Michigan sentiment index lower than expected, though June retail spending rebounds from weak May.
Another string of disappointing second-quarter results from newspaper companies are expected by analysts starting this week, but eyes are on the second half of the year as the industry looks for signs that the downward slide in advertising revenues is ending.
Yahoo, the search engine turned Internet advertising hub, posted quarterly sales and profit figures that exceeded the projections of Wall Street analysts.
An estimated $20 billion in private equity is reportedly in search of magazine titles, and the pent-up hunger of the players who control it is expected to trigger a feeding frenzy.
Networks see strong advertising demand for football and NASCAR, good early returns on NBA.
NBC will air episodes of Courtroom Television Network reality series Forensic Files beginning Aug. 25.
Here is a novel collection of parody ads that push the "truth in advertising" adage to a hilarious extreme.
Experts say chances of any real uptick in mergers this year are dim.
The Wimbledon doubles final won by Serena and Venus Williams drew higher TV ratings than the men's singles final.
Nearly buried in the bad financial news of the past week was the glimmer of hope it offered to struggling CNBC.