CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the story on the release of Netflix's season 3 of "House of Cards."
After going through the punishing depths of 2000's dot-com bubble burst, Patrick Grove, co-founder and CEO of Catcha Group, lived to tell his story in this week's "Managing Asia."
"Fast Money" trader Guy Adami has caught "House of Cards" fever and just like the show's main character Frank Underwood, Guy cooks up a sinister plot to climb his way into the anchor chair.
Dubbed as Asia's answer to Netflix, iflix's founder is confident that the new startup will trigger a shake-up in the industry.
President Obama has not supported Congress in getting clarity from the FCC on net neutrality, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee tells CNBC.
The FCC's net neutrality regulations heat up the debate between Internet companies and Internet service providers.
Enshrining net neutrality into Federal Communications Communications rules subjects the Internet to the whims of politicians, Mark Cuban tells CNBC.
The FCC is widely expected to pass new rules Thursday that classify the Internet as a public utility, and there's a clear list of winners and losers.
Dana Brunetti, Founder, President, Trigger Street Labs, the company that produces "House of Cards," discusses season three as well as the controversy surrounding "50 Shades of Grey."
The man who coined the phrase net neutrality rejects the idea that enforcing the policy would lead to reduced investment in broadband.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan and CNET Senior Editor Maggie Reardon talk about what the FCC's net neutrality vote could mean for consumers and companies.
The best trades ahead of the vote by the Federal Communications Commission on net neutrality.
Jim Cramer sees a rotation happening in this sector right now. Don't let these stocks ruin your portfolio.
But Internet Association President Michael Beckerman replies that the regulation will not be as heavy-handed as opponents say it will be.
The Nasdaq Composite has yet to reach record territory, but as it marches towards those milestones, there are a handful of powerful stocks at play.
As the Nasdaq moves closer to hitting the 5,000 mark, there is one company that every investor wishes they bought when the index touched its 2002 low.
While many start-ups may not justify their lofty valuations at this point, it's not stopping investors from knocking on their door.
The tech-heavy index has continued to outperform both the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and has some worried.
Shares of Netflix are up 40 percent this year. Michael Pachter, Wedbush Securities analyst, has an underperform rating on the stock.
Winter-weary Bostonian Kate Gonzo had a desperate plea for Netflix: please release "House of Cards" early!