Jack Marshall of The Wall Street Journal discusses ‘The Pangea Alliance’ between five publishers.
Merkle CEO David Williams discusses the ramp-up in digital advertising.
CRT Capital Analyst Neil Doshi on the tech sector companies that are potential takeover targets.
Topeka Capital Markets analyst David Miller on the broadcast television networks announcing their new shows.
33Across CEO Eric Wheeler on getting users engaged in advertisements online.
MSCO CEO Mark Stevens compares internet advertising with traditional television advertising.
WGI Group co-founder Mike Walrath talks investments.
Consumer trend watcher Hitha Prabhakar on online advertising , Victoria’s Secret and Bed Bath & Beyond.
Barron’s senior editor Jack Hough argues dot-coms won’t be able to grow into their market values.
Comcast Corp (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC) executives sought to reassure lawmakers on Wednesday that their planned merger would not send cable ...
MDC Partners CEO Miles Nadal on the changing media landscape and advertising spending.
Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) is reportedly stepping up its online video plans by attempting to land pricey original programming that would normally be reserved for cable TV a...
Shares of Rubicon Project Inc, a provider of online advertising services, rose as much as 32 percent in their market debut, valuing the company at about $670 million...
InPowered CEO Peyman Nilforoush on the company and how it provides a new way for businesses to optimize advertising.
Moat CEO Jonah Goodhart discusses how his company tracks advertising viewership.
Money Map Press’ Michael Robinson discusses Google stock.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent takes a closer look at the idea of a joint venture between Verizon and AOL.
Kantar Retail head of Research Bryan Gildenberg on Google’s plan to take on Amazon in the ecommerce sector.
Flipboard CEO Mike McCue discusses why he started with world’s first social magazine and his views on Google and Facebook.
Former CollegeHumor CEO Paul Greenberg on the shift from TV to online ads.