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The move would be a way to capitalize on Amazon's growing portfolio of premium content, but it's not necessarily a slam dunk.
Vantiv, Global Payments and other could look beyond tuck-ins to major consolidation.
A pair of new reports suggest Apple's business philosophy might be preventing it from making needle-moving acquisitions of big companies, as well as succeeding with Apple TV.
You won't notice an "iPhone Chief" listed in Apple's staff directory.
CBS missed on its top line in the fourth quarter, but Wall Street is paying more attention to how the media giant is executing its five-year targets.
While these stocks may be priced similarly, the home improvement giant is a much better value.
Some tried-and-true indicators show what's really going on with the market.
The broadcast channel owner can point to price target raises and buy ratings ahead of the release of its 2016 fourth-quarter earnings.
Fox studio chief Stacey Snider says she's under no pressure from Rupert Murdoch to make films that might appeal to voters who elected Donald Trump president.
Verizon's point man on operating the Internet says the gigantic network of wires, switches and towers has a lot of work to do to prepare for the video explosion.
The social media giant is set to launch a new app in the coming months that will be available on Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV.
Apple's audience isn't asking it to make an acquisition so it's not going to, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
Some investors worry stocks will be overvalued if the new administration doesn't make the pro-business changes it promised during the campaign.
Eddy Cue, Apple's do-everything executive, showed portions of 'Planet of the Apps' and said the tech giant is taking a unique approach to developing original content.
Cramer said in an exclusive conference call with members of his Action Alerts PLUS club for investors that he's holding off on adding Amazon and Netflix due to high valuations.
The market is breaking free of much of what's been holding it back.
Expect mobile video to get more competitive after the Federal Communications Commission's recent decision on zero-rating.
New data reveals 48 percent of streaming couples in the U.S. are watching ahead of their partners and most only plan to cheat more.
Cramer shares his views about what's killing retailers and restaurants, and points out that the stock market isn't controlled by the president.
Snapchat's $3 billion cloud contracts with Amazon and Google highlight a tangled relationship with two of its largest Silicon Valley rivals.
An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.
Investors should keep an eye on interest rates and oil, but remember next week is still a week of big earnings reports, says Jim Cramer.
FireEye is known for its cybersecurity platform that can detect threats before they infiltrate a company's network perimeter.
The video-streaming company is reportedly looking to license more content from its shows.
Activision Blizzard reported a great quarter, as the at-home entertainment theme lives on, Cramer said.
The forces against traffic are numerous, powerful and secular.