Tesla Sues Employee For Alleged Fake News Leaks To Media A former employee hacked into computers at Tesla’s Nevada battery factory, stole confidential information and combined it with falsehoods in leaks to the media.
Disney Buying Large Part Of 21st Century Fox In $52.4 Billion DealDisney is buying a large part of the Murdoch family's 21st Century Fox for about $52.4 billion in stock, including film and television studios and cable and international TV businesses.
Britney Spears Blasts Media, Covers Bonnie Raitt In VegasSpears did not hold while talking about the press before covering Bonnie Raitt's "Something to Talk About."
Trump Tweets Mock Video Showing Him Tackling, Beating 'CNN' OpponentPresident Donald Trump tweeted a mock video showing him pummeling a man in a business suit -- face obscured by the CNN logo -- outside a wrestling ring.
Reporter, DJ, Broadcaster On List Of Worst Jobs For 2017Two of the worst jobs in the country are newspaper reporter and broadcaster according to careercast.com.
Trump Calls Media 'Enemy Of The American People' In Latest AttackTrump has taken to Twitter to slam "The FAKE NEWS media," saying it "is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!"
Google, Facebook Team Up With French Media To Fight Fake NewsFrench journalists are teaming up with Silicon Valley internet giants Google and Facebook to fight propaganda and misinformation online.
Prince Harry Condemns Media 'Abuse' of American GirlfriendThe 32-year-old prince understood that there was significant curiosity about his private life, a line had been crossed in terms of media intrusion...
Trump Mudslinging Forces Starbucks Into The Media BusinessStarbucks is venturing into the world of "content creation" with stories it says will help balance the "cynicism" fueling media coverage of the presidential election.
The Rafu Shimpo, Oldest Japanese-American Newspaper, Faces Possible ClosureThe paper started in 1903 and survived World War II, when writers and editors were shipped off to internment camps.
Larry Magid: CBS’ Moonves Talks Content, Colbert, And The Digital Era At CESCBS President and CEO Les Moonves addressed a Las Vegas crowd at the Consumer Electronics Show Wednesday, where he talked about his company, keeping up with changing media landscape and the investment of Stephen Colbert.
Black Reporter, Police Lieutenant Open Up About Being Called 'Sellouts' By Police Brutality Protesters In Oakland, San FranciscoA local reporter who's been covering the Bay Area protests against police brutality opens up about something she was shocked to hear from other people of color.