The Boston Globe has endorsed Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential nomination. The newspaper praises Mrs. Clinton for her concern in the gun control and immigration issues. This endorsement is one of the other two endorsements she has obtained earlier.
The New York Times has published its first online edition on Jan 22, 1996. Marking the 20th founding anniversary, the news conglomerate has launched ‘History of NYTimes.com’, narrating chronology of the news website’s evolution and further development. The capsule offers video and audio contents including interviews with people related to the evolution.
BBC journalist Rana Rahimpour who has a dual British-Iranian nationality was restricted from flying to the US due to changes to visa rules. Journalist deemed the new rules unfair.
The submarine wreckage was found in 2012, but it took years to properly identify the vessel due to the sea conditions. The vessel was initially thought to be a Dutch submarine missing in 1940 but later confirmed to originate in Germany and went missing in 1915. The seabed scans showed more than 60 wrecks, but this U-boat showed up very unexpectedly.
E.F. Greenberg, representing other investors, sued Viacom, CBS, and some of their executives for prioritizing the interest of its 92-year-old executive chairman, Sumner Redstone, more than its shareholders.
The publishing company has experienced tough times in the market where profits declined and shares dropped. The plan is expected to deliver more earnings growth in the long run with the simplification and reducing of costs. The company's chief also attributed their difficult times to challenging markets and unpredictable changes.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has continued his efforts to spread internet even in the poor countries through Free Basics or internet.org. Even in paternity leave, he responds to the criticisms placing arguments. But now, he is facing criticism even from his own house. An unidentified Facebook employee has appeared to criticize his moves and Facebook spokesperson hasn’t commented on such in-house resistance.
As its international subscription soared, Netflix plan to collect more revenues. CEO Reed Hastings on Tuesday announce to increase its U.S. subscription fee.
HBO planned its Internet channel in Spain at the end of this year, enabling people in Spain to access HBO streaming service. The company will challenge Netflix at new vanguard of European market.
As a celebration for surprising Golden Globe win for "Mozart in the Jungle," Amazon prepares a special offer. Beside streaming the series for free this weekend, the company is also discounting subscription for Amazon Prime. .
Cartel kingpin El Chapo was recaptured on Friday, after his second escape from Mexico's top-security prison through a tunnel. The operation involves Mexican marine, aids from U.S authorities, as well as numbers of informants that adds up to more than 2,500 security and intellectual agents.
Hong Kong's largest telecommunications company, PCCW, launched its new Viu streaming service, which offers the latest Korean dramas.
South African largest media company, Naspers increases its U.S exposure. The company that has operated in 130 countries is ready to expand its service worldwide
The American broadcast television network NBC, is preparing to cast the replacement for Donald Trump in the upcoming season of the reality show, "The Celebrity Apprentice". Rumors have it that George Lopez will be replacing the business mogul. Previously, Lopez had said in an interview that if Trump wins the presidency, then they will have to move out.