Almost 60% of the entire U.S. population watched an online video last month, and almost half watched a video streamed by Google.
A new research note from Deutsche Bank focuses on some of the well-known, but lower profile Internet stocks that could be poised for big things.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include AOL, Caterpillar, Goodyear, Southwest Airlines, Synchrony and Yahoo.
In October, Google videos drew a total of more than 162 million unique desktop PC viewers in the United States, according to comScore.
Google tops 50 U.S. digital media properties again in September, but football-related sites are on the rise.
These are the top analyst upgrades and downgrades featured by 24/7 Wall St. for Wednesday, October 22, 2014.
Source: Yahoo! Inc.Some of the media and many financial analysts have said the Yahoo! Inc.’s (NASDAQ: YHOO) core business has no value at all, or may have a negative value effect on the public...
Digital media research firm comScore has released its ranking of the top 50 U.S. Web properties for August, and once again the list is topped by Google.
The cyberattacks that have compromised the most data have affected tens of millions of people and involved hundreds of millions of records. Here are the 10 largest of all time.
Source: courtesy of YouTubeThe signs have been everywhere, but it was not until Wednesday that they were pieced together and one analyst firm took the plunge. Jefferies said that Google Inc.’s...
Source: ThinkstockDigital media research firm comScore Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) has released its ranking of the top 50 U.S. web properties for July and the list is topped, once again, by the usual...
These are the top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations from Wall Street analysts on Thursday, August 7, 2014. They include Aetna, AOL, Chesapeake Energy, and Skyworks Solutions.
AOL released mixed second-quarter 2014 results before markets opened on Wednesday morning. Membership revenue declined in the quarter although display ad revenue rose.
By a variety of measurements, Google is the 800-pound gorilla of the Internet. It is by far the largest U.S. search engine and its various websites, including YouTube, attract the largest U.S....
Results from the American Customer Satisfaction Index 2014 E-business study are bound to set off more debate about which network or newspaper delivers the best news and whether their political...