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Google Is Now Alphabet, but Will Anyone Notice -- or Even Care?

Shares of Alphabet started trading on Monday, but consumers -- and many investors -- aren't likely to stop calling the company by its previous name: Google.

IMAX China Showing No Fear in Hong Kong Stock Offering

IMAX China is making a big bet that investors are bullish on the Chinese consumer and willing to think long term about the Hong Kong stock market.

Why Nielsen Has Nothing to Fear From Rentrak-comScore Merger

Rentrak and comScore plan to merge, setting up a potential rival to the much-criticized Nielsen. But despite media executive's many complaints, Nielsen is certain to remain the industry standard.

Will Covering Pope Francis Help Redeem Brian Williams?

Brian Williams returns to MSNBC to remake his career and attempt to breathe some life into the flagging fortunes of Comcast's cable news network.

Pandora's Music Business Is Proving to Be Very Resilient

Pandora shares climbed Monday as a decision by the U.S. Copyright Office is expected to favor a payment regimen favored by the music streaming service over those of musician associations.

Are Media Execs Ready to Pull the Plug on Netflix?

CEOs of Discovery, Time Warner and Fox this week made clear they're rethinking their relationship with Netflix, the streaming powerhouse that's been taking their viewers, and money, for years.

Why the Dolan Family Had to Sell Cablevision

James Dolan's timing was perfect. Cablevision is getting top dollar even as the traditional pay-TV bundle comes under pressure from streaming services led by Netflix and HBO.

Fox Is Dropping Big Hints Its Relationship with Netflix May Change

As Netflix and other streaming platforms gain subscribers, content creators such Fox will reassess licensing their dramatic serials and movies, says CEO James Murdoch.

Why AppleTV Could Actually Be Good for Comcast, Charter, Cablevision

Apple TV could actually give people more reasons to hold on to their cable TV service rather than "cutting the cord."

Apple Will Find Making Television Much Harder Than Selling Music

Apple makes great mobile devices, but acquiring and producing great television is harder than it looks. This reality could disrupt the best laid plans of an Apple TV streaming service.

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