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The lawsuit, filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court, said StubHub induced artists' representatives or promoters to demand tickets from Ticketmaster's venue clients as part of a deal to bring an act or sports team to a location.
Here is Cramer's take on Apple, Shutterfly, Tyco and many more...
When it comes to technology it seems like everyday we focus on big-screen this, or big-screen that, but today, thanks to Microsoft, I want to take a look at the small screen in your den or the tiny screen in your pocket.
The Mad Money maven's prediction about this stock came true, so it's a buy. He's got a couple of other stocks in the sector worth watching, too.
Here are seven reasons why this web company is a better investment than most other internet stocks right now.
Here's another internet stock that Cramer is pumped up about. There was a time when the Street thought it was a bit schizophrenic, but nowadays its strength is in a diversity of brands. And even after a 15-point jump, it still has the juice.
Cramer can often be a contrarian - and in the tech sector, he's got a few picks that go against the grain. One in particular is making some positive moves, and Cramer believes it could be reason to cash in now.
U.S. antitrust authorities said today they approved plans by online auctioneer eBay to buy sports ticket reseller StubHub for about $310 million in cash.
In an interview with CNBC's Julia Boorstin, Barry Diller said that recently sluggish sales growth at HSN was a "self-inflicted" problem for IAC.
Ticketmaster has bought a 25% stake in a music-oriented networking Web site in a deal that seeks to generate exposure for the ticket-selling giant among independent music fans.
Time Warner was banking on a huge turnout for New Line’s ‘Nativity’ after Passion of the Christ … But lo, the bloodless Jesus story didn’t quite have the allure. (Would Passion have done as well if it had been rated PG?) And despite the Fox’s huge run, it isn’t infact, infallible. 20th Century Fox debuted its new teen-oriented label, with its first release, Touristas, this weekend. Horror films are the most reliable genre EVER-teen boys always turn out for blood - but no luck this weekend, dragging home just about $3.5 million. I’d have thought that all of News Corp’s marketing muscle and MySpace...