As shares of Netflix rocket higher, one of the company's biggest critics is barely budging his outlook.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss the trade on Netflix following today's third-quarter earnings.
Netflix's plan to spend $6 billion on content next year ranks behind only ESPN, according to analysts.
Pandora dropped Monday after an analyst downgraded it, saying in part the on-demand subscription streaming market has become too crowded.
The streaming video platform added 370,000 net subscribers in the U.S. and 3.2 million internationally, ahead of all projections.
Netflix soared as international subscriber growth blew away guidance and the company posted a better-than-expected outlook.
Some recent deals among technology-sector rivals show that the client need for more cloud storage is forcing tech titans to get along.
Josh Lipton takes a look at the shift of big cloud players like Amazon and Microsoft and their new focus on partnerships and acquisitions.
Farhad Manjoo, The New York Times, discusses Goldman Sachs' suggestion that Apple should launch an Amazon Prime-like service for media within their ecosystem.
Goldman Sachs says Apple needs to start a premium subscription bundle to compete against Amazon.
Andre Swanston, Tru Optik CEO, provides his thoughts on the future of Netflix and streaming content.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on what to expect from Netflix ahead of Monday's earnings. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the fate of Netflix.
Netflix may program some poor financial repeats for investors, according to Breakingviews.
Rival cloud companies AWS and VMWare announced a much-anticipated partnership — one they hope will an easy sell.
Andy Jassy, Amazon Web Services CEO, and Pat Gelsinger, VMware CEO, discuss the partnership between the two cloud services.
Chamath Palihapitiya appears to be one of the few investors who has gone from venture capitalism into hedge-fund management.
Short sellers see an overheated stock and are now betting on a decline.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Short interest in Amazon shares have hit historical highs.
Jim Cramer broke down how Samsung’s fiery phones could hurt another hot technology group.