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Shares of many cybersecurity companies were already up strongly over the last 12 months.
Pandora built a popular internet radio service just as listeners transitioned to on-demand streaming. Has time finally run out on CEO Tim Westergren?
Disney's Beauty and the Beast has earned over $1 billion since its March release.
The sports giant is turning to digital platforms to offset declines in pay-TV subscribers, but can the move to mobile reignite growth at Disney's largest single business?
Disney might have some competition when it comes to summer blockbusters.
Even as the network owner posted earnings that beat expectations, investors sent the stock falling amid lower ad sales and declines in pay-TV subscribers.
Hulu, a joint venture between some of the country's largest media conglomerates, unveils an online pay-TV service aimed at attracting consumers who have passed on pay-TV.
AT&T's DirecTV Now is the company's big bet that internet pay-TV can offset accelerating declines in traditional cable and satellite. On Tuesday, we'll get a peak into how its going.
Comic book movies, sequels and animated films are expected to be the biggest hits at the box office this year. TheStreet has compiled 10 of the biggest movies of 2017.
The company said lower amortization costs were responsible for the bullish outlook.
'There's been a little bit of a moving target,' regarding Apple's plans to develop original content, Mashable reported.
Facebook is serious about making video content more immersive.
Toshiba edged higher in Tokyo amid reports its flash-memory unit attracted the fund, which could play the role of kingmaker in the potential $23 billion deal.
Get ready for some fancy new expected features in Apple's tenth anniversary iPhone, including one involving augmented reality, and a possible new name.
Capitalizing on international appeal, 'The Fate of the Furious' is likely to catapult Universal Pictures back to the top rank among the Hollywood's film studios.
The Boss Baby is currently number one at the domestic box office.
Alphabet's YouTube TV went live this week, and while the service joins a crowded market for online pay-TV, its potential for growth is enormous.
The video game retailer is just another victim of consumers' preference to shop online.
The developer behind the infamous Grand Theft Auto series makes for a compelling investment opportunity.
AMC Networks says that by owning more of its programming, the comparatively small cable TV network owner can remain independent.
Spotify stands to save millions in underwriting fees if it skips the usual IPO process. But there are some distinct disadvantages as well.
Since 2008, Spotify has generated more than $5 billion for music labels and songwriters.
Spotify agreed to make some new albums completely available only to its paid subscribers, breaking an impasse with Universal Music that had lasted more than 18 months.
Sony wants to get its PlayStation VR device into more markets.
DVDs collecting dust on your shelves will be put to use again.
GameStop's lower revenue and traffic were inevitable in an industry that's seeing its customer base erode and migrate to online sales.
Online TV sounds good, and it's even gaining subscribers. But as young consumers embrace on-demand viewing, can it ever be anything more than a niche service?