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Amazon.com is launching its own Game Studio along with a social game for Facebook called ‘Living Classics.' This is the company’s first major step into video game development. But with Zynga’s recent downfall, one analyst is questioning Amazon’s decision to invest in social gaming.
Here's a way to bring back some of the good ol' days of picnicking in parks before water restrictions forced officials to turn off the sprinklers. Buy yourself some grass-lined flip-flops.
Millions of American kids will arrive home this month full of stories about traditional activities like archery and swimming. The summer retreats we feature here break that mold.
On the heels of 'The Avengers' massive performance and the successful launch of Cars Land at its California theme park, Disney is expected to report stronger results across its segments on Tuesday after the bell.
SecondMarket, the leading platform for trading private company shares, seems to be benefiting from growing distrust in the public markets — despite losing its most popular company, Facebook, to the public market.
The CEO of LinkedIn said in an interview with CNBC that the company's model and global reach set it apart from other social networks and that's why the company's shares have more than doubled since its IPO in May 2011.
In a time when musicians made an average of about $34,000 off their music before deducting touring and recording expenses, rock stars have begun expanding their brands.
CBS announced a record earnings of 65 cents, six cents better than expected.
Investors are disappointed by the company's slowing growth, and left its earnings call hungry for guidance on what Facebook’s is aiming for with its growing investments, and when it will return to accelerating growth.
LinkedIn reports after the bell Thursday, and with the stock up 51 percent year-to-date, but down nearly 7 percent on Wednesday, investors are wondering if it will remain a rare success story in the volatile Internet space.
Electronic Arts, which reported slightly better-than-expected earnings Tuesday, is radically shifting its strategy for “Star Wars: The Old Republic” as a part of its big bet on free and digital gaming.
The cable industry faces some big issues: rising content costs, rising competition challenging ratings, and the looming threat of blackouts as content and distribution companies negotiate new deals. This week we’ll see how the industry is faring.
Facebook’s advertising model is under attack — facing allegations that ad clicks on the site aren’t real, but are more likely from “bots,” (web robots) than from people.
The launch of subscription service Hulu Plus on Apple TV is more than just another incremental video distribution deal. It should be a win-win for both companies, and most importantly — it gives us a glimpse of what Apple has planned for its Apple TV service.
Though there’s no indication a strategic investment is in the works, the two companies work closely together, and any talk of Twitter and Facebook spacer deepening their relationship continues to fascinate.
Wesley Tansey's idea for a business started when he tried to track down the sunglasses Kristen Stewart wore on "Twilight" to give to his girlfriend. The girlfriend's gone, but the business is thriving.
In its first earnings report as a public company Facebook’s results were right on target with non-GAAP earnings per share of 12 cents.
Facebook stock may be trading down ahead of its first earnings report as a public company, but the company’s market cap is still north of $60 billion, implying expectations of major growth potential.
Zynga plummeted to an all-time low after reporting earnings that fell short of expectations and a much weaker outlook. The news also sent Facebook shares lower.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong talked to CNBC about what’s driving the company's better-than-expected numbers and what lies ahead.
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