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How Much Further Can ESPN Drop?
How Much Further Can ESPN Drop?

11/23/15 - 08:55 AM EST

Disney's sports broadcaster should be more concerned about the drop in subscribers, who are cutting the cord and watching their sports elsewhere.

DraftKings, FanDuel Play High-Stakes IPO Game as Fantasy Sports, Yahoo! Face Investigation

Things look dangerous for daily fantasy sports companies like DraftKings, FanDuel and Yahoo!, as they face investigation from attorneys general and shutdowns within several states.

Google+ Is Back From the Dead, but It Still Won't Help Twitter

Google+ is back and more useful than ever. But, if you think new energy behind the product means Google wants to buy Twitter, you're wrong.

Here's Why Media Companies Can't Be Like Netflix

Probably the most interesting point to come out of the various calls this week was a confirmation that the cable companies are lowering their ad load.

Why Does Marissa Mayer Need McKinsey to Make Sense of Yahoo!?

If Marissa Mayer doesn't know how to turn around Yahoo! after four years, is she really the right person to lead it?

Here Are Facebook's Biggest Opportunities and Limits

It was an outstanding quarter - and everyone loves the stock. Let's review Facebook's opportunities and limits from here.

Yahoo! NFL Live-Stream Is the Wrong Game Plan for Shareholders

The Bills-Jaguars game from London on Sunday will provide a lot of market research -- but little else -- for Yahoo! shareholders.

Why Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer Must Go: Opinion

On the earnings call, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer spewed utter nonsense in defending her performance. She has to go, says Real Money's Eric Jackson.

Apple Music Is Already Singing a Victory Song

Apple's music streaming service is rocketing up the charts: CEO Tim Cook says it has 6.5 million paying customers already, with another 8.5 million taking their free trials.

Twitter Job Cuts: Why Stop at 300?
Twitter Job Cuts: Why Stop at 300?

10/14/15 - 02:03 PM EDT

Investors may be happy with Twitter's cost-cutting layoff plan, but everything that has been revealed so far leaves us with more questions than answers about the social media company.

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