An options strategy proposed by Goldman Sachs is reaping profits of nearly 50 percent this quarter.
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A look at the best coffee, burger, tech and overall brands in 2015.
Here's a different approach to betting on earnings: Wait for the results to come out.
Slimming your TV bill may be tougher than you think. Providers' new slim bundles don't always cut your costs.
Actor John Stamos confirmed rumors of a "Full House" reboot on Netflix, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
John Stamos, who played Jesse Katsopolis on the popular ABC family comedy of the late 1980s and early 1990s, confirmed rumors of the show's reboot.
The economics of cable television started out fairly simply. Today, it's a lot more complicated.
Netflix will continue to bet on original content, and is reportedly planning 320 hours of original programming in 2015. Jon Steinberg, The Daily Mail North America CEO, weighs in on Reed Hasting's comments on Internet replacing television.
Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson, discusses ESPN's reaction to Verizon's skinny bundle plan, and the millennial effect on unbundling television content. And Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, weighs in.
“Daredevil” is part of an expanding range of original shows intended to position the company for a digital revolution in entertainment.
"Fast Money" traders discussed which stocks may thrive—or slip even more—after stocks broadly sold off on Friday.
CNBC Pro highlights the top-performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Whether it's in theaters, at home, or on mobile devices Hollywood's scripted and highly-produced content is still #1.
Verizon is rolling out a new pay TV plan that allows consumers to choose every month bundles of channels they want to see.
Smith & Wesson is up almost 60 percent so far this year, but one strategist thinks it could be doomed thanks to 3-D printing.
U.S. stocks closed mildly lower as stocks struggled to hold gains from higher oil prices, amid investor focus on earnings.
Netflix has gotten permission to expand internationally from the markets as its stock climbs, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets said.
Barton Crocket, FBR Capital Markets analyst, more than doubled his price target on Netflix to $900 per share.
Discussing blowout first quarter earnings from Netflix, and the threat to traditional TV, with Richard Greenfield, BTIG media & tech analyst.