Seth Archer

Seth Archer is a media reporter for TheStreet.com. Follow him on twitter: @SethPArcher

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TubeMogul Pushes Forward Through Lots of Volatility

TubeMogul Pushes Forward Through Lots of Volatility

TubeMogul's stock went tumbling following an announcement the ad tech company will offer five million shares in a secondary offering.

‘Jurassic World’ Success Makes These 7 Box Office Bombs Look Even Worse

‘Jurassic World’ Success Makes These 7 Box Office Bombs Look Even Worse

As we applaud the wild success of dinosaurs at the box office this weekend, let's recall some recent movies that studios hoped would be blockbusters, but instead were simply busts.

What You Can Learn From How Small Banks Handle Financial Stress

What You Can Learn From How Small Banks Handle Financial Stress

Medium-sized banks will have to release results of federally mandated stress tests publicly starting on Monday, June 15, which will help investors better assess risk.

Summer Blockbusters Are Lighting up Twitter for Disney, Universal, Fox

Summer Blockbusters Are Lighting up Twitter for Disney, Universal, Fox

Summer blockbusters are inspiring the masses to flock to social media, which may mean bigger profits for the studios

Netflix Climbs Even Higher on Expectations of Stock Split

Netflix Climbs Even Higher on Expectations of Stock Split

Netflix asked for shareholder approval to split its stock, and might decide to do so at today's annual meeting

'The Wolfpack' Highlights Shifting Landscape of Indie Movie Business

'The Wolfpack' Highlights Shifting Landscape of Indie Movie Business

Independent movies are having to finding new ways to get to the eyes of viewers

AOL Is Betting on a Second Season of Steve Buscemi's 'Park Bench'

AOL Is Betting on a Second Season of Steve Buscemi's 'Park Bench'

AOL is premiering the first episode of the second season of 'Park Bench,' which is one of the many short shows the company is making.

Disney May Be Expensive but Shares Could Go Higher

Disney May Be Expensive but Shares Could Go Higher

Disney's ability to generate movie profits far beyond the box-office could push its stock higher, even as shares are already expensive relative to earnings, says Todd Juenger of Bernstein Research.

Vimeo Starts Subscription Service to Make Money, Beat YouTube

Vimeo Starts Subscription Service to Make Money, Beat YouTube

Vimeo began offering the first part of a new subscription model on Tuesday to attract new producers and turn profitable.