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Four operators control 90% of the U.S. market. Could that number shrink to three before Labor Day?
YouTube wants to make live-streaming more popular, and help it attract subscribers for its live TV service.
AT&T senior executive VP Bob Quinn said the company is still unsure what final conditions may be needed as part of the approval process.
The film should compensate internationally, however, where the Michael Bay franchise is as big as ever.
Viacom is banking on a hit from its film studio's cornerstone franchise.
A tech recovery pushes the S&P 500 and Dow to records.
Wall Street enjoyed big gains as tech names recovered.
Stocks move higher as tech sector names make gains.
Vice secures $450 million in new financing from TPG Capital, an early investor in Uber and Airbnb.
The deal includes genres from scripted drama to comedy and will include a path for Time Warner's network HBO to develop shows for the app.
Elsewhere, 2Pac biopic "All Eyez on Me" had a breakout debut, and "Rough Night" had a rough weekend.
Trump sold most of his personal stock holdings in June 2016.
Amazon's Whole Foods deal has captured one California congressman's attention, but President Trump, who has accused Amazon of having antitrust problems in the past, has yet to weight in.
The ride hailing service Careem is a Middle Eastern tech success story with a $1 billion valuation.
Activision Blizzard is looking at ways to punish players who quit in the middle of games, too.
Time Warner, owner of HBO, had more to lose if it had pulled back from The Public Theater amid conservative criticism about its production of 'Julius Caesar.'
CEO Rich Battista said the layoffs are the result of shifting the publisher's emphasis online.
It was another rough day for the Nasdaq, its second in a row, as a selloff in tech stocks resumed.
Although 'The Mummy' was a domestic disappointment, internationally the film scored Tom Cruise's largest opening.
Friday's tech selloff isn't over.
'The Mummy' brought in $174.1 million globally.
A weak debut for "The Mummy" is ominous for Universal's planned "Dark Universe," but the international box office may give the film a reprieve.