Music | Technology | BusinessNPR | May 11, 2017 3:52 p.m.
The MP3 upended the way the world receives and hears music, for better and for worse. Now it's dead.
Savor the conversation. Every other Monday, a roundtable of culinary media insiders discuss today’s hot-button topics in food and beverage culture. Hosted by Katherine Cole.
Thousands bottles of Bombay Sapphire gin in Canada were not properly diluted, leaving them with nearly double the intended alcohol content by volume — 77 percent, or 154 proof.
In promoting a $4,000 handbag, is the producer widening the boundaries of hip-hop fashion?
Ivanka Trump's new book — named after her brand's marketing campaign — is packed with anodyne advice borrowed from others, and a striking lack of awareness about economic and racial realities.
Business | Nation | Arts | EntertainmentNPR | May 2, 2017 3:53 a.m.
Hollywood writers are set to strike Tuesday when their current contract with studios, networks and producers ends. At issue is healthcare and a changed TV landscape with shorter seasons and less pay.
Are fabulous food bloggers good or bad for the food industry? How do professional critics describe taste? And finally, online wine clubs: Should you belong to one, or are they a waste of money? Listen to Episode 17 of “The Four Top."
Music | Technology | BusinessNPR | April 7, 2017 1:35 p.m.
Spotify has long evangelized free listening as a way to pull users in to paying for its service. The music industry's patience with the strategy seems to have run out.
local | Business | Food | EntertainmentOPB | March 27, 2017 6:13 a.m. | Portland
Are you being spammed by "spon con"? Is food-and-drink cobranding idiotic or innovative? And why is American brewpub food so universally terrible? To find out, tune into Episode 15 of “The Four Top.”