A U.S. District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Jan. 14 has ruled against the Federal Communications Commission’s efforts to afford Internet traffic equal status — a policy known as net neutrality.
Charter Communications Jan. 14 told its investors it has been in discussions with Time Warner Cable executives since June to merge the two companies, with Charter’s latest offer of $132.50 per share rejected by Time Warner Cable.
GameStop Jan. 14 said global sales increased more than 9% to $3.15 billion, compared to the 2012 holiday sales period. Total comparable store sales increased 10%, with U.S. same-store sales up 7% and international comps up more than 17% during the nine-week holiday period ended Jan. 4.
Merchandising: A flood of new releases arrived on shelves Jan. 14, with the biggest probably being Lee Daniels’ 'The Butler,' the civil rights drama distributed by Anchor Bay. It’s certainly one of the only new titles with any exclusive promotions at retail.