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Gadget makers showcasing latest Internet-connected TVs and smartphones at The Consumer Electronics Show is enabling a surge in streaming content.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports Netflix is removing more than 80 movies and TV shows from its service for 2014, and New York City's mayor elect Bill de Blasio vows to do away with horse-drawn carriages.
The "Fast Money" traders share their best and worst performing stocks of 2013 including Netflix and IBM.
Netflix is set to test a new pricing strategy that offers lower quality video streaming for $6.99 a month. Todd Spangler, Variety digital editor, provides perspective.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings redefined the nature of television in 2013. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reflects on Hastings' contribution to the entertainment industry this year.
CEOs today seem to only be interested in the price of their own stock. They’re failing to invest in jobs and growth, says CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
For investors in internet stocks, it was a banner year. But the gains haven't been anxiety-free,thanks to memories of the 1999 bubble and bust.
Companies are likely to spend more money on mobile ads in the coming year, according to one industry executive.
The outlook for the new year is positive: 49 percent think their own fortunes will improve in 2014, 14 percent are anticipating a downgrade.
Netflix is hoping to a "turbo charge" on Christmas Eve by debuting its first DreamWorks animated show, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Several high-level executives at tech and media companies spent most of a White House meeting calling for more transparency in NSA's PRISM program.
President Barack Obama is meeting Tuesday with executives from leading technology companies, including Google, Twitter, and Apple.
Jim Cramer sees bullish developments in the market that he thinks can withstand current headwinds, including taper fears.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer recommended his viewers get in on this IPO next week.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin discusses the culture of "binge viewing" where viewers will watch anywhere from 2 to 6 episodes in one sitting.
If you have been short the market, it's been a tough few years. But could 2014 prove to be different?
DirecTV is developing an Internet product that it would sell separate from its core video service. Separately, it's exploring a deal with the NFL.
People always criticize the multiple Twitter commands. That hasn't stopped Amazon, though, has it?
Twitter belongs in the same category as Amazon and Netflix as companies that don't follow the same rules as other corporations, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday.