Watch Out YouTube, Facebook To Share 55 Percent Ad Revenue With Video Creators
Facebook is getting more serious about video and is taking a huge step into making its video ads benefit all parties concerned. Apart from placing video ads on the News Feed, the company also plans to put these ads in video clips. This is similar to YouTube where users usually see ads after viewing a […]

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Moffat County facing fate of the changing West
CRAIG —This tiny town was built on mining the rolling hills of northwest Colorado that surround it for coal and burning it to make electricity. Now, the community feels both its economic pillars under attack. The Colowyo coal mine is facing a federal court ruling on its environmental assessment some fear could close the mine. […]

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Tahoe’s Shakespeare Ranch makes dramatic appearance on the market
To be or not to be the new owner of Shakespeare Ranch, that is the question here. For those who like history, ranches, and Lake Tahoe, this property could be a dream come true. History This estate has much history– even though it has only had two owners since 1861. Its original name was Glenbrook, […]

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Five-alarm bargain in Gaithersburg is converted into a home
Arched bays for trucks and ladders remain intact in the old brick firehouse in the heart of Gaithersburg’s Kentlands neighborhood. But in place of garage doors are curtained cedar windows, wood paneling and a mahogany front door. A broadly curving deck extends off the back, and a second-floor balcony projects from one side. The domestication […]

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Tech City UK CEO: why London needs startups, and why it needs us
In the whole of 2010 the total funding raised by London tech firms was less than £10m. So far in 2015? It’s close to a billion. Yes, as Techcrunch pointed out recently, that still only puts London on a par with Redwood City, California (population 76,000). And in the context of tech as a whole […]

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Watch Out YouTube, Facebook To Share 55 Percent Ad Revenue With Video Creators

Watch Out YouTube, Facebook To Share 55 Percent Ad Revenue With Video Creators

Facebook is getting more serious about video and is taking a huge step into making its video ads benefit all parties concerned. Apart from placing video ads on the News Feed, the company also plans to put these ads in video clips. This is similar to YouTube where users usually see ads after viewing a […]
Moffat County facing fate of the changing West

Moffat County facing fate of the changing West

CRAIG —This tiny town was built on mining the rolling hills of northwest Colorado that surround it for coal and burning it to make electricity. Now, the community feels both its economic pillars under attack. The Colowyo coal mine is facing a federal court ruling on its environmental assessment some fear could close the mine. […]
Tahoe’s Shakespeare Ranch makes dramatic appearance on the market

Tahoe’s Shakespeare Ranch makes dramatic appearance on the market

To be or not to be the new owner of Shakespeare Ranch, that is the question here. For those who like history, ranches, and Lake Tahoe, this property could be a dream come true. History This estate has much history– even though it has only had two owners since 1861. Its original name was Glenbrook, […]
Five-alarm bargain in Gaithersburg is converted into a home

Five-alarm bargain in Gaithersburg is converted into a home

Arched bays for trucks and ladders remain intact in the old brick firehouse in the heart of Gaithersburg’s Kentlands neighborhood. But in place of garage doors are curtained cedar windows, wood paneling and a mahogany front door. A broadly curving deck extends off the back, and a second-floor balcony projects from one side. The domestication […]
Tech City UK CEO: why London needs startups, and why it needs us

Tech City UK CEO: why London needs startups, and why it needs us

In the whole of 2010 the total funding raised by London tech firms was less than £10m. So far in 2015? It’s close to a billion. Yes, as Techcrunch pointed out recently, that still only puts London on a par with Redwood City, California (population 76,000). And in the context of tech as a whole […]
FDA Panel Backs a ‘Female Viagra’

FDA Panel Backs a ‘Female Viagra’

Will there finally be a Viagra for women? A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has recommended the first drug to help combat female sexual dysfunction. And Sprout Pharmaceuticals, which owns the pill, hopes agency approval will occur in mid-August. Thursday’s 18-to-6 vote came with a big caveat—a program is needed to highlight worrisome side […]
Entertainment One TV Promotes Tara Long as Unscripted Division Grows (Exclusive)

Entertainment One TV Promotes Tara Long as Unscripted Division Grows (Exclusive)

As Entertainment One expands its unscripted TV operations, Tara Long has been upped to exec VP of U.S. alternative programming. Long’s promotion comes as the division has prospered with series across five cable networks and a slew of projects in development for next season. During its upfront, BET announced its fourth show with eOne, “About […]
Chicago’s Wall Street Reprieve Spurs Rally Before Junk-Bond Sale

Chicago’s Wall Street Reprieve Spurs Rally Before Junk-Bond Sale

Wall Street is giving the Second City a second chance. The price of Chicago’s most-actively traded bond has erased almost all of the decline that followed Moody’s Investors Service’s May 12 decision to cut the city to junk. Buyer confidence has been bolstered because banks aren’t seeking penalties related to the downgrade, anticipating Chicago would […]
Oil Slump Has Calgary Awash in Vacant Office Space

Oil Slump Has Calgary Awash in Vacant Office Space

CALGARY, Alberta—When Mayor Naheed Nenshi broke ground on Brookfield Place, this city’s signature skyscraper project, he said the energy capital was “well into an arms race” of tall-building construction. That was in the fall of 2013, amid a boom fueled by high oil prices that had the commercial real-estate market in Canada’s oil capital rivaling […]
Annual cost of car ownership falls to $8,698

Annual cost of car ownership falls to $8,698

Owning a car isn’t cheap. First, there’s the price of the vehicle, which now hovers north of $30,000, on average. Then there’s the cost of maintenance, which can be a real headache in some parts of the country. Tack on the price of insurance, fuel, and the occasional pair of fuzzy dice, and you’ve got […]