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How Did AT&T’s $100 Billion Time Warner Deal Go So Wrong?

A year later, in the summer of 2016, Mr. Ginsberg, Time Warner’s head of communications, had breakfast with Peter Chernin, his former boss at News Corp. and a trusted adviser […]







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After Hollywood’s #MeToo Reckoning, a Fear It Was Only Short-Lived

The movement led to increased diversity and representation in the entertainment industry, but now there is worry that executives have turned their attention elsewhere. Read More




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Suzanne Scott’s Vision for Fox News Gets Tested in Court

Suzanne Scott remade Fox News Media into a lucrative consumer brand. But a $1.6 billion defamation suit against the company is testing her strategy and leadership. Read More







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Is There a Future for Late-Night Talk Shows?

Big changes are coming to the longtime staple of television programming, as the genre struggles to make the leap to the streaming world. Read More










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At Corporate Pep Rally, Disney CEO Pitches Warmer, Fuzzier Side

Every few years, the Walt Disney Company stages a colossal pep rally for its most-ardent fans. The three-day event is called D23 Expo, and roughly 140,000 people pay anywhere from […]