Lawmakers wondered aloud Thursday how a showdown between two federal agencies over the rollout of new high-speed wireless service reached crisis proportions last month.
Policy forbidding cell phones at work not limited to FedEx
From safety concerns to productivity and data security, there are many reasons why companies may limit employee access to cell phones. Some FedEx employees said the company’s no-phone policy delayed contact with loved ones after the mass shooting on April 15.Read More
Former Colt McAfee plans to move media studio, foundation to vacant Lawrence church
The punter-turned-multimedia-star initially ran into skeptics in the neighborhood, fearful that his plans for a sports field and basketball courts would create a nuisance or attract crime.Read More
Firms that stage trade shows retool themselves for remote events
Firms that specialize in making conferences, fundraisers and other events memorable and financially successful must pivot on a dime to stay relevant in the coronavirus era.Read More
IBJ Media CEO Nate Feltman started talking about three years ago with Gerry Dick about acquiring Inside INdiana Business’ parent company. But the seeds of a deal might have been planted years earlier.
The show’s co-founder initially was scheduled for a procedure to repair the valve, but doctors then decided full replacement was a better course of action.
On Thursday, Disney announced it would soon bring back movies exclusively to theaters and is preparing to accommodate theme-park customers at pre-pandemic levels.
Epic, the maker of Fortnite, has been having trouble proving its allegations that the iPhone maker’s 13-year-old app store has turned into an illegal monopoly.
Matt McCutcheon, a reporter and anchor for WTHR-TV Channel 13 since 2013, says he has “retired” from the news industry and is taking a corporate communications gig.
The Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville led to phone and data service outages and disruptions over hundreds of miles in the southern United States, raising new concerns about the vulnerability of U.S. communications.
The new firm, led by Emmis Communications executives, could raise as much $230 million to buy one or more companies and take them public.
Some lawmakers and policymakers have complained that Paycheck Protection Program loans ended up in the hands of larger, publicly traded companies at the expense of small businesses that need them most.
Michael Maurer and Bob Schloss, who have owned IBJ Media since 1990, have reduced their ownership stakes to 25% apiece.
Nate Feltman’s purchase of a controlling interest in IBJ Media is a milestone for the 40-year-old company, which has been owned by Indianapolis businessmen Mickey Maurer and Bob Schloss since 1990.
The very thing that is driving the increase—the coronavirus outbreak—is also preventing stations from cashing in on those ratings increases.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Sprint and T-Mobile’s $26 billion merger, dismissing anti-competitive concerns and clearing the way for a deal that would create the nation’s third-largest wireless carrier.
Industry veteran Jeff Smulyan is pairing with a low-profile New York hedge fund manager once described as “the most important, least known man in TV.”
Your smartphone, tablets, speakers and smart TVs are all acting as magnifying glasses for companies that pay billions of dollars to get an up-close and personal view of you.
The new law gives authorities more enforcement powers and could speed up measures the industry is already taking to identify robocalls. And when phone companies block robocalls, they must do so without charging consumers.