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  • In MSNBC Debut, Ronan Farrow Opts to Talk Foreign Affairs -- Not Woody Allen's

    Ronan Farrow took to MSNBC Monday to demonstrate his access to big-name guests, his facility with complex topics of global import and, subtly, to toss cold water on the idea that his family affairs might become part of his program's daily conversation....
  • Film Review: 'After the Dark'

    Credit for being offbeat can only do so much to redeem a neither-fish-nor-fowl bore like "After the Dark," whose exploitable elements go tastefully unexploited while its gestures toward profundity turn out to be playing air guitar. This what-if fantasy,...
  • Warren Buffett says $1-billion basketball bet 'will be the most fun'

    Warren Buffett says $1-billion basketball bet 'will be the most fun'
    Even billionaires like Warren Buffett think watching sports is more fun with a little money on the line. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is insuring a Quicken Loans contest that will award $1 billion to anyone who can correctly guess the winners of all...
  • Warren Buffett offers $1 billion for a perfect March Madness bracket

    Think you can guess the winners of all 67 games in this spring's NCAA men's basketball tournament? Warren Buffett is betting a fortune that you can't. In what may be the largest sports bet in history, Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. will pay $1...
  • Buffett's Billion-Dollar Bracket Deal Made In Connecticut

    Before Warren Buffett offered $1 billion for anyone who filled out a perfect NCAA March Madness bracket, he turned to one of his Connecticut insurance companies to make sure it was a safe bet. And it's about as safe as a bet can be. ESPN, after 16...
  • Super Bowl: Can a Wild Bear and a Shocking Message Win This Ad Agency Greater Fame?

    When a huge brown bear ambles across TV screens this Sunday to the strains of Bob Dylan's "I Want You," it may be taking a big step for an ad agency as well. Droga5 isn't as entrenched a resident of Madison Avenue as better known ad firms such as Leo...
  • Discovery's Science Channel Launches 'Sci2′ Digital Video Spinoff (EXCLUSIVE)

    Science Channel has launched a digital-only video brand, Sci2, aiming to reach science-minded millennials with a mix of curated YouTube clips and original content -- including some material it wouldn't find suitable for TV. In dot-com fashion, the...
  • AAC Recognizes UConn's Amida Brimah As Rookie Of Week

    Amida Brimah's breakout game against Central Florida on Saturday was recognized by the American Athletic Conference. Brimah, the freshman from Ghana and Miami, had 20 points, eight rebounds and five blocks in 20 minutes in the Huskies' 84-61 victory...
  • Geico passes Allstate to become No. 2 U.S. auto insurer

    Geico passes Allstate to become No. 2 U.S. auto insurer
    Geico unseated Northbrook-based Allstate as the No. 2 U.S. auto insurer in the third quarter, a new analysis shows. SNL Financial, which tracks data in industries including banking and insurance, reported that Geico logged $4.89 billion in direct...
  • Insurance help? No. Gun pandering? Yes.

    Insurance help? No. Gun pandering? Yes.
    When it comes to insurance rates, homeowners in Florida have been getting hammered. We're talking increases of 10 percent, 20 percent, even 50 percent in a single year. And state officials simply let it happen. Until now, anyway. Finally, after...
  • Midnight Madness: More Networks Are Staying Up Past Your Bedtime

    During his stint on CBS' "The Late Late Show," Craig Ferguson has been known to joke that only a handful of people are watching, and that the folks from his network are not among them. Yet many TV executives are starting to give the wee hours of the...