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Univision Names New CEO

Univision Names New CEO

The private investor group that acquired Univision Communications Inc. has named a CEO to succeed the Spanish broadcaster's company head when the acquisition closes.
Sirius Narrows Q4 Loss to $245.6 Million

Sirius Narrows Q4 Loss to $245.6 Million

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc., which has agreed to acquire its rival XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., reported a narrower loss for the fourth quarter Tuesday (Feb. 27) as revenues more than doubled.
Microsoft Ordered To Pay $1.5 Billion In MP3 Lawsuit

Microsoft Ordered To Pay $1.5 Billion In MP3 Lawsuit

Microsoft Corp. must pay $1.52 billion in damages to telecommunications equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent SA for violating two patents related to digital music, a federal jury ruled Thursday (Feb. 22).
Cisco, Apple Settle 'iPhone' Dispute

Cisco, Apple Settle 'iPhone' Dispute

Cisco Systems Inc. and Apple Inc. have agreed to share the "iPhone" name, but both companies are staying tightlipped about what future products might come from the resulting deal.
Fans Line Up In Harlem To Pay Respects To Brown

Fans Line Up In Harlem To Pay Respects To Brown

Fans of the late "Godfather of Soul" began lining up outside Harlem's Apollo Theater early this morning (Dec. 28) to pay their last respects as James Brown's body was driven from Georgia for his last date on the historic stage.
Elvis Looking To Win Teenage Fans Again

Elvis Looking To Win Teenage Fans Again

Next year, three decades after Elvis Presley's death, the multimillion dollar Elvis business will try to connect with a new generation of teenage fans.
iTunes Music Stores Back On Track After Christmas Delays

iTunes Music Stores Back On Track After Christmas Delays

Apple Computer Inc.'s popular iTunes music store appeared to be back to normal Thursday (Dec. 28), two days after shoppers wielding new gift cards faced long delays in downloading music on Christmas and the hours afterward.

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