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Twitter's improved algorithm is clearly working, BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield claims.
Except for Kohl's, the stocks yielding 5% are too expensive.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer was expected to step down after Verizon finalized the deal to purchase the Internet firm.
Boutique banks held their own against the bulge bracket, while Qualcomm stuck with a Paul Weiss lawyer who'd only recently joined the firm.
Recent cable deals have shifted the media landscape, leaving smaller content companies vulnerable.
NYU prof's comments about Yahoo! CEO are way out of line.
Dumping overboard half its shares in the Internet company could clear the way for another activist.
Mergers and acquisitions in the media space saw explosive growth during the second quarter, according to a new report from PwC released Wednesday.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the importance of yield and online advertising. Chevron, Conoco, Clorox and Google are among the many stocks discussed here.
Patents, the license to monetize an idea, are being increasingly bought, sold, and traded.
CEO communicates tighter focus in email to employees.
The mood at this year's Sun Valley meeting of media moguls should be more somber and stressful as the industry faces challenging changes.
TD Ameritrade’s (AMTD) Investor Movement Index showed clients were net buyers of equities for the month of June.
Stock closed higher as investors bet the Federal Reserve will delay its looming rate hike as Greece flirts with default.
Stocks staged a comeback as investors bet the Federal Reserve will delay its looming rate hike as Greece moves closer to default.
Stocks give up some of their gains on Tuesday, as a default on Greece's debt payment due to the International Monetary Fund looks unavoidable.
U.S. stock futures trade higher Tuesday as investors cling to hope that a last-minute deal will be made between Greece and its creditors.
Mobile viewing is fast becoming the favored way to watch entertainment, but marketers remain reluctant to move more of the digital dollars to mobile and away from desktops and PCs.
Forget the Fed. Here are companies that are pushing the market higher for a variety of reasons.
Restaurant chain Sonic (SONC) was down in midday trading Tuesday after reporting weaker comparable-store sales in its third-quarter.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses deals he wishes would happen, why the Fed's watching Europe, and how negativity is powering this rally.
AOL banks on sponsored-content advertising as Verizon prepares to complete its purchase of the online company.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average comprises 30 blue-chip businesses, and all of them pay dividends. But some are better investments than others.
Huffington Post and its namesake Arianna Huffington may find that life at Verizon is pure paradise.
A newly-released a report credits digital with keeping the advertising sector afloat as TV ad sales shrink -- with a few notable exceptions.
Google buying Twitter? Verizon buying Yahoo!? Johnson & Johnson buying Bristol-Myers? Why not? Cramer asks.
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