Late British designer Alexander McQueen liked to tell his story through his audacious fashions, so getting those who knew him to speak about his personal life proved a challenge for the makers of documentary “McQueen.”
Amazon.com Inc agreed to pay the National Football League about $65 million per year to stream two more seasons of Thursday night games on its Prime Video service, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Facebook shares rose on Wednesday after the social network reported a surprisingly strong 63 percent rise in profit and an increase in users, with no sign that business was hurt by a recent mishandling of personal data.
Strong growth in ad sales on Google search and YouTube were not enough to offset a surge in costs at parent Alphabet Inc that shrank the first-quarter operating margin, leaving shares flat after hours on Monday.
Facebook said on Tuesday it would continue requiring people to accept targeted ads as a condition of using its service, a stance that may help keep its business model largely intact despite a new EU privacy law.
Lagardère announced on Wednesday that it has begun exclusive negotiations with press firm Czech Media Invest in the hopes of selling its French magazines, including Elle, the group's iconic women's magazine.
Karl Lagerfeld has sparked his latest media furor, after the fashion designer told a French indie magazine that he was “fed up” with the #MeToo movement. Leading actress Rose McGowan to brand him a "dinosaur misogynist."
Launchmetrics has released its 4th “State of Influencer Marketing” report, revealing a number of trends, including skews in target demographics, changes in influencer remuneration and the rise of micro-influencers.
The European Union’s top antitrust regulator, Margrethe Vestager, has made it her mission to stem alleged anti-competitive abuses by big American tech companies, threatening as recently as last month to break up Alphabet Inc’s Google.
The Facebook Chief Executive on Tuesday navigated through the first of two U.S. congressional hearings without making any further promises to support new legislation or change how the social network does business.