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Will Starz Find a Buyer?

While Starz (NASDAQ: STRZA) and potential suitors have declined to comment, there are reports that the pay-TV channel is interested in either a sale or some other kind of strategic alliance. 457 more words


NETFLIX -- NFLX PEAKED AT $373.25 BUT CLOSED @ $360.28 ON 11/21

OPEN TRADE:  Monday, 11/17/2014

  • BUY CALL:      $405.00…$1.05 suggested premium
  • SELL CALL:     $402.50…$1.31 suggested premium
  • BUY PUT:        $370.00…$1.44 suggested premium
  • SELL PUT:       $372.50…$1.70 suggested premium

CLOSE TRADE: Friday, 11/21/2014… 42 more words

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Is Netflix the Real Target of Amazon's Ad-Supported Video?

For those consumers who don’t want or need to pay $99 a year for Amazon.com Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) Prime free two-day shipping, streaming video and whatever-else-the company-can-think-of service, the company is reported to be preparing to release an advertising-supported video streaming service early next year that will be separate from Prime and likely cost less than the current $7.99 monthly subscription to Netflix Inc. 265 more words


Tim Cook Could Run Apple Another 10 Years

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), could run it for another decade, assuming the retirement age at the company is not 65. He is currently 54. 332 more words


4K Ultra HD Streaming: Coming Soon to a TV Near You

DirecTV (NASDAQ: DTV) on Friday became the first so-called multichannel video programming distributor (MVPD) to deliver 4K ultra-high definition (UHD) video on-demand directly to its customers who own a Samsung UHD TV and DirecTV’s Genie HD digital video recorder (DVR). 397 more words


Netflix Releases High-Definition Product for iPhone

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) fired another shot in the premium online video battles. It will take advantage of the tremendous adoption of the new Apple Inc. 325 more words


November 12, 2014

Stocks sank at the open. The Dow and SPX are currently down 67 pts & .36%, respectively. Telecom, consumer discretion and materials sectors are leading the way. 472 more words