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TiVo reports a $20.6 million third-quarter loss due to declining revenue and a hike in operating costs.
TiVo and EchoStar will present oral arguments to the Federal Circuit judges tomorrow regarding their ongoing patent infringement battle.
TiVo shares are skyrocketing after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office affirms its patent on its Time Warp software.
Digital video recorder company TiVo provides third-quarter net loss guidance of $19 million to $21 million.
The cable and satellite industry is struggling to hold onto current subscribers, let alone bring in new ones, as television programming becomes more accessible on the Internet.
TiVo's recent court victory over Dish Network and EchoStar has handed TiVo greater leverage to go after big names like AT&T and Verizon.
Stocks rallied Friday after nonfarm payrolls fell by 36,000 in February, less than expected.
Alix Steel breaks down the market action. Guests include Stephanie Link, director of research for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Plus, Portfolio Bryan Ashenberg, portfolio manager of Breakout Stocks and Jeffrey Christian, managing director of the CPM Group.
TiVo stock has exploded after a federal appeals court affirmed a district court rules against Dish Network and EchoStar for continuing to infringe upon TiVo's DVR patents.
Spacenet Integrated Government Solutions, a division of Spacenet Inc.
Federal Communications Commission seeks to close programming loophole for cable companies
Antitrust regulators likely to impose tough conditions on Comcast, NBC deal
DirecTV to appoint PepsiCo executive Michael White as CEO, effective Jan. 1
EchoStar CEO Charles Ergen steps down from position, succeeded by board member Michael Dugan
Earnings roundup: GTx loss widens as costs rise, Caliper Life Sciences loss shrinks
EchoStar reverses 3rd-quarter loss with investment gains, falling expenses
Dish Network reported third-quarter earnings of $81 million from $92 million a year earlier as revenue fell 1.5% to $2.89 billion.
Dish to pay TiVo $200 mln for violating injunction on technology that rewinds, pauses live TV
A Texas court fines EchoStar $200 million over the DVR recording technology used by Dish Networks.
TiVo Inc. sues AT&T and Verizon for patent infringement of its DVR technology
TiVo says says AT&T and Verizon violated its DVR patents and is seeking damages and a permanent injunction.
Movers roundup: Fluor shares drop, QLogic stock climbs after analyst upgrades stock
EchoStar shares soar after 2nd-quarter results, Citi upgrade
TiVo shares fall after EchoStar wins a stay in the firms' DVR patent dispute.
TiVo's stock is soaring after a patent-suit ruling favored it over Dish, but some say the rally is premature and outsized.
Court orders Dish Network to pay $103 million to TiVo in patent infringement case
Earnings roundup: Dish Network profit, sales rise; Priceline.com net up with travel bookings
EchoStar posts 1st-quarter loss as revenue tumbles 13.5 percent
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