasdaq hitting 3,000.
Feb 29, 2012 10:56AM ET
Facebook just debuted timelines for companies and The New York Times', which goes back to the papers founding, is amazing.
Feb 29, 2012 10:14AM ET
Three years after he was busted in a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times investigation, General Barry McCaffery is still stoking fears of Iran on NBC and consulting the network's executives and producers.
Feb 29, 2012 9:24AM ET
James Murdoch has stepped down from his post as executive chairman of News International after a rough bout of testimony before a U.K. parliamentary panel investigating phone hacking and bribery.
Feb 28, 2012 4:39PM ET
It flirted with us all week by rising above and finishing below, but finally The Dow Jones Industrial Average has closed a day of trading above 13,000.
Feb 28, 2012 10:18AM ET
The unemployment news has been so good lately that some may have forgotten we're still in a delicate economic recovery, but Tuesday's disappointing reports on housing prices and durable goods orders serve as a reminder that the economic downturn hasn't turned around yet.
Feb 28, 2012 10:13AM ET
Twitter's new plan to start offering business access to at least the past two years of tweet data reads like an attempt to start generating some revenue for the company.
Feb 27, 2012 5:19PM ET
After months of turmoil, the last of the old school TechCrunch staff is stepping down and handing off the keys to a new set of hands.
Feb 27, 2012 12:19PM ET
After hearing all about the horrible working conditions it takes to make our electronics at Foxconn, Mother Jones' Mac McClelland shows us what it takes to ship those products.
Feb 27, 2012 11:19AM ET
The journalist credited with bringing down U.S. Army General Stanley McChrystal is joining the brave new world of #Fail, #LOL and #OMG.
Feb 27, 2012 11:10AM ET
When Julian Assange took the stage at the Frontline Club in London today, there were 25 media companies' logos behind his back. The New York Times was not one of them.
Feb 27, 2012 9:23AM ET
Raking in far more than other phone hacking victims, singer Charlotte Church snagged a $952,000 settlement with the News International group, the AP reports Monday.
Feb 24, 2012 5:33PM ET
Tension remains high years after shady lending practices at banks pushed America into a recession, and most recently, a class action lawsuit is going after Wells Fargo for allegedly colluding with insurance companies to rip off borrowers.
Feb 24, 2012 4:38PM ET
Three cheers for the Standard & Poor's, whose S&P 500 index closed on Friday at 1,365.74, its highest level since June 2008.