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  • Billboard won't count Jay-Z sales to Samsung on its chart

    Jay-Z may have sold a million copies of his upcoming album to Samsung, but those sales won’t count on the influential Billboard 200 chart, which ranks album sales, the magazine said. Bill Werde, Billboard’s editorial director, said in a...
  • Facebook to clone Flipboard next, report says

    Facebook, which has never shied away from copying its rivals' features, is now working on a mobile service that would display news content in a visually appealing, magazine style, similar to what startup Flipboard already does. The Wall Street Journal...
  • 21st Century Fox senior team to include Julie Henderson

    21st Century Fox senior team to include Julie Henderson
    Public relations executive Julie Henderson will wear a new hat as chief communications officer for the soon-to-be entertainment company 21st Century Fox. The split of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. into two publicly traded companies later this week has...
  • Warner's Tsujihara sets tone. Garcetti reaches out to Hollywood.

    Warner's Tsujihara sets tone. Garcetti reaches out to Hollywood.
    After the coffee. Before seeing how "Under the Dome" did in the ratings. The Skinny: I've been watching some pilots lately. I like FX's "The Bridge" and surprisingly enjoyed Fox's "Sleepy Hollow," which normally wouldn't be my cup of tea. Tuesday's...
  • Rupert Murdoch awaiting California liquor license

    Rupert Murdoch awaiting California liquor license
    Rupert Murdoch’s days of wine and roses have been delayed as the media titan’s planned purchase of the picturesque 16-acre Moraga Vineyards in the hills above Bel-Air has hit a bureaucratic snag. The state of California has not yet issued...
  • Barnes & Noble rewrites its Nook tablet strategy

    Barnes & Noble is getting out of the color tablet business (mostly). It announced Tuesday that it will cease production of its color Nook tablets -- although it plans to allow third parties to produce them, under pending licensing deals. Could this be a...
  • News Corp. reviews costs; Wall Street Journal offers buyouts

    Rupert Murdoch wants his newspapers lean and mean for their roll-out on Wall Street. On Friday, Murdoch will have completed the breakup of his media empire. One company — News Corp. — will consist of Murdoch's newspapers, including the...
  • Google developing video game console, plans to release Nexus Q

    Google developing video game console, plans to release Nexus Q
    Google is reportedly building a video game console based on its Android operating system that could come out this fall. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Google is hoping to expand on the success of its Android smartphones and tablets by...
  • Curtis Sittenfeld talks "Sisterland"

    Curtis Sittenfeld talks "Sisterland"
    They're staples of sci-fi, fantasy and horror fiction, but psychic phenomena — extrasensory perception, channeling, communication with the dead and so on — rarely figure prominently in literary novels. In "Sisterland," however, best-selling...
  • News Corp. divides into two companies; 21st Century Fox is born

    News Corp. divides into two companies; 21st Century Fox is born
    Rupert Murdoch's sprawling, $75-billion global empire has broken into two separate companies: 21st Century Fox and a much smaller News Corp. Friday afternoon, just after the close of trading, the company finalized the transaction that had been in the...
  • Global Entry program for fliers: You don't have to be a VIP

    Finally, I am a card-carrying member of the Global Entry program. After months of procrastination, I may now be able to enter the country more quickly. But that wasn't my primary goal. So why bother? I confessed in a Dec. 30 On the Spot column that I...