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People.com: Martha Stewart Says Daughter's Tell-All Book Is 'Hilarious'updated: Tue Oct 04 2011 17:49:00

"It's irreverent and it's lots of fun," the domestic diva says about Whateverland

SI.com: Richard Deitsch: ESPN hires Rice as NFL analystupdated: Mon Aug 08 2011 17:32:00

ESPN has hauled in the NFL's greatest receiver.

SI.com: Peter King: Why it's good to be in dark on CBA negotiations; mailupdated: Tue Feb 22 2011 12:15:00

The best news out of the talks between the NFL Players Association, the league and a Washington mediator is that there hasn't been a leak of any kind.

CNNMoney: Stern-proof: Ford offers satellite radio, speed blockupdated: Wed Dec 29 2010 16:11:00

Those days of fast cars and rock n' roll could be coming to an end for teen drivers.

People.com: Denise Richards Coy About Charlie Sheen Troublesupdated: Tue Oct 26 2010 22:28:00

"It's been a very eventful trip," Richards says after her ex is found irrational and intoxicated in his hotel room

Campaign targets 'fat talk,' negative body imagesupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 19:54:00

Attention, please! Did you know that you should not talk about "fat" this week.

People.com: David Arquette: How We Told Coco About Breakupupdated: Wed Oct 13 2010 10:07:00

The actor and Courteney Cox broke the news to their daughter during a beach picnic

People.com: David Arquette: Courteney Cox Is Tired of Being My 'Mother'updated: Tue Oct 12 2010 17:50:00

The actor also reveals to Howard Stern that the couple haven't slept together in months

SI.com: Peter King: How loss of Rice affects Vikings; mailbagupdated: Tue Aug 24 2010 11:50:00

Scattershooting around the NFL today, starting with an injury that's going to have a major impact on the NFC North race:

SI.com: Ross Tucker: Why fans must pay attention to NFL CBA issuesupdated: Tue Jul 20 2010 01:50:00

The majority of NFL fans may not have any interest in the Green Bay Packers' annual financial report that was released on Wednesday. They may not pay much attention to the issues that surround the labor talks between the league and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA). After all, in a battle between millionaire players and billionaire owner, what fans think hardly matters anyway, right?

People.com: 'Comedian' Jamie Foxx Apologizes to Miley Cyrusupdated: Wed Apr 15 2009 12:23:00

After his outrageous outbursts on radio, the Oscar winner says he was only having fun

SI.com: Ross Tucker: Jags' interest in QBs is nonsensicalupdated: Fri Apr 03 2009 13:38:00

The news that the Denver Broncos traded Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears means Jacksonville quarterback David Garrard has avoided one possible threat to his standing atop the Jaguars depth chart. But Garrard still has one more huge hurdle to overcome with the 2009 NFL Draft staring him squarely in the face in three weeks.

SI.com: Ross Tucker: Now Tony Romo's on the hot seat, more Mailbagupdated: Fri Mar 06 2009 12:40:00

We took an informal poll on my Sirius NFL Radio show to gauge the mood of Cowboys fans in the wake of Jerry Jones' decision to release Terrell Owens. A clear majority of the callers, say 75 percent, were ecstatic about the move, describing it as one of the best days in the history of the franchise and predicting an upcoming Super Bowl appearance. The other callers argued T.O. wasn't the problem and the blame should be placed squarely on the shoulders of one man. Head coach Wade Phillips? Nope. Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett? Uh-uh. To a man, every caller who was disappointed with the Cowboys placed the onus on quarterback Tony "Big-Game" Romo.

SI.com: Ross Tucker: Production at Combine no forecast of on-field successupdated: Thu Feb 12 2009 11:35:00

Most of the top NFL prospects are scattered about at private training centers or college campuses as they prepare for the annual cattle call known as the Scouting Combine. The preparation process has become big business and a huge part of any agent's sales pitch to college stars looking for an advisor. There is one major problem, however, with all of the hoopla and commerce surrounding the next big event on the NFL calendar: the physical testing that takes place and the numbers that are generated become less and less relevant each year.

Time.com: XM Satellite, Sirius Complete Mergerupdated: Tue Jul 29 2008 09:00:00

XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio say they have completed their merger

Time.com: XM, Sirius Radio to Pay $19.7Mupdated: Thu Jul 24 2008 18:00:00

The nation's two satellite radio companies have agreed to pay $19.7 million to settle rules violations, a move that is expected to lead to quick approval of their merger

Time.com: Satellite Radio's Unexpected Turn updated: Fri Jul 18 2008 08:00:00

Jonathan Adelstein, a fierce critic of allowing big media companies to get bigger, surprised people with a proposal that would allow the nation's only two satellite radio companies to merge

CNNMoney: Sirius-XM: It's about timeupdated: Mon Jun 16 2008 10:48:00

Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio are one step closer to finally completing their merger. For investors and consumers, it can't happen soon enough.

CNNMoney: Stocks set for weak openupdated: Mon Jun 16 2008 09:29:00

Stocks looked set for a weak open Monday and oil prices broke a new record as Lehman confirmed its massive quarterly loss.

Fortune: XM's costs pile up as merger stallsupdated: Tue May 13 2008 10:34:00

XM Satellite Radio reported Monday more of the same as it limps toward a final decision on its proposed merger with rival Sirius Satellite Radio: Slower growth and wider losses.

Sirius Satellite Radio in picturesupdated: Tue Apr 22 2008 01:34:00

Operating from its corporate headquarters in New York City's Rockefeller Center, Sirius Satellite Radio broadcasts over 130 digital-quality channels, including 69 channels of commercial-free music, plus exclusive channels of sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, weather and data to more than 7.1 million subscribers.

Mel Karmazin, CEO, Sirius Satellite Radioupdated: Tue Apr 22 2008 00:09:00

CNN's Andrew Stevens gets advice from Mel Karmazin, CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio, in ''The Boardroom.''

FSB: XM/Sirius merger: Bad for business?updated: Tue Mar 25 2008 16:04:00

On Monday, the Justice Department approved the $4.6 billon merger of Sirius Radio and XM Satellite Radio Holdings, the nation's only satellite radio providers.

Satellite radio mega-merger to go aheadupdated: Mon Mar 24 2008 22:34:00

Justice Department antitrust lawyers Monday approved the proposed merger of rivals XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio, a $5 billion deal that will create a giant in a growing industry that now has more than 14 million subscribers.

Sirius launches 'Client 9 Radio'updated: Sun Mar 16 2008 16:20:00

For those who can't get enough of New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's sex scandal, Sirius Satellite Radio has launched "Client 9 Radio," a channel dedicated to covering all aspects of the Spitzer saga.

CNNMoney: Sirius-XM: One year later and still waitingupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 10:23:00

Happy Presidents' Day! Since the U.S. markets are closed, businesses don't usually make big announcements on this holiday.

FSB: Lessons from Big Auto's disastrous misstepsupdated: Wed Jan 23 2008 13:54:00

If I had my druthers, I'd rather learn from someone else's screw-ups than face another of my own bone-headed business blunders. So I was all eyes and ears here at the North American International Auto Show, which opened to the public over the weekend after several days of press previews and glitzy industry events. If ever there were a poster child for how a small business should not play the innovation game, it's here at this massive shrine to All Things Automotive.

FSB: Radio is the hot tech frontierupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 13:57:00

Get ready for what has got to be the all-time greatest sleeper of a tech trend: Radios, I kid you not, are making a comeback in 2008.

Time.com: Sirius Acquires XM for $5 Billionupdated: Wed Nov 14 2007 09:00:00

Shareholders approved a deal Tuesday to allow Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. to acquire its rival XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. for about $5 billion

ShowandTellupdated: Fri Nov 02 2007 16:59:00

Cruising the Internet Highway in your car.

Save the Earth and save moneyupdated: Wed Oct 10 2007 13:55:00

Resolutions tend to be goals like quitting smoking, running some knee-crushing marathon, or writing that long-delayed memoir or mystery novel, all noble if daunting propositions. But resolutions don't have to be just about you, pal. How about thinking about doing good for others, namely this pretty blue planet you've been sponging off of for so long?

CNNMoney: XM Radio's CEO to step downupdated: Tue Jul 24 2007 05:06:00

XM Satellite Radio said on Tuesday that Hugh Panero, its chief executive and a company founder, will step down in August.

CNNMoney: XM, Sirius: Merger would increase choicesupdated: Mon Jul 23 2007 04:12:00

Satellite radio providers Sirius and XM said Monday they can offer consumers a variety of subscription packages that cost up to 46 percent less than current plans if their merger is approved.

CNNMoney: Bad reception for Sirius and XMupdated: Mon Mar 26 2007 10:50:00

Consumers and investors currently can choose between two satellite radio companies. And although Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio are hoping to change that, Wall Street appears to be betting that their merger is not going to get approved.

CNNMoney: Sirius says deal will mean low-price planupdated: Wed Mar 21 2007 08:26:00

Sirius Satellite Radio said Wednesday that its proposed deal with XM would lead to the offering of a low-cost basic package for consumers, according to an SEC filing.

CNNMoney: Sirius-XM deal is sweet music for consumersupdated: Tue Feb 20 2007 05:44:00

If Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio are allowed to go through with their plans to merge, there will only be one satellite radio network left in the U.S. But make no mistake: this would not constitute your classic monopoly.

CNNMoney: XM, Sirius announce mergerupdated: Mon Feb 19 2007 13:51:00

Rivals XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. and Sirius Satellite Radio are entering into a merger of equals that will create a satellite radio giant, the companies announced Monday.

CNNMoney: Oil slide could fuel stocksupdated: Tue Jan 09 2007 07:52:00

Stocks were poised for early gains Tuesday as much lower oil prices and even more merger-and-acquisition news could boost positive momentum.

CNNMoney: Wednesday's late moversupdated: Wed Nov 08 2006 15:43:00

Here are some of the companies whose shares were active in late trading Wednesday:

CNNMoney: Futures ease as House shiftsupdated: Tue Nov 07 2006 21:33:00

U.S. stock futures fell late Tuesday as initial returns showed the Democrats capturing the House and making gains in the Senate, where control remained in doubt.

CNNMoney: XM stock soars on narrowed lossupdated: Mon Nov 06 2006 10:17:00

XM Satellite stock jumped Monday after the No. 1 satellite radio company sharply cut its losses in the most recent quarter.

CNNMoney: XM, Sirius asked to pay song royaltiesupdated: Wed Nov 01 2006 12:01:00

Satellite radio operators XM Satellite Holdings and Sirius Satellite Radio may have to pony up more cash for the rights to play artists' songs on their various stations if a music industry group gets its way.

CNNMoney: Sirius closing in on larger rival XM Satelliteupdated: Wed Oct 04 2006 09:39:00

Sirius Satellite said Wednesday it added new subscribers at a rapid pace in the third quarter, helping it narrow the gap with its larger rival XM Satellite Radio.

Business 2.0: Hits & Missesupdated: Mon Oct 02 2006 11:36:00

[HIT] Getting Sirius. Everyone from the competition to the media to Wall Street ridiculed Sirius Satellite Radio for spending $500 million to land Howard Stern--but the King of All Fart Jokes seems...

CNNMoney: XM chair upbeat about company, industryupdated: Wed Sep 20 2006 08:58:00

Shares of XM Satellite may be languishing, but chairman Gary Parsons emphasized Wednesday the growth potential for the industry and company.

CNNMoney: Hi-tech ways around traffic headachesupdated: Mon Aug 28 2006 16:43:00

A long weekend is a great time to take your family on a road trip. Unfortunately, it's also a great time for everyone else to take their family on a road trip and there are only so many roads to go around.

CNNMoney: Karmazin: Sirius would like to buy XMupdated: Tue Jun 27 2006 07:48:00

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. Chief Executive Mel Karmazin said Monday he would like to buy archrival XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., but price and regulatory hurdles would be issues.

Fortune: Mercedes gets its mojo backupdated: Tue May 02 2006 14:31:00

Back story: Although it likes to think of itself as King of the Road, Mercedes has been running back in the pack for the last couple of years, thanks to quality problems, clunky designs, and an intense whispering campaign by competitors.

Fortune: Two stocks to duck and one to grabupdated: Wed Mar 01 2006 08:41:00

Half way there folks ...

CNNMoney: Satellite radio falls from lofty orbitupdated: Mon Feb 06 2006 12:05:00

Satellite radio stocks are slowly descending back to earth this year, despite the presence of the radio industry's biggest star.

Fortune: All hail the airport Priusupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 00:01:00

There's something unsettling about walking outside your office building and finding a man dressed in a suit inviting you into the back of a Toyota Prius. First of all, it's small. Really small. ("D...

CNNMoney: All Boss, all the time?updated: Tue Oct 25 2005 06:37:00

Sirius Satellite Radio is set to unveil a channel dedicated to rock star Bruce Springsteen, according to a published report.

CNNMoney: We're so moneyupdated: Fri Jul 01 2005 10:38:00

It's been a tough stock-picking environment for investors so far this year. The major indexes all finished the first half of 2005 slightly in the red.

Business 2.0: Grow Your Ownupdated: Fri Jul 01 2005 00:01:00

Your cover story provided the clarity I needed to help my small team create something bigger ("The new Instant Companies," June). My company makes spa products for hotels and individuals. This spri...

CNNMoney: Time to tune into Sirius?updated: Thu Jun 16 2005 09:30:00

Sirius Satellite Radio claims on its Web site that not all radio is created equal.

CNNMoney: Report: Stern executive to Sony BMGupdated: Tue Jun 14 2005 06:56:00

Sony BMG Music Entertainment is set to name a former executive from The Howard Stern Production Co. for its new film and television units, according to a published report.

CNNMoney: Hyundai customers say 'no' to Stern?updated: Fri May 13 2005 11:14:00

A surprising number of Hyundai customers said they didn't want Sirius Satellite Radio installed in their vehicles because they objected to Howard Stern, according to an auto news Web site.

CNNMoney: Can Martha Stewart Omnimedia rebound?updated: Tue Apr 26 2005 08:26:00

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, the New York lifestyle media and merchandising company, offered investors starved for good news a glimmer of hope in an otherwise grim earnings report Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Martha gets Sirius in radio dealupdated: Mon Apr 18 2005 10:39:00

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Sirius Satellite Radio announced Monday a joint venture to launch a lifestyle channel on the subscription-based radio service.

CNNMoney: Bill Bradley coming to Siriusupdated: Thu Apr 14 2005 06:11:00

Sirius Satellite Radio, the service that is set to bring shock jock Howard Stern to subscribers, has announced a deal with one of the least shocking hosts, Bill Bradley, the former basketball start and senator known for his reserved manner.

CNNMoney: Some Sirius competition?updated: Tue Apr 05 2005 11:49:00

Cell phone carriers are looking to give satellite radio operators a run for their money.

CNNMoney: Hyundai makes XM standardupdated: Wed Mar 23 2005 07:31:00

Hyundai Motor Co. said Wednesday it plans to offer XM Satellite Radio as standard equipment on all U.S. models by 2007.

CNNMoney: XM Satellite adds to lineupupdated: Wed Feb 02 2005 11:47:00

The race among satellite radio operators to sign up big name celebrities heated up Wednesday when XM Satellite Radio announced it will soon add conservative talk show hosts Dr. Laura Schlesinger and G. Gordon Liddy to its programming lineup.

CNNMoney: Karmazin denies Sirius-XM merger talksupdated: Wed Jan 26 2005 06:23:00

Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio are holding preliminary talks on a possible merger, a newspaper said Wednesday, but Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin denied the report.

CNNMoney: Howard's end?updated: Thu Dec 23 2004 09:05:00

The shock jock died Thursday on public radio.

Fortune: ON THE RADARupdated: Mon Dec 13 2004 00:01:00

A Sirius Challenge

CNNMoney: Battle of the bandsupdated: Sun Dec 05 2004 19:20:00

SALEM, Ore. (CNN/Money) - On a recent morning, my husband and I drove three hours through the mountains, in a snowstorm, with two-year-old twins, a carsick puppy and no cell phone service.

Business 2.0: Hits & Missesupdated: Wed Dec 01 2004 00:01:00

[HIT] Desperate marketing. When your network's in last place, using on-air promos is a surefire way to keep it there, since you'll only reach your own ever-shrinking ranks of loyal viewers. So ABC ...

CNNMoney: Stocks recharge rallyupdated: Mon Nov 22 2004 09:42:00

Stocks rallied anew Monday, with investors returning to equities following Friday's mass exodus and in response to falling oil prices.

CNNMoney: Report: Karmazin to head Siriusupdated: Thu Nov 18 2004 16:42:00

Former Viacom president Mel Karmazin is joining Sirius Satellite Radio as chief executive officer, a news report said Thursday.

CNNMoney: Suddenly, satellite radio mattersupdated: Mon Oct 25 2004 17:29:00

The satellite radio business has been cranking up the volume these past few weeks.

CNNMoney: The spirit of satellite radioupdated: Wed Oct 06 2004 09:33:00

This is an update of a column that originally ran on September 30.

Business 2.0: Satellite Radioupdated: Fri Oct 01 2004 00:01:00

If there were doubts about satellite radio's mass appeal, this year they disappeared. In January a mere 1.6 million people pulled down music and other entertainment from the sky. But by year's end,...

CNNMoney: The spirit of satellite radioupdated: Thu Sep 30 2004 11:39:00

In an ugly market for techs, investors remain enchanted by satellite radio stocks.

CNNMoney: Nasdaq networks its way higherupdated: Wed Jun 23 2004 14:51:00

Technology stocks continued to rise Wednesday as gains in network gear makers like Juniper Networks fueled a modest rally in the sector.

CNNMoney: Tech stocks fall, Nasdaq sheds 42 pointsupdated: Tue Apr 20 2004 17:34:00

Technology stocks fell and the Nasdaq composite slid more than 40 points on Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan spoke before Congress, re-igniting fears of an interest rate hike.

CNNMoney: Tech stocks stage a recoveryupdated: Wed Feb 25 2004 14:51:00

Investors went bargain-hunting for technology stocks Wednesday, helping boost the Nasdaq to a higher close and snap a string of five straight losing sessions.

Fortune: 8 Subscription Burnout Bill me later? How about never?updated: Mon Feb 23 2004 00:01:00

Perhaps you're thinking of getting a new watch. Yours is so passe: It only tells time. Thanks to Microsoft, now you can buy a watch that receives news, weather, e-mail, sports scores, stock prices,...

CNNMoney: Satellite radio ga-gaupdated: Tue Feb 03 2004 12:52:00

Satellite radio is a great service but shares of Sirius Satellite Radio and its larger rival XM Satellite Radio continue to orbit (couldn't resist) in some pretty rarified air.

CNNMoney: Stocks to watch Wednesdayupdated: Tue Jan 27 2004 16:55:00

Earnings news remained at the forefront after the closing bell Tuesday, with Amazon.com, Kraft Corp. and Electronic Arts all showing off quarterly numbers.

CNNMoney: Winning day for techsupdated: Tue Jan 06 2004 14:30:00

Technology stocks helped propel the Nasdaq composite to a new two-year high Tuesday, as a solid sector performance helped the Nasdaq distinguish itself from more lackluster results by the Dow and the S&P 500.

CNNMoney: Techs start new year flatupdated: Fri Jan 02 2004 14:42:00

Technology stocks ended little changed in light trading Friday on the first day of the new year.

Fortune: Pumping Up the Volumeupdated: Mon Jun 23 2003 00:01:00

One market mystery this spring has been the astronomical trading volume in the stock of Sirius Satellite Radio (SIRI, $2). The company may have A-list investors like Blackstone Group and a fine pro...

Fortune: Satellite Radio Who said video killed the radio star? Listen up: XM's digital service is out of this world.updated: Mon Oct 15 2001 00:01:00

Before the arrival of cable TV, the skeptics asked, "Who in his right mind would pay to see television?" Before Perrier flowed to these shores, those with parched imaginations scoffed, "Pay for wat...

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