SFX Entertainment, a live events and music content producer, purchased Readability app maker90, music commerce platform Tunezy and marketing agency Fame House for an undisclosed amount.
Virgin Records founder Sir Richard Branson recalled having great regret on selling his record company to fund his then-new Virgin Airlines venture.
A regulatory filing revealed that social networking service for film enthusiasts Mubi received a new USD5.1 million investment from unnamed investors.
A projected USD150 million would be earned when 500.com lists its shares for an IPO at the New York Stock Exchange.
Despite the protestations of son Brett, Carl Icahn still pushed on with the sale of shares in Netflix.
The gunman in the Drai's After Hours nightclub shooting was identified as Benjamin Frazier.
An early-morning shooting at Drai's After Hours in Bally's over a USD 30 entry fee led to the death of a patron and the wounding of two employees.
In the midst of declining traditional TV viewership, Amazon had been seen attracting potential shoppers to watch its original content like Web series "Betas."
Private equity-backed Merlin Entertainment Group would be conducting a share sale to raise GBP 200 million in London.
Because of findings by gaming authorities as to alleged Russian mob ties, Caesars Entertainment drops Ganesvoort Hotel from its partner-investors listings.
Artworks of British renegade graffiti artist Banksy became popular overnight in New York as city authorities had tried in vain to catch him for vandalism charges.
Caesars Entertainment would no longer be partnering with Suffolk Downs to bid for a casino gambling license in the Boston area.
NBC had cancelled "Welcome to the Family" and "Ironside" after only three episodes.
An impending economic crisis could have happened to Americans should US Congress and the government had not arrived at a debt ceiling agreement.
Prime Ventures invests in mobile games platform AppLift.