Wall Street Journal
Madison Avenue has long been home to creative gurus who had months to produce an advertising campaign.
BuzzFeed has become a destination for young, pop-culture aficionados through its hearty offering of TV-themed stories, lists and quizzes such as “What Would Your ‘Game of Thrones’ Name Be?” Now, the online publisher is offering TV networks a chanc
US regulators said a vulnerability in banks' computer networks could have exposed sensitive information to hackers, and they instructed both small institutions and Wall Street firms to update their security systems.
Amazon.com said video streams on its Prime Instant Video service nearly tripled year-over-year, helped along by the company's heavy spending on original shows and new content.
Samsung is the still the king of the US smartphone marketing race, but the Korean giant’s rivals closed its huge lead with an advertising blitz in 2013.
Residents and business owners in Carbon Hill (AL) got a surprise in letters from AT&T in February.
Cincinnati Bell said that it has agreed to sell its wireless spectrum licenses and other related assets to Verizon Wireless in a deal valued at $210 million.
Turkey's telecom regulator signaled that it would stop blocking Twitter with government officials saying the microblogging site would soon be accessible two weeks after it was banned ahead of crucial elections.
Law-enforcement agencies are increasingly finding ways to unmask users of a popular Web browser designed to hide identities and allow individuals to exist online anonymously.
Apple and Samsung Electronics are squaring off in a new round of their long-running patent feud. This time, however, the docket might as well read Apple v. Google.