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  • Media executives' pay packages are still in stratosphere

    Media executives' pay packages are still in stratosphere
    Among captains of industry, entertainment executives continue to reap some of the biggest rewards when it comes to compensation. The biggest pay day so far went to Discovery Communications Chief Executive David Zaslav, who received a $156.1-million...
  • How Tim Armstrong steered AOL back to the future

    How Tim Armstrong steered AOL back to the future
    In 2009, when Tim Armstrong took over as chief executive of AOL Inc., he faced a daunting task: Turn around a company that had gone from an Internet pioneer to near obsolescence in less than a decade. Six years later, Armstrong has not only revived AOL,...
  • AOL's video a key lure for Verizon in $4.4-billion acquisition

    AOL's video a key lure for Verizon in $4.4-billion acquisition
    Nearly everybody, it seems, carries a smartphone. As a result, everything's going mobile. So why, then, would Verizon, already the nation's largest wireless carrier and a giant in mobile communications, want to pay $4.4 billion to buy an old-line...
  • Verizon deal extends four-year surge in AOL's stock price

    Verizon deal extends four-year surge in AOL's stock price
    AOL Inc.'s stock price soared Tuesday in response to the merger agreement with Verizon Communications Inc., extending a four-year rally in AOL's shares. After the companies said Verizon would buy AOL for $50 a share, or $4.4 billion, AOL's stock...
  • Verizon deal to buy AOL continues media consolidation

    A year ago, when telephone giant AT&T unveiled its $49-billion deal to buy satellite TV company DirecTV, the industry asked: What about Verizon? On Tuesday, Verizon responded: You've got mail! The telecommunications company announced its $4.4...
  • Verizon barges into online video, buying AOL for $4.4B

    Verizon barges into online video, buying AOL for $4.4B
    Verizon is buying AOL for about $4.4 billion, advancing the telecom's push in both mobile and advertising fields. The acquisition gives Verizon an entry into increasingly competitive online and mobile video. The New York company is the country's largest...
  • Comcast reveals new prototype retail store in Chicago

    Comcast reveals new prototype retail store in Chicago
    Cable and Internet giant Comcast unveiled a new prototype retail store in Chicago on Tuesday that it hopes will raise the bar on its customer service experience. Dubbed Studio Xfinity, the store at 901 Weed St. in Lincoln Park will offer what it calls...
  • Comcast must show what's next after collapse of deal

    Comcast must show what's next after collapse of deal
    Comcast, which reports financial results on Monday, faces some tough questions about what's next for the country's biggest cable company after its dreams of a far-reaching network collapsed with the death of its $45 billion Time Warner Cable deal....
  • Hulu announces AMC Networks deal, brings Jerry Seinfeld on stage at Upfront presentation

    Hulu announces AMC Networks deal, brings Jerry Seinfeld on stage at Upfront presentation
    A show about nothing could be something big for Hulu. Jerry Seinfeld took the stage at Hulu's annual presentation before potential advertisers to promote the company's deal to exclusively stream all 180 episodes of the 1990s sitcom juggernaut....
  • Robert B. Reich: Why so many Americans feel powerless

    A security guard recently told me he didn't know how much he'd be earning from week to week because his firm kept changing his schedule and his pay. "They just don't care," he said. A traveler I met in the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport last...
  • Cablevision Strikes Deal To Offer Hulu Streaming Services

    NEW YORK (AP) — Cablevision Systems Corp. struck a deal with Hulu to offer the Internet television service's on-demand content to its Optimum customers, the first pay-TV company to do so. Bethpage, New York-based Cablevision did not provide...