Obama’s security and counterterrorism adviser discusses battling Islamic State and its high-tech propaganda machine.
The camera maker wants to become a media company, and it’s amassing an army of extreme athletes aspiring to YouTube stardom.
Kathryn Maloney let loose on Twitter in July, chiding United Parcel Service Inc. for sending her package to a grocery store for pickup after making just a single delivery attempt at her home in Brooklyn.
Yousef Bartho Assidiq was on the path toward terrorism, part of a group whose members discussed beheadings and mass attacks. Now he tries to stop other youths from getting radicalized in his native Norway.
An acclaimed blogger charged in a hacking attack on the Los Angeles Times website is facing off against prosecutors who say he wreaked costly havoc on his former employer, Tribune Media Co., in revenge for being fired.
Apple has applied for a patent on wearable technology you can wrap around your finger. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Ben Lerer, Lerer Hippeau Ventures' managing partner and Thrillist Media Group's chief executive officer, discusses Axel Springer buying a stake in Thrillist and his vision for the future of the media company with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Cory Johnson reports on the Federal Aviation Administration missing regulation deadline for drone rules. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
The Chinese billionaire using his personal fortune to help fund a $50 billion Nicaraguan challenger to the Panama Canal has crashed into the bitter reality of equity markets in the world’s second-largest economy. Bloomberg's Blake Schmidt reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Ludovic Le Moan, chief executive officer and co-founder at SIGFOX, and Manish Madhvani, founder of GP Bullhound, discuss SIGFOX’s expansion goals and winning Europe’s all-star company award. They speak with Caroline Hyde and Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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Amazon.com Inc. will stop selling media-streaming devices from Google Inc. and Apple Inc. that aren’t easily compatible with its video service, the latest example of the company using its clout to promote products that fit with its own retailing strategy.
The operators of the Tribeca Film Festival introduced a paid online video service with Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., offering a industry-curated selection of movies for film buffs.
Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. have agreed to end their long-running patent feud over smartphones and video game systems, dropping about 20 lawsuits in the U.S. and Germany.
Google Inc.’s Chromecast is getting its first major upgrade -- and not a moment too soon.
Who needs pink paper, anyway? For Mathias Doepfner, a screen will do just fine.