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Here are this week's biggest winners and losers, as seen through the lens of Executive Edge.
Time Warner Cable's flirtation with potential merger suitors may include Comcast, sources told CNBC.
Investing is a bit like an Ellery Queen mystery. If you can follow the clues you should find what you're seeking - upside.
The tech company plans to incorporate "creative" ads in its Xbox content-streaming service that users interact with.
As broad stock indexes hit new highs, short sellers dwell on the negative, hoping Fed tapering will torpedo stocks and reverse the shorts’ big losses.
Short-biased hedge funds are practically jumping up and down to alert investors to the opportunity to make money.
The tech heavy Nasdaq is flirting with a level not seen since the dotcom boom went bust. Is that good or bad?
An issue facing a market that is at historic highs is that it is susceptible to even modest comments from market "names."
"We think there are pockets of exuberance in the markets where there are extended valuations," Needham Growth Fund's John Barr says.
Activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed Thursday that he owned about 3.88 million shares of Apple at the end of September, a regulatory filing showed.
Twitter's IPO doesn't portend a rising tide to lift all Web stocks, says RBC Capital Markets Managing Director Mark Mahaney.
Sony's PlayStation 4 is unveiled tonight at midnight, Andrew House, Sony Computer Entertainment Group CEO, says the company plans to sell 5 million units by the end of March, worldwide.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the best Q3 performers in the S&P 500, which beat on the top line and bottom line, including Lam Research, Netflix, and Microchip Technology.
Cramer believes that certain stocks will thrive into year-end. This is one of them.
Tony Wible, Janney Capial Markets, and David Trainer, New Constructs CEO, debate the true value of Netflix.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the "new" Netflix and the other entertainment systems fighting for your at-home viewership.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Netflix is unveiling a brand new look today. Boorstin also comments on Facebook's rumored offer to buy Snapchat for $3 billion.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht looks to a renewed focus on original content at his premium channel.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on an extreme makeover for Netflix's TV app. The streaming company says its members collectively watch more than a billion hours of content a month, and most of that is on a TV.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.