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An outage at one of Amazon's web service centers hit users of Netflix on Christmas Eve and was not fully resolved until Christmas Day.
Most television will be streamed over the Internet in the coming years, said Anthony Wood, CEO of Roku. The question is how streaming content will get to your TV and who will deliver it.
Amazon is investing in original shows with six comedy pilots for its Amazon Instant Video streaming service.
As the end of the holiday shopping season quickly approaches, procrastinators may be scrambling for gift ideas that don't scream 'I bought this an hour ago.' We found 13 gift ideas that may save the day.
With interest rates being held near zero, equities are the last bastion of positive real returns for scores of investors. TheStreet.com details five stocks to soar.
Among companies with a 2012 turnaround in their share price, CNBC's "Fast Money" pros pick their favorites.
Clues abound as to what Apple's television product might look like, Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says.
Stocks wiped out their gains in choppy trading Wednesday to close narrowly mixed, after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's comments following the central bank's latest policy announcement and as ongoing worries over the "fiscal cliff" continued to weigh.
On Wednesday, Coinstar revealed details of its Redbox movie-streaming service. The direct attack on Netflix sent Coinstar up as much as 4 percent, while Netflix shares traded nearly 8 percent higher.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and John Carney discuss Michigan's new labor law; Apple's possible venture into television design; and Coinstar's new streaming service.
Jim Cramer’s right-hand researcher Nicole Urken takes a look at specialty retail and beyond.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Apple is in the "early stage of testing" its own television set, according to a report.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Where are employees most satisfied in their jobs? Beer tasters at Sam Adams? Photographers at Playboy? Shoppers for Saks? Mickey at Disneyland? No, Facebook.
Under a new deal, Disney will provide first-run motion pictures to Netflix. Here's why it sounds like a terrible idea. TheStreet.com reports.
The Dow and S&P 500 closed higher for the day and the week following an upbeat government jobs report and amid ongoing "fiscal cliff" negotiations, while the Nasdaq finished in the red.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the SEC is investigating a Facebook post by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, and Harvey Pitt, Kalorama Partners CEO, discusses whether Wall Street regulations need to be updated.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Netflix is feeling the heat from regulatiors over a Facebook posting by CEO Reed Hastings, and a look at whether the laws have kept up with social media, with Howard Lindzon, Stocktwits CEO
The FMHR crew shares its top three trades today, including the play on gold and silver. Shares of Netflix moving lower, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan. And the best play to find investment opportunities is outside the United States, explains Russ Koesterick, BlackRock chief investment strategist.