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Some of Friday's midday movers:
Happy Friday—Jobs Friday, that is. Janet Yellen is hoping for something taperlicious.
From the birth of social media to streaming movies, the media industry has exploded in the past 25 years because of these guys.
For the first time, Time Warner has disclosed HBO's financial performance—showing how much further Netflix has to go.
They say the future depends on what you do today. And Microsoft is clearly getting ready for its future.
What will the nasty forces in this market do to you next? The magnificent seven may help you fight back.
The age of the apology is clearly upon us — and it is not just about being polite. It has become de rigueur. NYT reports.
Charter's pursuit of Time Warner Cable shows how cable television is trying to protect itself against Internet services like Hulu and Netflix.
Turning 30 used to mean hitting your stride as an official adult. But for many millennials, it feels like being stuck in perpetual late adolescence.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Ten teams played to stadiums less than 95 percent full on average in 2013, double the number from 2008.
Had you the courage, taking long positions in a handful of stocks during the sell-off would have generated sizable returns.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
From big earnings movers to an emerging selloff, the "Fast Money" traders have you covered in five necessary moments from this past week.
Discussing the new trend of CEO trash talking, with "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian; CNBC contributor Zachary Karabell; and CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Stocks declined sharply on Thursday after a gauge of Chinese manufacturing disappointed.
European equities closed lower on Thursday following disappointing data from the U.S., where manufacturing growth slowed in January.
FMHR traders Stephanie Link and Josh Brown dig into Netflix's Q4 earnings. "Netflix could be the single best reported company so far this earnings season," says Link.
Michael Pachter, Wedbush, makes the case for investors to sell Netflix on slowing domestic growth and content costs; and Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital is bullish on the company's subscriber growth and rising margins.
Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed president & COO; Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor; and CNBC's Jon Fortt, give their top picks for who they believe should be included on CNBC's most influential people in business list.