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4 Ways Agencies Can Add Meaning to Corporate Social Responsibility Programs

A large, cross-generational majority of consumers expect companies to display a level of corporate social responsibility.

Hulk Hogan and Gawker Take Their Legal Battle to TV

Now that they've had their day—two weeks actually—in court, Hulk Hogan and Nick Denton are taking their fight to the court of public opinion.

Maria Bartiromo Compares CNBC to Fox Biz, Discusses Moderating GOP Debates

Specs Current gig Fox Business Network anchor and global markets editor; host of Mornings With Maria Previous gig CNBC anchor

How Roger Ailes Built Fox News Into a Media Powerhouse

Roger Ailes' first moon shot came when he was 29 years old. He was in the Oval Office setting up the first interplanetary split screen. "Eagle" had just landed on the moon.

Why Today Is the Most Important Day in Fox Business Network’s History

Ever since its inception, Fox Business Network has struggled to gain a foothold in the financial world, but the eight-year-old channel will have its best opportunity to break out Tuesday when it airs the next Republican Primary debate.

The Average Viewer of the Third GOP Debate Lost Interest After Just One Hour

Wednesday night's GOP presidential debate on CNBC—in which the moderators got more attention than the candidates—

Jay Leno on Life After The Tonight Show, Avoiding Letterman’s Finale and Heading to CNBC

Jay Leno had his pick of TV offers after he stepped down as host of The Tonight Show in February 2014. But instead of jumping right back on television, Leno stepped away from the spotlight to focus on stand-up. Twenty months later, Leno's returning to TV, not with a talk show but with Jay Leno's Garage, a weekly CNBC series focused on cars and motorcycles.

Jay Leno’s Viral Marketing Stunt for New CNBC Show

Even though he stepped down as host of The Tonight Show more than a year ago, Jay Leno is not stepping away from television.A noted auto enthusiast, Leno has a new show debuting next week on CNBC, Jay Leno's Garage. In a viral marketing stunt, Leno posed as an UberBlack driver to unsuspecting passengers in Los Angeles.

How the Creator of Jersey Shore Ended Up Working for CNBC

If Mark Burnett is the king of reality TV, then SallyAnn Salsano is certainly its queen.

The NHL and NBC Tout Playoff Coverage With Candy Bars and a Willy Wonka-Style Contest

NBC Sports and the NHL are using chocolate bars and a potential Willy Wonka-like payout to trumpet the Stanley Cup playoffs.