The man behind the looping graphics synonymous with internet culture passed away this week.
CAA’s purchase of ICM will create a super-agency to take on a changing entertainment industry.
Travis Scott has signed a production deal with A24, the film studio behind prestige films like “Uncut Gems,” “Moonlight,” and “Lady Bird.”
ScarJo’s complaint argues that the simultaneous theater/streaming release of “Black Widow” will cost her back-end money. And she might not be the only one.
Landis, a ‘rent-to-own’ startup focused on financial inclusion, raised a $165m round from investors that include Jay-Z and Will Smith.
Trapital’s Dan Runcie breaks down the strategic angle behind Square’s acquisition of Tidal.
The maker of the popular percussion massage Theragun just added serious names to its cap table, including Kevin Durant, Rihanna, James Harden, and Maria Sharapova.
Square’s acquisition of Tidal would supercharge its Cash App, among other benefits.
Jack Ma’s Alibaba empire has become too big and influential during a period of rising wealth inequality in China.
Ryan Reynolds used his marketing magic to sell Aviation Gin for $610m. Now he’s trying to make it happen with Mint Mobile.
The Gap is shutting down 30% of its stores (Gap, Banana Republic) by 2023 while making big bets on Athleta and Kanye.
The platform could be a great vehicle to deliver expertise of all kinds.
A startup called Cameo that gives fans a way to pay celebrities for video shout-outs is worth around $300m.
WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers, lost 30% of its value earlier this week after lowering its forecasts, and now it is looking to Oprah for a miracle.
The company behind virtual influencer Lil Miquela is currently closing another large funding round, as the rise of virtual influencers becomes more intriguing to VC firms.