The movie theater industry is ripe for consolidation, but not by who you think. Instead, it makes perfect sense for Netflix and Amazon to own theaters.
Tuesday's headlines are more about corporate news than regulation. Here's what you need to know.
Netflix blasted Wall Street estimates for Q1 subscriber growth late Monday, pushing the value of the world's biggest online streaming company closer content creator Walt Disney Co.
From #MeToo to local news commentary, these are the winners of the highly-revered Pulitzer prize.
WPP shares fell sharply in London Monday as investors reacted to the surprise departure of CEO and founder Sir Martin Sorrell on the heels of a company investigation into allegations that he mis-used company funds.
The streaming giant has been firing on all cylinders lately. But that has led to high expectations for its latest report.
AT&T and Time Warner would be 'leaving money on the table' if they do not use their negotiating leverage and the threat of a blackout to drive up prices for the Turner networks, government economic witness Carl Shapiro testified.
In light of the Zuckerberg hearings, we sat with Ian Myers, CEO of NewsPicks, a site with content curated by humans only, to get his thoughts on Facebook and the state of social media. Watch!
U.S. stock futures point to a lower Wall Street open; Facebook shares rise after CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress on the data privacy scandal and more. Watch now!
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