In 60 seconds, the commercial showcases a medley of horror film tropes, including a maniacal doll that presumably kills a group of young people whenever they play a catchy pop song.
The CBC and the Toronto Star has reported that the live-event box office behemoth recruits professional scalpers into a resale program, through which Ticketmaster benefits from double-dipping on fees.
The streaming giant announced changes to its mobile app that the company hopes will lure even more users worldwide to its free tier.
Chance The Rapper took on Heineken for what he saw as a racist ad. Heineken took it down, but didn't suffer any consequences. In fact, it's stock is up.
Advertisers were careful about which messages they showcased this year, and the results felt handcuffed — so cautious that they were just, well, disappointing.
The hip-hop mogul announced he would step down from leadership roles at his companies after a second allegation of sexual assault was directed at him by the writer Jenny Lumet.
Band co-founder Donald Fagen is suing the estate of Walter Becker, his artistic partner for over 50 years, over a contract signed more than 45 years ago, on Halloween, 1972.
Journalist Ted Genoways spent a year on a small farm in rural Nebraska, and he says American nostalgia for the family farm overlooks the pressures farmers face and the realities of food production.