Yahoo Board Signs Off on $1.1B Deal to Buy Tumblr 8 hours ago
Yahoo’s board has unanimously signed off on a $1.1 billion deal to the blogging service Tumblr, reports published Sunday indicated....
By Todd Cunningham
"Star Trek" kills J.J. Abrams grand ambitions, Will Smith gets "Wild," Bill Hader peaces out and a Fox reporter's major fail -- all this week in Hollywood.
Yahoo board members reportedly meeting on Sunday to decide on whether to approve acquisition
AwesomenessX launches with shows about skating, swimsuits and sports
Freelance food writer Robert Sietsema also out as regular contributor as part of shakeup
"Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Smokes Crack," Gawker declares after viewing mysterious video
The founder of Megaupload, accused of pirating movies and TV shows, has gotten the high court to review a March ruling in the case.
Enjoy a Skip's Scramble or cornballs
"Smash" and "Grimm" also included in pact
Multiple cable companies are circling the online video service
The hedge fund billionaire may really have his eye on his prize asset -- Yahoo
The online giant disclosed binge viewing habits of its customers
YouTube network cast the cutbacks as part of a natural evolution for the company
News Corp. announced the split between the publishing and entertainment arms of the company last June
Screampix brings zombies to YouTube
"If they were going create Batman today they would release it in the digital space," actor tells TheWrap
Sam Tsui helped finance his debut album with a Kickstarter campaign
His testimony came a week after Sen. John McCain's offered legislation that would take similar action
Ricky Gervais reprises his "Office" character for a lesson on writing a road song
Dan Loeb successfully orchestrated the ouster of former Yahoo CEO
Figures from actress Kristen Bell to director Adam Shankman to producer Jane Rosenthal to writer-actress Nia Vardalos cheered Jolie's candor and bravery
AP president and CEO wants the justice department to return phone records reportedly seized over two months in early 2012
The head of the MPAA termed "The Hurt Locker" a financial disaster due to piracy
Almost none of YouTube's most popular stars made the list of initial partners -- nor did most of the biggest multi-channel networks
A new show from the team that reinvented "Pride and Prejudice" to much acclaim will crowd source the characters
"American Idol" massive makeover looms, "The Great Gatsby" isn't that great, and Charles Ramsey became the most famous man in America
The pile of lawsuits on Jay Penske’s desk just gets higher and higher
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"