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  • Music streaming company Rhapsody hits 2 million subscribers

    Music streaming company Rhapsody hits 2 million subscribers
    Rhapsody International, a streaming music company that competes with Spotify, has reached 2 million paying subscribers, it said late Monday. The milestone for the Seattle company that owns Rhapsody and Napster comes as the firm looks to countries...
  • PGS, OuiDO and Smiley Team up on Original TV Series

    PARIS- Smiley, the creator of the emoticon, is joining forces with international sales powerhouse PGS Entertainment and OuiDO! Productions ("Alvinnn!!! and The Chipmunks") to launch an original animated TV series around the brand. The new series, which...
  • YouTube's biggest stars are cashing in offline

    YouTube's biggest stars are cashing in offline
    Before the makeup line, the book deal and the product endorsements, Michelle Phan was just another girl trying to make it big on YouTube. She rose to fame with her viral video tutorials, sharing makeup tips and emulating looks inspired by Lady Gaga,...
  • Tyson seals acquisition of Hillshire Brands

    Tyson seals acquisition of Hillshire Brands
    Chicago-based Hillshire Brands Co. will be part of Arkansas-based Tyson Foods Inc. by late September, both companies said on Wednesday. Hillshire has officially inked a deal following Tyson’s June 9 acquisition offer of $63 per share, which works...
  • Apple Secures Broad Smartwatch Patent

    Apple, expected to launch an "iWatch" later this year, landed a sweeping patent covering a "wrist-worn electronic device." The tech giant on Tuesday was granted U.S. Patent No. 8,787,006, covering an electronic wristwatch that could work in conjunction...
  • George Clooney may be wearing Armani on his wedding day

    Sources told WWD that a team from Giorgio Armani's Milan office flew to George Clooney's home in Lake Como, Italy, to start fitting him and his groomsmen for his September wedding. His intended, Amal Alamuddin, is said to still be considering designers,...
  • Apple fiscal third-quarter revenue growth driven by iPhone, Mac sales

    Apple fiscal third-quarter revenue growth driven by iPhone, Mac sales
    Apple posted strong fiscal third-quarter results driven by iPhone and Mac sales. The company on Tuesday reported quarterly revenue of $37.4 billion and net profit of $7.7 billion, or $1.28 per diluted share. Analysts had expected profit of $1.23 a...
  • Supermarkets boost sustainable seafood offerings

    Supermarkets boost sustainable seafood offerings
    The specialized market for sustainable seafood has gone mainstream. Even Wal-Mart is promoting its environmental credentials in the seafood aisle. More supermarket shoppers are demanding to know they are buying from operations that don't threaten fragile...
  • Glendale Parks: There's an app for that

    As summer approaches, parks visitors may want to check out a city of Glendale Web application that showcases the amenities at each open space. It even gives a three-day weather forecast for the city and provides driving, walking and biking directions....
  • HTC posts profit in second quarter with the help of One (M8) smartphone

    HTC showed signs of life Thursday, reporting a net profit of $75.5 million for the quarter ending June 30. Despite the positive results, analysts remain skeptical of the company's long-term fortunes. The Taiwanese company's second-quarter net...
  • Backlog of Medi-Cal applications under Obamacare cut to 600,000

    Backlog of Medi-Cal applications under Obamacare cut to 600,000
    California's ongoing backlog of Medi-Cal applications under Obamacare has been reduced by about a third since May, said officials at the state's Department of Health Care Services. In an email to The Times, department spokesman Anthony Cava said that...