Music streaming sites Spotify and Deezer are among European tech companies and trade associations calling on EU officials to toughen proposed legislation aimed at combating unfair business practices by U.S. giants like Apple, Google and Amazon.
Subscription radio company SiriusXM says it's buying music streaming service Pandora Media Inc. in a stock deal valued at about $3.5 billion that'll allow it to expand its service beyond cars and into homes and other mobile areas.
The deal will create the world’s largest audio entertainment company.
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“Pawn Stars” host Rick Harrison explains why he thinks main street is having a positive effect on the markets.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses the latest on the AT&T-Time Warner merger and the battle between Comcast and 21st Century Fox for Sky.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses the Comcast-Fox bidding battle for Sky.
A federal appeals panel seems poised to reinstate a defamation lawsuit Sarah Palin brought against The New York Times.
Two members of Congress are calling on Google to address concerns that YouTube might violate children's privacy.
“Fox Nation” host Britt McHenry and Trump 2020 Campaign senior adviser Katrina Pierson discuss the clarifications made by The New York Times and The Washington Post about President Trump.
Three people were killed Thursday morning in a shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center in northeast Maryland, officials said.
WWE star turned Knox County, Tennessee, Mayor Glenn Jacobs will once again dawn his mask as "Kane" for a one-off match in Melbourne, Australia.
Former "Saturday Night Live" star Chevy Chase’s bashing of the late night show and its co-creator seems to lack credibility, according to Joe Piscopo.
The embattled cable sports network is looking to offset revenue losses related to cord-cutting.
Defending court approval of its huge merger with Time Warner, AT&T is arguing the Trump Justice Department failed to show that the merger will raise wholesale prices for pay-TV programming and for consumers.
Chevy Chase recently criticized “Saturday Night Live” during an interview with The Washington Pose but former cast member Joe Piscopo said the story is not credible.
It's almost moving day on the stock market.