- The increasing pressure for television providers to provide on-demand content for younger viewers.
- The continuing resilience of traditional TV among older, and wealthier customers.
No, retail hasn't totally died.
Before it created a streaming empire, Netflix was spurned by Blockbuster, withdrew its first attempt for an IPO and navigated years of unprofitability.
Savings and other benefits would be "significantly more" than the $30 billion estimates some have floated, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure said.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson is headed to the West Coast to push Amazon to up its efforts on diversity.