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Kodak, a film titan in the 20th century, entered the next one in danger of being mowed down by the digital juggernaut.
Time's fifth annual list of the world's most influential people: leaders, thinkers, heroes, artists, scientists and more.
The "I like this = I'm like this" cultural moment has turned us into self-handicapping snobs: Since we've taken so much care to craft our own perfect "faves" lists on Facebook, we feel more entitled to shrug off anyone whose list doesn't similarly impress.
The future of television is changing before our eyes, as media giants scramble to stake their claims in the wilderness of Internet video.
The European dream is under assault, as the wave of inflation sweeping the globe mixes with this continent’s long-stagnant wages.
Bracing for a prolonged economic downturn, luxury retailers are lavishing new attention on their lower-end factory-outlet stores.
Abolish the powerless Wall Street Journal special committee.
Microsoft Corp. is expected to make its next move in the three-month-old takeover standoff with Yahoo Inc. as early as Wednesday, as the two sides have failed to reach any negotiated acquisition deal.
The ouster of The Wall Street Journal’s top editor last week did not live up to conditions that the News Corporation had agreed to when it bought Dow Jones & Company in December, a special oversight committee for the newspaper said Tuesday.
Hannah Montana can carry a tune and, apparently, a billion-dollar corporation. Disney was floundering until it plugged in its tween dream machine, cranking out the bubblegum-pop stars that make young girls scream—and spend, spend, spend.