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  • GLAAD Report Finds Gains in LGBT Characters on Broadcast, Cable

    The number of LGBT characters in primetime series continues to grow, particularly on cable, according to GLAAD's latest survey of primetime programming. GLAAD's annual report on the state of LGBT representation on the small screen finds that 3.9% of...
  • Pepsi lanzará un refresco en Amazon antes que en tiendas

    Pepsi lanzará un refresco en Amazon antes que en tiendas
    NUEVA YORK - PepsiCo va a presentar un producto por primera vez exclusivamente en Amazon.com en un intento del fabricante de refrescos y aperitivos de expandir su huella en el comercio electrónico. El producto, un refresco endulzado de forma natural...
  • REI revamping online store

    SEATTLE Shoppers' rapid embrace of online retail is pushing REI to undertake a big overhaul of its website, as it seeks to translate onto a screen what makes it unique a compelling, informative in-store experience for outdoors enthusiasts. The move comes...
  • AT&T, Chernin Group Name 2 Execs to Run Over-the-Top Video Venture

    Otter Media, the online-video joint venture of AT&T and The Chernin Group, named former American Airlines and AT&T exec Virasb Vahidi as CEO and also appointed ex-YouTube VP of content Tom Pickett to lead its targeted-channels business. Formed in April...
  • Netflix, Weinstein Co. partner for release of 'Crouching Tiger' sequel

    Netflix, Weinstein Co. partner for release of 'Crouching Tiger' sequel
    Netflix, already a player in original TV shows, is taking a stab at new theatrical movies. The online video company has partnered with independent film studio Weinstein Co. for the release of a sequel to the 2000 martial arts movie "Crouching Tiger,...
  • Europe's police need data law changes to fight cybercrime: Europol

    LONDON (Reuters) - Law enforcers in Europe need greater powers to retain data for longer in order to catch cybercriminals selling discrete services that police cannot trace under existing regulations, according to a Europol report published on Monday....
  • Google searches for right note in online music business

    Google searches for right note in online music business
    Google Inc is planning new and revamped streaming-music services in coming weeks, searching for a way to stand out in an increasingly crowded field of rivals from Apple Inc and Amazon.com Inc to Spotify. Nailing music is one way for Google to raise...
  • October 2013: Amazon workers seek pay for time in security checks

    Workers at Amazon.com warehouses across the country are suing the online retail giant to collect wages for time they spent passing through security checkpoints designed to prevent employee theft. In lawsuits filed in Philadelphia and Luzerne County...
  • AT&T Launches Broadband Bundle with HBO, Amazon Prime for $39 per Month

    Want HBO without all those other pricey cable channels? AT&T has a new offer for you. The telco, looking to win over customers disinclined to pay for a full lineup of cable channels, is pitching a stripped-down package that includes HBO, Amazon Prime...
  • With letters in decline, Loyola rips out mailboxes

    With letters in decline, Loyola rips out mailboxes
    When school started at Loyola University Maryland last fall, the administration sent a welcome flier to the mailbox of every student living on campus. By the end of the year, a third of those fliers were still unread. No one ever checked the boxes....
  • At RadioShack, a history of hits and missed chances

    FORT WORTH, Texas During nearly a century in retailing, RadioShack has reinvented itself time and again as the American consumer moved from primitive radio kits to ever-sophisticated audio equipment, CB radios, and then computers and wireless phones. But...