Streaming platforms and British acting talent dominate top prizes at annual awards in Los Angeles.
We gather the numbers to know from the week’s biggest economic news stories so you can impress your friends.
As India locked down last year, locals turned to Korean dramas, spurring a jump in sales of Korean food, makeup, music.
Yves de M’Bella given a 12-month suspended jail term amid outcry over scene with man using dummy to simulate rape.
The deal also includes new rights to broadcast UEFA’s premium women’s football competition.
Starting as a joke, Dogecoin surged more than 16,000 percent the past year but was down after Musk’s comment.
With results in from 110 of the S&P 500 companies, 85.5 percent have beaten analysts’ estimates for earnings per share.
The streaming service added just 3.98 million subscribers in Q1, missing Wall Street’s estimate of 6.29 million.
During a White House meeting Biden said he has bipartisan support for legislation to fund the semiconductor industry.
Chuck Lorre and Reza Aslan’s new CBS sitcom is another iteration of Hollywood’s classic ‘white saviour’ story.
Trump argues he is protected by the US Constitution, but New York court says that’s moot, as he is no longer president.
As they enter their final TV season, the Kardashians remain marketing geniuses who changed the way people watch and buy.
Some 20 to 30 percent of Netflix’s 74 million US users potentially share their accounts, according to Bloomberg data.
In a statement, Amazon apologised ‘unconditionally’ after the show Tandav allegedly offended Hindu viewers.