Expect firms to continue beating on earnings throughout Q3 earnings season, says Paul Cloonan, portfolio manager at Pioneer Investment.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jim Lebenthal bought shares of Cisco on Friday due to increasing Internet infrastructure spending and cheap valuation.
Netflix launched in Italy on Thursday, and CEO Reed Hastings expects to spend $5 billion on its global content budget, with CNBC's Jon Fortt.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is tuning in on one stock and its potential to go higher.
Jim Cramer saw an unusual group controlling the market on Thursday, and he's OK with it.
Vice CEO Shane Smith has built an empire around content aimed at millennials. Now, he says he's bringing that content to TV networks around the globe.
Who are the winners (besides Hillary) with Biden's choice to not run for president? And who are the losers?
With “Star Wars”, “Avengers” and “Spectre” hitting screens in 2015, the chief executive of IMAX is confident it will be a blockbuster year for cinema.
IMAX’s CEO, Richard Gelfond, discusses his excitement for this year’s blockbusters and how the “Netflix effect” impacts his industry.
IMAX’s CEO, Richard Gelfond, explains how China remains a popular market for the Western cinema industry.
Jim Cramer sees an enormous stock rotation occurring in the market, which prompted the scariest decline in a stock ever.
If you hate it when ads play before your videos, YouTube's big unveiling may make you very happy. But its new service isn't free.
AOL-Time Warner wasn’t wrong—it was just ahead of its time. Buckle up: The next wave of media M&A is about to heat up, says tech analyst Dan Niles.
Jim Cramer warned investors not to trade stocks based from earnings headlines. That's rolling the dice, which is not a sound strategy.
In a note to client, strategist Tom Lee gave three reasons why value will outperform and listed his top stock recommendations.
Shark Tank investor O'Leary Financial Group Chairman Kevin O'Leary is not a fan of Netflix's shift toward major feature films.
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, following strong gains Thursday that put Wall Street on track for its third straight winning week.
Wal-Mart sent market jitters when it slashed forecasts, but it isn't the only major U.S. company with a gloomy outlook.
Some analysts found the explanation hard to believe, while others wondered if was sounding the alarm on a new trend for subscribers.
Shares of Netflix plunged Thursday, a day after the company reported disappointing U.S. subscriber growth in quarterly earnings.