Nickelodeon: We Won’t Ban Junk Food Ads

Viacom has told four senators that it does not plan to eliminate junk food advertising on its Nickelodeon kid's cable channel. More 

Is Netflix About to Crash and Burn?

Shares of Netflix have skyrocketed since the start of the year, but will content costs eventually catch up to the streaming-video king? More 

Utilities Crank Up the Income: 12 Companies Increasing Dividends

Xcel Energy, American States Water are among a number of stocks tacking on a little extra to their next dividend check. More 

Top 10 Highest-Paid CEOs

The Associated Press and Equilar have calculated the compensation for the 10 highest-paid CEOs of publicly-traded companies. More 

Why I Shouldn’t Have Sold Disney Stock

Learn from my mistake. I sold Disney last year but it continues to turn in solid numbers, including a better-than-expected second quarter. More 

‘Iron Man 3′ Continues to Rake in the Cash

Disney's "Iron Man 3" took in $175.3 million in its opening weekend in the U.S. and Canada, second only to last year's "The Avengers." More 

Hey Viacom, YouTube Doesn’t Have to Police Itself

For the second time, a judge has ruled that YouTube does not have to self-police the videos posted by its users. More