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  • *Apple hopes services up in China "as soon as possible"- spokeswoman. BEIJING, April 22- Apple Inc's online book and film services have gone dark in China, after Beijing introduced regulations in March imposing strict curbs on online publishing, particularly for foreign firms. "We hope to make books and movies available again to our customers in China as soon as...

  • YouTube's impact on Google

    Discussing YouTube's slice of the Alphabet pie and the tech giant's earnings release with Robert Luna of SureVest Wealth Management, and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners.

  • Pro: Alphabet still result pretty much in-line

    Discussing Alphabet's earnings miss and the stock's drop in after hours trading with Kevin Landis of Firsthand Tech Value Fund, and Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners.

  • Alphabet misses on both top and bottom

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Alphabet earnings and revenues both missing estimates.

  • AwesomnessTV bets on streaming content

    Brian Robbins, AwesomenessTV CEO, talks about his streaming platform and the future for digital video content.

  • Yahoo under pressure

    CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's earnings call and the bidding process for the internet company's assets.

  • Kawasaki on GOOG: Other things to worry about in the EU

    Guy Kawasaki, Canva Chief Evangelist and former Apple Chief Evangelist, weighs in on the European Union charging Google over abuse of competition laws.

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping, also head of the central Internet security and informatization in China, told officials at a forum on April 19 to welcome and address online criticisms.

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the country's top officials to be "patient and tolerant" with internet users, Xinhua reported.

  • Silhouettes of attendees are seen before the start of the Yahoo! Inc. conference

    Bidders involved said that they expected their offers to change considerably over time, Recode reports.

  • Starboard's Smith: Need to pick up Yahoo pieces if no sale

    CNBC's David Faber spoke to Starboard's Jeff Smith regarding his push to get nine directors on Yahoo's board.

  • Starboard's Smith: We want best results for shareholders

    Jeff Smith, Starboard Value CEO, says Yahoo's core assets are currently undervalued.

  • Starboard's Smith seeks 9 seats at Yahoo

    Jeff Smith, Starboard Value CEO, discusses his firm nominating nine directors on the Yahoo board, and credibility of management at Yahoo.

  • The future of online streaming

    Hans-Holger Albrecht, CEO of Deezer, talks about what sets his company's streaming platform apart from rivals Spotify and Apple Music.

  • Digital is a huge opportunity for us: Lego CEO

    Jørgen Vig Knudstorp, CEO of Lego, talks about the opportunities for growth available to the toy brick company.

  • Who's likely to buy Yahoo?

    Kara Swisher, co-executive editor and co-founder at Re/code, says Horizon is still the front-runner as a potential buyer of Yahoo.

  • Amazon's payments strategy

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on Amazon's strategy to compete against PayPal and Visa at the checkout, and what Amazon Payments VP Patrick Gauthier had to say after the Moda Operandi announcement.

  • Verizon Yahoo

    Verizon stands to expand its digital advertising technology footprint by buying Yahoo, Nomura's Anthony DiClemente says.

  • That guy who deleted his company says it was a joke

    The Italian entrepreneur says he pretended to erase his company as a guerrilla marketing ploy.

  • Netflix's 'astounding' success: Co-founder

    Marc Randolph, Netflix co-founder, discusses his surprise at Netflix's huge success, which began as a DVD by mail business.

  • Three key things to watch in Netflix's earnings

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports Netflix is expected to report record revenue growth this quarter but investors should watch for subscriber numbers, guidance, and price hike.