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AT&T's New DirecTV Now the Latest to Enter Streaming Content Wars
DirecTV

AT&T's New DirecTV Now the Latest to Enter Streaming Content Wars

Launching this week, DirecTV Now is poised to be a catch-all solution for TV aficionados who have yet to cut their cord.
5 Predictions to Guide Your Marketing Plan in 2017
Marketing Bootcamp

5 Predictions to Guide Your Marketing Plan in 2017

You'll need to get quicker and more agile. And then you'll have to tap into the power of already-established, credible voices within the communities you hope to capture.
Ellie Martin
John Oliver: Multilevel Marketing Is Not a Good Path to Entrepreneurship
Starting a Business

John Oliver: Multilevel Marketing Is Not a Good Path to Entrepreneurship

Don't get sucked into these businesses that promise big profits for just a small investment.
Stephen J. Bronner
What a Bunch of Blockheads! Internet Outraged at MetLife Firing Snoopy.
Marketing Bootcamp

What a Bunch of Blockheads! Internet Outraged at MetLife Firing Snoopy.

It's the great layoff, Charlie Brown. After 31 years of being the insurance company's mascot, MetLife cuts ties with the iconic characters.
Andrea Hardalo
4 Leadership Lessons From Negan, the Latest Villain on 'The Walking Dead'
Television

4 Leadership Lessons From Negan, the Latest Villain on 'The Walking Dead'

He's the leader of The Saviors, a group comprised of several hundred members who have survived a negative market cycle (zombie apocalypse) that has disrupted (infected or killed) most of the world's citizens.
Rafe Gomez
Netflix's Big Bet on Original Shows Looks Like It's Finally Paying Off
Netflix

Netflix's Big Bet on Original Shows Looks Like It's Finally Paying Off

The company's shares were up 18 percent at $117.93 in premarket trading.
These Pot-Smoking Filmmakers Are Now Getting High on HBO
Marijuana

These Pot-Smoking Filmmakers Are Now Getting High on HBO

The husband and wife creators of 'High Maintenance' started off posting free web videos. Today, you'll have to pay to see them on premium cable.
Joan Oleck
10 Thought-Provoking Quotes From This Year's Emmy-Nominated Shows
Inspirational Quotes

10 Thought-Provoking Quotes From This Year's Emmy-Nominated Shows

The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards air this Sunday, Sept. 18.
Lydia Belanger
50 Years of Leadership Lessons From Star Trek
Television

50 Years of Leadership Lessons From Star Trek

Get inspired by these 10 quotes from the franchise's captains.
Nina Zipkin
5 Online Stars Who Made the Jump to Traditional Media
Social Media

5 Online Stars Who Made the Jump to Traditional Media

These personalities show it isn't easy to transition from one world to another.
Rose Leadem
An Interview With the Real-Life Hacker Who Brings Cred to 'Mr. Robot'
Hackers

An Interview With the Real-Life Hacker Who Brings Cred to 'Mr. Robot'

Kor Adana is a retired-hacker-turned-white-hat who became a technology producer and writer on Mr. Robot.
Game of Phones: Is Mobile Poised to Assume the Iron Throne in the Sports Empire?
Sports

Game of Phones: Is Mobile Poised to Assume the Iron Throne in the Sports Empire?

As Facebook, Twitter, Verizon/Yahoo and many others enter the already crowded ring of social mobile broadcasters, the stakes are getting higher and higher, and the fight for engagement is going far beyond just viewership.
Alex Beckman
How to Watch the Rio 2016 Olympics Online
Olympics

How to Watch the Rio 2016 Olympics Online

Whether you've cut the cord or just don't want to be tethered to a TV, watch the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics on the go.
Apple Music Buys Hit 'Carpool Karaoke' for Digital TV Series
Apple Music

Apple Music Buys Hit 'Carpool Karaoke' for Digital TV Series

CBS Television Studios announced on Tuesday that Apple Music purchased the first-window rights to the upcoming series, meaning episodes will debut on the technology company's streaming music service.
Michelle Castillo