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Apple's earnings will be in the spotlight on Monday, kicking off a busy week of quarterly reports.
Netflix may be in talks with cable companies to offer its service on set top boxes. TheStreet sees if the cable guys wants Netflix.
Cable-only companies need to acquire or develop programming that its competitors need.
As TV viewing habits continue to change, Entropic is an attractive long-term investment.
Aereo's Chet Kanojia says the CBS-Time Warner Cable dispute proves the need for consumer choice, and litigation be damned, his online service is eager to provide it.
How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see $185 million to buy on the close. Information technology has $175 million to buy, and financials has $150 million to buy. Citigroup (C) has $140 million to buy, Visa (V) has $90 million to ...
Apple and Time Warner Cable are reportedly in talks. Separately, Apple hires former YSL CEO to work on special projects.
BlackBerry 10 may not be the key to the company's turnaround, after BlackBerry reported less shipments in the first quarter than expected.
Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow tried living with FreedomPop's cellular-based, wireless Internet service and believes it's could be an inexpensive option to FiOS or cable-based services.
Yahoo! continues on its shopping spree with Hulu rumored to be the latest target for its growing online empire.
Aereo launches its service in Boston and plans to invade 22 cities as the broadcast network agitator continues its expansion plans.
Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow has been wowed by the new Roku 3 connected TV device and the value it offers
The 2013 valuations of Major League Baseball teams are in. Brittany Umar details the five most valuable teams.
Laurie Kulikowski and Debra Borchardt discuss TV show Game of Thrones ahead of its highly anticipated third season.
Entropic customers are poised to spend billions this year enabling and expanding Internet connectivity.
Modest orders at the close. My mavens on the floor of the exchange see modest orders on the close. Sector buys include industrials and information technology at $20 million each. Sector sells include consumer discretionary ($35 million) health care ...
The stock has pulled back to where this quality company is once again a good buy.
The market loves the very companies it disdained just six months ago.
Market Monitor Erik Ristuben of Russell Investments, doesn't think the fiscal cliff will stop stock market and the economy from gaining strength.