Twitter has acquired Yes Inc., a Palo Alto-based startup that has been developing social apps like Frenzy and WYD. Yes CEO Keith Coleman will become Twitter’s new VP of Product. Twitter CTO Adam…
Fox’s Yes network aims to turn up the pressure in its carriage standoff with Comcast by launching a media blitz to encourage New York City-area viewers to switch providers as the start of baseball…
Chris Squire, known for co-founding and playing bass for progressive rock band Yes, died Saturday night just a month after revealing that he had been diagnosed with leukemia. He was 67. Yes confirmed…
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While promoting his new film, “12 Years a Slave,” at the Toronto Film Festival, Brad Pitt was asked whether or not a sequel to “World War Z” was in the works. “We’re certainly talking about it, yes,”…
David Mamet's trifle "November" suddenly looks like a political classic compared to Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn's "Yes, Prime Minister." Recycled and updated from a U.K.TV series, this stage comedy…
News Corp. may soon expand its sports empire with a stake in YES Network, one of the nation's most watched regional sports nets, a person familiar with the situation said Thursday.
Breakout 'Housewives' alum coverts reality TV stardom into Skinnygirl brand behemoth.
A lucid, mostly cogent PowerPoint presentation with live actors.
"The Yes Men Fix the World" finds its titular merry pranksters up to yet more capitalist-critiquing chicanery and fat-cat-fooling fun.
In the spectrum of Jim Carrey vehicles, "Yes Man" hews closest structurally to "Liar Liar," offering the rubber-faced comic actor plenty of opportunities to riff -- but with far too few moments that…
Biopic offers could be waved at Kiran Bedi following "Yes Madam, Sir," an enthralling chronicle of her brilliant, tempestuous career as India's first elite policewoman.