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Farewell, summer

Farewell, summer

Oregon college shooting live update...

Oregon college shooting live updates: 'There's been another mass shooting in America,' Obama says

Farewell, summer

Farewell, summer

Oregon college shooting live update...

Oregon college shooting live updates: 'There's been another mass shooting in America,' Obama says

Hillary Clinton poised to win suppo...

Hillary Clinton poised to win support of nation's largest teachers union

Hillary Clinton poised to win suppo...

Hillary Clinton poised to win support of nation's largest teachers union

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9 million Netflix subscribers may d...

9 million Netflix subscribers may ditch it for Disney+

More than 14 percent of Netflix customers said that they are considering canceling the streaming giant?s service when Disney+ launches in November.
Kendall Jenner enters cosmetics mar...

Kendall Jenner enters cosmetics market with help from L.A. company

The second-youngest sister is the latest of the Kardashian clan to launch a personal-care line. Jenner worked with Los Angeles beauty-brand incubator Beach House Group to develop the line
AT&T falls short again amid ongoing...

AT&T falls short again amid ongoing pressure with TV subscribers

AT&T delivered disappointing results as TV losses mounted. Revenue was $44.8 billion during the first quarter, the Dallas-based company said in a statement. That?s short of estimates of $45.1, according to Reuters. It?s the second straight quarter the company has missed on sales. The television business continued to bleed users in the quarter. Total video subscribers declined by 627,000 amid pressure with satellite demand. ?The video losses continue to be worse than expected,? analysts?
Breakfast at Tiffany's? Retailer to...

Breakfast at Tiffany's? Retailer to open Beverly Hills pop-up restaurant

Proceeds from the Mother's Day weekend pop-up restaurant will benefit the Baby2Baby charity.
Oscars opt not to shut out Netflix

Oscars opt not to shut out Netflix

In the end, Netflix Inc.?s subtweets about Steven Spielberg and the DOJ?s anti-trust warning to the Oscars were much ado about nothing. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Tuesday night that its board of governors had voted not to change its Rule Two, which defines the eligibility of films for Oscar consideration. Going forward, as has been true in the past, films must play at minimum for seven days, with three showings a day, in a Los Angeles County commercial theater?
Profile: Nate Nanzer, Commissioner ...

Profile: Nate Nanzer, Commissioner of Overwatch League, Activision Blizzard

The Overwatch League might not exist if Nate Nanzer had followed traditional professional norms.

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