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Hulu will develop 'Battleground,' its first original series.
Netflix is hit with a class-action suit by investors who claim the company withheld information.
Best Buy is shuffling the responsibilities of two senior managers.
Dish Network will shutter more Blockbuster stores than previously expected, according to Reuters.
Sears loses financing from CIT, but more backers could be pulling out soon.
The resignation of Urban Outfitters' CEO raises questions about the company's turnaround prospects in 2012.
Netflix agrees to a 56-day window for new DVD releases from Warner Bros.
Urban Outfitters CEO Glen Senk resigns from the company and is replaced by Richard Hayne.