Royal Dutch Shell’s acquisition of a small British energy firm shows how the world’s oil giants are navigating a shift away from their core products.
Big banks, private equity firms and national retailers that have vowed to operate with a social conscience could band together to turn Remington into the model of a modern gun company.
Seth Meyers provides the zingers to blunt the hype for a network looking to stave off Facebook’s ad-dollar grab.
Expressing support for gun ownership with “reasonable” regulations, Ellen’s restaurant gives $15,000 in memory of five police officers killed at a 2016 protest.
A new study suggests that parents think 13 years old is too young to see intense gun violence in movies, which has been rising for some time.
The billionaire hedge fund manager Carl Icahn and a second investor had fought the deal. Now, Xerox says it will replace its C.E.O. and make board changes.
Companies in Britain, recently forced to publish the differences in salaries between men and women, are trying a variety of programs to close the divide.
Some first-year shows surprised in the 2017-18 season, while broadcast networks proved they could still pull big audiences for events like the “60 Minutes” interview with Stormy Daniels.
But it’s not as easy as it used to be. “The viewer is desensitized,” Mr. Darnell says. “It’s much, much, much harder to get people’s attention.”
Dropping ratings, especially among young people, and more viewing options mean broadcast TV is in a precarious position as it pitches itself to advertisers.