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Cable TV Providers Are Feeling the Churn

by Tim Green

May 20, 2015

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Churn rate is what cable and other telecommunications operators call the turnover of subscribers who drop and add ...

IRS Proposes Lower Threshold for Taxing Casino Winnings

by Rob Heidrick

May 18, 2015

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US casino operators are pushing back against a proposal by the Internal Revenue Service to reduce the threshold at ...

Songwriters Seek Higher Royalty Payouts

by Rob Heidrick

April 7, 2015

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US songwriters’ organizations are lobbying for changes to federal copyright law that would increase the amount of ...

Fantasy Sports Companies Move into the Big Leagues

by Rob Heidrick

February 3, 2015

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The Super Bowl may be over, but there’s no off-season for fantasy sports fanatics. The popularity of online fantasy ...

Savvy Businesses Embrace Millennials

by Catherine Colbert

September 17, 2014

Marketing to Millennials

The Millennial consumer is a must-have. Much more menacing in size than the Gen X and even Boomer generations, ...

HomeAway Opens Doors to Millennials

by Catherine Colbert

September 17, 2014

Homeaway Millennials

While Gen X and Boomers prop up the travel industry and provide it with a sturdy foundation for now, Millennials have ...

How the Golf Industry Intends to Revive Itself

by Rebecca Mallett

August 28, 2014

Miniature Golf

Summer is usually a time when golfers hit the greens, but unfortunately for sporting goods manufacturers, retailers, ...

Has Gambling in New Jersey Finally Hit Bottom?

by James Bryant

August 14, 2014

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BIZMOLOGY — New Jersey legalized online gambling late in 2013, hoping it would help revitalize the state’s gaming ...

Why Media Companies Are Splitting Themselves Up

by Michael McLellan

August 6, 2014

News Mediums

BIZMOLOGY — This week USA TODAY publisher Gannett announced it would break up with itself. The company, which ...

Will Fewer Seats Mean Bigger Movie Theater Business?

by Amy Schein

August 5, 2014

Movie Seats

BIZMOLOGY — AMC Entertainment, the movie theater industry‘s second-largest chain, is betting that fewer ...

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