Archive for July 2007
The winner of valuable wireless airwaves the U.S. government plans to sell by early next year would have to permit consumers to connect using any device or software
Bebo-hosted serial from LonelyGirl team tests interactive storytelling capabilities of social-networking sites.
Having made his fortune with salacious tabloids and screaming headlines, he will now take possession of one of the world’s most prestigious media franchises.
Today the battle ended. Rupert Murdoch has officially been granted enough votes by the Bancroft family to buy Dow Jones & Company, publisher of The Wall Street Journal, for $5 billion.
There was a time, not long ago, when a 10-year-old boy could head to a neighborhood fair, get his face painted like a Halloween zombie and blurt out something utterly inane to a local TV news correspondent and nobody would ever think about it again.
Bancroft family members owning 32% of votes have agreed to support bid.
One user got the blue screen of death, another struggled with iTunes and Vista, but ‘mostly we hear … “I love my iPhone” ’
The chairman of Viacom and CBS on growth, succession, stock performance, his daughter Shari, and his plan to live forever
FT owner is talking to a number of potential partners about new ways to display the newspaper's journalism as it weighs the effects of Rupert Murdoch's bid for Dow Jones.
Google is setting the stage for its biggest push yet into the U.S. mobile market, in a strategy that delicately straddles the line between partnering and competing with major cell phone operators.