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Pandora shares stumbled on news of new digital music services from Apple and Google, but analysts remain optimistic about the streaming stalwart, and view Pandora's dip as a buying opportunity.
The sports-network giant remains a TV force, but its rising costs are hurting its parent company.
In a year of big hits, Ted 2 couldn't crack the top of the box office over the weekend. But the lesson learned is an expanding movie market this summer.
Apple (AAPL) Music is set to launch Tuesday.
It may not have the the deep pockets of Carl Icahn, but a group of churches is using shareholder activism to change how some of America's best-known companies do business.
Some favorite cancelled TV series are set to come back, whether via primetime TV or Netflix. Here's a breakdown of which shows are returning and which ought to come back!
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses China's baffling economy, retail's rough road, and the hidden boost for shareholders in the Netflix stock split.
Ticket sales at movie theaters could put June within range of being the biggest month ever at the box office.
IAC Chairman Barry Diller said his organization would retain 80% of Match.com's parent company, Match Group.
The future looks bright for health care stocks.
MLB Advanced Media, the technology division under Major League Baseball, is reportedly considering an initial public offering.
IAC/InterActive stock was climbing Thursday as Barry Diller said he's ready to spin-off Match Group, which includes dating sites Match.com and Tinder.
U.S. stocks opened higher Thursday despite time running out for Athens to reach a debt deal with its international creditors.
Shares of streaming video giant Netflix have doubled in 2015, and it's planning more high-cost international expansions -- two of several good reasons it may be time to sell.
In Thursday's Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights new coverage on Fitbit (FIT), and a couple of downgrades on Netflix (NFLX) and Amazon.com (AMZN).
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