The NCAA's financial disclosures suggest the sports powerhouse is really just another legacy media company losing ground to nimbler upstarts.
Live gatherings are battling online options just to manage all the details of an expensive meeting, then keep relationships built over a year.
A phone can do much of what fancy, built-in systems can do for navigation, entertainment and Web access, creating a problem for carmakers and questions for buyers and investors.
When you have to negotiate cell data separately in 185 countries, it's obvious the global data village has turned out to be not so warm and cozy after all.
An un-music label grows its sales 81 times faster than the traditional while leaving the bulk of the money (and more work) with the artist.
The Web has taught a ukulele and transcribing expert to sing a sad song of millions of pageviews without a cent in profit.
Skweez Media knows where to find a revenue stream in an age flooded with free porn: Cheap, one-day access to a Netflix-like library of XXX content.
Traditional analysis would indicate that eventually time catches up with Amazon and some sort of correction is in the offing. But no such correction is at hand.
On the face of it, there's not a thing this start-up did not do right. It's just a tough market for computer hardware makers.
Google buying Nest is only one example of the faith tech puts in the notion of the smart home. Investors would be even smarter to watch from a distance for a while.