Snapchat may be promising, but issues around return on investment, measurement and ability to expand its user base may cloud its future.
Stephen DeNichilo, Federated Kaufmann Funds, and John Petrides, Point View Wealth Management, discuss where the opportunities are in the market following its huge run post-election.
Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins made his comments to CNBC on Thursday from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
That suggests Apple reaped at least $8 billion in revenue from its App Store, an analyst tells CNBC.
This will be the year of the smart home because the companies behind the technology will be smarter about educating their consumers.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Calling a fund "contrarian" doesn't mean it's all that contrarian.
Amy Young, MacQuarie Research, discusses the best trades in the telecom sector.
The streaming video-on-demand service will get more than 50 titles added to its offerings.
Erik Davis, Fandango managing editor, talks about what's drawing huge crowds back to the theaters. I think people want music back in their animated movies, says Davis.
Benjamin Swinburne of Morgan Stanley, one of the best media analysts on Wall Street, reveals his outlook and favorite stocks.
Without network neutrality, internet providers are able to create a two-way toll, charging subscribers for access, reports Recode.
AT&T's deal to purchase Time Warner for $85 billion would give the company some of the most prolific television studios in the industry.
The company's expanded deal with Turner shows its ambition to take a piece of the TV advertising budget.
AT&T's new online TV service may be too similar to cable packages at a time when consumers want to only pay for channels they watch.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on what is driving the Nasdaq towards its all-time high.
At a time of bitter disputes over rising income inequality, no one seems to resent the author’s runaway success, the New York Times reports.
As they become more dependent on each other's services, the media mogul says much larger consolidation is ahead.
Peter King, Sports Illustrated, discusses why the ratings for the NFL have been down this year.
Brian Rolapp, NFL EVP of Media, discusses the NFL's ratings rebound following the presidential election. With CNBC's Julia Boorstin.