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Warner Bros. names BBC's Ann Sarnoff as its new CEO

Jun 24, 2019

WarnerMedia has named BBC executive Ann Sarnoff head of Warner Bros. where she replaces former studio chief Kevin Tsujihara, who departed in March over misconduct allegations

The Latest: Giant screens in Milan-Cortina, none in Sweden

Jun 24, 2019

The announcement of the winning bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics will be broadcast on giant screens in Milan and Cortina but nothing is planned in Sweden

10 years later, a look at people surrounding Michael Jackson

Jun 21, 2019

10 years later, a look at the status of the major figures in the life and death of Michael Jackson, from the doctor convicted of causing his death to his children

APNewsBreak: California launches anti-illegal pot campaign

Jun 21, 2019

California is taking its fight against illegal marijuana sales to cellphones and social media

Slack is latest tech company to go public, with a twist

Jun 20, 2019

Shares of work messaging platform Slack rose after it started trading under the ticker "WORK."

AP Interview: Border official says aid needed to save lives

Jun 20, 2019

AP Interview: Acting head of Customs and Border Protection says emergency funding is necessary for the health and well-being of migrants crossing the southern border

Waymo teams up with Renault, Nissan on robotaxis outside US

Jun 20, 2019

Google's driverless car spinoff joins forces with Renault, Nissan to work on its first ride-hailing service outside the US

FBI eyes Deutsche Bank after money-laundering report

Jun 20, 2019

The FBI has reached out to a lawyer for a former Deutsche Bank employee who complained that the bank ignored suspicious transactions, including some involving Jared Kushner's family real estate company

EPA defies climate warnings, gives coal plants a reprieve

Jun 19, 2019

The Trump administration has carried out a sweeping about-face on Obama-era efforts to fight climate change, easing restrictions on coal-fired power plants.

5 New York City anchorwomen allege age discrimination

Jun 19, 2019

Five anchorwomen at a New York City news channel have sued their company, saying they were marginalized and cast aside for younger women and men