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Billionaire ‘cable cowboy’ John Malone’s Liberty Global is selling $22 billion of European assets to Vodafone
Vodafone is buying Liberty Global's operations in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania for €18.4 billion. The deal will give Vodafone a much larger mobile and broadband footprint in central and eastern Europe.
A guide to the confusing world of sponsored Facebook posts, which make it hard to distinguish between ads and journalism
Since Facebook made it harder for publishers to spread their articles organically, various types of "sponsored" posts have begun to show up with more prominence.
Bloomberg just revealed its new subscription strategy to staff — here are the key points from the memo
Bloomberg is rolling out a tiered paid subscription offering, charging users $34.99 and $39.99 a month each for access to its content. The metered paywall allows users to read 10 articles a month for free, and there will be a $10 per month trial for the first six months.
Agents in Beijing camped in one man's office for two weeks harassing him to end his advertising in an independent Chinese-language newspaper in Australia. Other advertisers have been called into Chinese consulates while companies like Apple reportedly pulled ads for fear of angering Beijing.
Washington’s new ‘it couple’ is getting a ton of backlash for complaining about ‘elites’ while riding in a limousine
Mercedes and Matt Schlapp, longtime Republican operatives and one of Washington's most powerful Trump-boosting couples, drew attention over the weekend when they derided comedian Michelle Wolf's controversial speech criticizing the president and his administration at the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Fox News’ White House correspondent knows how his network is viewed — but he’s not getting any special treatment from Trump
Fox News chief White House correspondent John Roberts is trying to play it straight on President Donald Trump's favorite network.
21st Century Fox, which owns 40% of Sky, has been trying to buy the remaining stake since the end of 2016 but has faced repeated regulatory hurdles.
‘One day, I will have my say’: Kellyanne Conway denies claim that she is the ‘No.1 leaker’ in the White House
Kellyanne Conway denied new claims that she regularly leaks information, including disparaging comments about her White House colleagues, to the press.
CNN president Jeff Zucker laid into chief rival Fox News on Thursday, arguing it is producing "propaganda" rather than journalism.
A small contingent of senators are still refusing to participate in a time-honored Capitol Hill tradition
A small but stubborn group of senators refuse to take questions from reporters in the hallways of the US Capitol, raising the question as to why.