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Cure TV’s Nuttiness With a la Carte Pricing

Industry battles over carriage fees, such as the Dish-Viacom brawl, mask a bigger issue. Why should consumers pay for channels they don't want? More 

Viacom Channels to be Dropped by DirectTV

DirectTV has failed to come to terms with Viacom over carriage fees for its cable stations and the channels may go dark until an agreement can be reached. More 

Two News Corps Mean Double the Murdoch

Splitting the strong entertainment business from the weak publishing side makes sense for shareholders -- but that's no panacea. More 

Highlights from Apple CEO at All Things Digital Conference

Ever secretive, Tim Cook still let out a few juicy tidbits during a wide-ranging interview, such as Apple prefers partnerships to takeovers. More 

Forget Facebook: What’s Warren Buffett See in GM and Viacom?

Brands and value explain Berkshire Hathaway's new stakes in the auto and media giants, as his new lieutenants learn to bend it like Buffett. More 

Buffett’s Berkshire Bets on GM, Ups Wal-Mart Stake

Berkshire Hathaway took its first stake in GM and increased its existing stake in Wal-Mart during the first three months of the year, SEC filings reveal. More 

When a Facebook ‘Like’ Isn’t Quite Right

New “I Care” button allows Facebook and other social media users to express support for causes rather than 'Liking' them. More