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  • Sony still struggling with massive hack

    Re/code's Walt Mossberg, and the "Squawk Alley" crew discusses the lapses at Sony that lead to its devastating hack attack.

  • Sony hack: Who to believe?

    Clint van Zandt, Former FBI agent, says the FBI is still comfortable with their analysis North Korea is responsible for the attack on Sony. Jon Condra, Flashpoint Global Partners, provides perspective on the North Korea narrative.

  • New clues in Sony hack?

    The State Department stands by the FBI's conclusion that North Korea was behind the Sony hack. Insight, with Jeff Lanza, FBI Special Agent for over 20 years.

  • Sony hack theories: Did N. Korea have help?

    Security experts are questioning if North Korea was behind the Sony hack. Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, and the "Squawk Alley" crew discuss the investment opportunity in tech to secure infrastructures.

  • Stream at your own risk

    How at risk VOD viewers of Sony's "The Interview" are, with David Kennedy, TrustedSec CEO.

  • Shaking up Hollywood's VOD model

    Quartz contributor Jason Lynch, and Gitesh Pandya, BoxOfficeGuru.com, discuss if the VOD success of "The Interview" will alter the release strategy of big Hollywood studios.

  • 'Interview' breaking VOD paradigm: Steinberg

    Discussing "The Interviews" VOD release, Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, explains why the film will break the VOD-movie theater model.

  • Making money on movie stocks

    With "The Interview" raking in $18 million, Chad Beynon, Macquarie, discusses theater distribution strategy and what movies will make money in 2015.

  • Was 'The Interview' a success for Sony?

    Rentrak senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian, discusses the weekend box office results for "The Interview," and if the film was a success after taking in $18 million in its opening weekend.

  • Xbox and PlayStation signage on display at the 2014 E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo.

    A group of hackers claims to have released a repository containing 13,000 PlayStation and Xbox user passwords and credit cards.

  • Hacks to be the norm in 2015: Pro

    Following the most recent hack on PlayStation and Xbox Live's networks, Joe Loomis, Cybersponse CEO, expects cyber-attacks to continue into the New Year.

  • PlayStation, Xbox hacked

    A major hack attack has shut down Sony's PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox Live networks yesterday. Arik Hesseldahl, Re/code senior editor, discusses the group responsible and when services are likely to be completely restored.

  • 'The Interview' gains patriots' support

    "The Interview" is available at indie theaters around the U.S. Details, with CNBC's Kate Rogers.

  • Indie cinema supports 'The Interview'

    Sony grossed over $1 million at theaters yesterday for "The Interview." Barbara Twist, Art House Convergence discusses her petition to show the movie.

  • 'The Interview' publicity drove demand: Swisher

    Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, weighs in on the strong demand for "The Interview," and Sony's VOD strategy.

  • Every 'The Interview' show sold out: Theater owner

    Terrace Theater owner Paul Brown, discusses the Christmas Day box office sales and demand for Sony's "The Interview."

  • Bill George: Sony needs new leadership

    Former Medtronic chairman & CEO Bill George, weighs in on the Sony hack situation. "Sony has lost their focus and sense of strategy," says George.

  • Seth Rogen's surprise visit

    Seth Rogen made a surprise appearance at a midnight showing of "The Interview" in Los Angeles. CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at early box of ice returns for the film.

  • Xbox and PlayStation signage on display at the 2014 E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo.

    PlayStation and Xbox were partially inaccessible to users, as frustrated gift recipients discovered they were unable to connect.

  • A ticket and a poster of the film "The Interview" at the Christmas Day screening of "The Interview" in the Van Nuys section of Los Angeles, California December 25, 2014.

    Many midnight showings of "The Interview" sold out in independent movie theaters, in a show of support for freedom of speech.