From an annual tech conference to a Chinese IPO hoping to justify its rookie year of gains, many companies have something to say in the week ahead.
The country's largest Italian casual-dining chain announces a new sandwich and the Blizzard royalty sends mixed signals with its latest menu move.
In a sign of the increasing importance of online video, AT&T said Wednesday it will offer Hulu's streaming TV service to its customers.
Disney has spent billions acquiring the rights to Marvel and 'Star Wars,' and your TV could be the next destination for its new collection of characters.
AT&T's $49-billion bid for DirecTV is unlikely to be blocked by U.S. authorities, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
A federal appeals court rejects appeals by the music industry that could have forced Pandora Media to pay higher royalties and have access to fewer songs.
The multiplex will rock later this year with Star Wars, but Disney has a few high-profile Marvel, Pixar, theme parks and TV channel films on the way.
So, Jay-Z, how's that relaunch of your streaming music service going now? Apple, how much are you revising your plans for Beats?
ESPN is suing Verizon in an escalating clash over how the popular sports channel is being sold in a discounted pay-TV package.
Among highlights this week on Wall Street, an analyst downgrades a stock with a huge price target reduction and the leading video service hits new highs.
Things are off to a great start for Netflix in 2015. The company served up 10 billion hours of digital content during the first three months of the year.
The world's largest premium coffeehouse is giving employees a full ride at an online college, and a social gaming pioneer is taking an odd step backward.
With the debut of digital downloads for the six Star Wars movies, Disney and Lucas are making it possible for you to enjoy your old favorites in a new way.
Tidal may have celebrities, buzz and even exclusive content, but it's not going to be easy to topple Pandora and Spotify. Plus, music fans are cheap.
Disney makes it easier to book repeat cruises, pleasing all those who adore the family entertainment giant and the company's bottom line.
Comcast says its proposed merger with Time Warner will bring benefits to all, but all many consumers see is the biggest cable TV provider getting bigger.
A pair of analysts boost their price targets on Netflix, and Facebook opens up Messenger to third parties.
Comcast says it expects its $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable to take longer because of a long-running regulatory review.
The bigger that Netflix gets, the bigger that its catalog becomes, a benefit no matter where its subscribers live.
Digital television is here, but there are plenty of reasons that we're not hopping on the trend. One involves what Apple hasn't done yet.