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Netflix Finishes First in Streaming Survey

In the first quarter of this year, half of all U.S. households had a paid subscription to a video streaming service. That is the same percentage as the number of ...
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Customer Service Hall of Shame

Every company in the United States likes to promise an exceptional customer experience. Yet some corporations do a truly abysmal job keeping that promise -- these companies provide very poor ...
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‘Finding Dory’ Still Top Movie of 2016

The summer release of major movies is nearly over. The most recent high budget flop was "Ben-Hur," a remake of the Charlton Heston classic. It did a pathetic $11.4 million ...
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Why Wal-Mart Should Buy Hulu

The Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT) buyout of Jet.com for $3.3 billion gets it a very modest expansion of e-commerce, little more than any of its efforts in the past. Wal-Mart does ...
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2 Gigantic Trades Highlight Insider Selling: GrubHub, Cooper-Standard, AON, Knight Transportation, Comcast and More

We were bound to see it, and it probably continues all through August. Insider selling continued to mount as the markets hit all-time highs and as windows at companies once ...
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Comcast Xfinity Crushes Competition in Speed Test

There were two piece of news in the new Ookla Speedtest report. One was that internet speeds in the United States have hit record levels. The other is that Comcast ...
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Why Time Warner Earnings Report Is Boosting Share Prices

Time Warner Inc. (NYSE: TWX) reported second-quarter 2016 results before markets opened Wednesday. The entertainment giant posted quarterly adjusted EPS of $1.29 and $6.95 billion in revenues. In the same ...
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Google Has Largest US Internet Audience, Followed by Facebook

Experts point out that Alphabet Inc.'s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) Google and Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) together have almost three-quarters of the online ad revenue in the United States. Is it any wonder? ...
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Merrill Lynch Outlines Potential Level 3 Buyout Premium, and Shows Hurdles

Just a week ago some reports had surfaced that Level 3 Communications Inc. (NYSE: LVLT) was a potential buyout target. The reality is that this may depend on reports versus potentiality, and there ...
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Verizon and AT&T: Perfect Stocks as Market Runs Higher

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) and Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) are not flash companies in the world of high tech, but they have been perfect investments as the market has ...
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5 Potential Roadblocks or Caveats Worth Considering About Level 3 Buyout Rumors

If there is one infrastructure play in communications that would make a crown jewel of an acquisition, Level 3 Communications Inc. (NYSE: LVLT) would fit that bill. In fact, it ...
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Why Jefferies Says to Sell Netflix Now

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) is one of the top players when it comes to the convergence of media. It is a true disruptor, and it has made many investors a ...
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Google Edges Facebook as America’s Most Visited Site

The Google sites, owned by Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL), were the most visited in May, based on desktop and mobile results together. They had 241.6 million unique visitors. Search trumped ...
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Top Analyst Loves 2 Top Blue Chips With Big China Exposure

Any way you slice it, doing business in China is huge, and for one simple reason, the huge population. For years American companies have slowly but surely been making progress ...
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Pay-TV Players Offer Alternative to FCC Set-Top Box Proposal

The National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) was among the parties proposing an alternative to a proposal put forth by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in February that would uncouple ...
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