When Disney-ABC agreed to sell its prime-time hits on Apple's iTunes, the deal set off a revolution inside the media giant. Now a digital team with the spirit of a startup is reinventing TV—And the industry is following.
Once one of the hottest companies in Silicon Valley, Sun Microsystems crashed with the dotcoms, but it kept pouring money into R&D. Now there are signs of a revival, thanks to a new CEO and a big black box.
Alone in a strange city? Combine the benefits of a heart-healthy trip to the fitness center with the intellectual jolt of the guided tour—minus the ESPN2 ticker or the crowd schlep. The customized running tour is coming to a city you're going to.
Media Director, John McCain Campaign
Russ Schriefer, 48, credited as one of George W. Bush's main image makers, is part of the five-member advertising team who will be writing and scripting all of John McCain's campaign ads. This is Schriefer's fifth presidential race.
This issue was created at ground zero. We've just moved to 7 World Trade Center, a site destroyed on 9/11 and rebuilt as one of the first gold-level green-certified office buildings in New York. We overlook the Hudson River and Wall Street—and the pit where the Twin Towers once stood. I can see their footprint from my desk.