Shonda Rhimes, the creator of ABC hits like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal,” is looking forward to creating shows away from the strictures of network television. “Now I can’t wait to show everybody what a Shondaland show is that we make for the world,” she said.
Looming over a proposed merger with Time Warner are AT&T’s size and influence in cable, wireless and satellite communications. It’s the nation’s largest telecommunications company, the second-largest broadband provider, the second-largest mobile service provider and, with its DirecTV business, the largest pay TV distributor.
Netflix removed an episode of “Patriot Act” with the comedian Hasan Minhaj from its service in Saudi Arabia at the request of the government there.
Carolyn Everson, Facebook’s vice president of global marketing solutions, and her team have been in constant communication with ad agencies and the world’s biggest marketers.
Daniel Ek, a co-founder and the chief executive of Spotify, at an investor presentation in March. The Swedish company’s shares will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.
Christina Tan, the New Jersey State epidemiologist, says it’s critical to maintain vigilance in monitoring for flu and other infections and respond flexibly to emerging disease trends.
New Bedford, Mass., hopes to soon be the operations center for the first major offshore wind farm in the United States, now that Massachusetts has awarded a contract for the construction of giant turbines on the ocean floor.
Most cage-free chickens are raised in aviaries, which offer the birds space to move around but may allow germs to spread and encourage aggressive behavior such as pecking at one another.
A proposed California ballot measure that would provide consumers with increased data privacy rights is the passion project of an unlikely trio: Rick Arney, a finance industry executive, left; Alastair Mactaggart, a 51-year-old real estate developer, center; and Mary Stone Ross, a former Central Intelligence Agency analyst.
Starbucks is about to embark on one of corporate America’s most ambitious efforts to deal with implicit racial bias, by closing its doors for a four-hour afternoon training session.
Carrie Tice, the founder of Octavia Wellness in San Francisco. She sells cannabis products marketed to elderly customers looking for alternatives to opioids for pain relief and better sleep.
Anthony Noto, Twitter’s chief operating officer, in 2016 with his wife, Kristin. He will become the chief executive at Social Finance, known as SoFi, the job that Mike Cagney left after Mr. Cagney was accused of sexual harassment.
The headquarters of the British satellite broadcaster Sky in London, the target of a bid by 21st Century Fox in a deal that had been valued at $16.3 billion.
Shipping containers at the Port of Long Beach, Calif., waiting for processing. Friday’s report on economic growth is the latest that the Federal Reserve will have when its policymakers meet next week.
The EO Products founders Brad Black and Susan Griffin-Black still run their cosmetics company together despite getting divorced in 2007. “We’re a package deal at this point,” Ms. Griffin-Black said.
The study center at the Serenity Mountain adolescent treatment branch of the ReStart internet and video game addiction center in Monroe, Wash.
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