Millions more paid TV subscribers are expected to cut their cords by 2019 as they increasingly turn to streaming video.
Consumers are turning away from cable and toward streaming video at an accelerating pace, according to recent research.
Why one technician thinks shares of Facebook could soon soar into uncharted territory.
Art Cashin shares his expectations for markets, the Fed and oil in 2016.
In Jim Cramer's experience, Wednesday's sell-off can only be explained as a preparation for a rate hike.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey asked the public what one stock they would gift to a loved one or a friend this holiday season.
Netflix and Amazon have the hottest TV shows of the year and are also the best performing U.S. stocks of 2015.
Technology companies from Netflix to Google could be affected by wide-ranging copyright legislation proposed on Wednesday.
Value stocks are poised to outperform growth names as interest rates rise slowly but steadily next year, analysts tell CNBC.
Returns within the S&P 500 are concentrated in a handful of its largest stocks, an alarming trend not seen since the dot-com bust.
Amazon and Netflix were the two best performing stocks in the S&P 500 in 2015. CNBC's Ari Levy takes a look at the similarities between the two companies.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't be too surprised by the price plunge in the stock of Outerwall, parent company of DVD rental kiosk Redbox.
According to technician Ari Wald, the charts are pointing to a major tech run ahead.
After central bank policy set off a big currency move this week, "Fast Money" traders looked to play the shift.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Amid reports that Google's YouTube could get more involved in original content, some traders shied away from Netflix.
Is this finally a turn for the dollar, and is this the start of a sustained move up in interest rates?
YouTube is looking to beef up its subscription service, called Red, by going after streaming rights to movies and TV shows, the WSJ says.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were sharply higher, after yesterday's slide essentially wiped out Tuesday's big rally. Investors this morning are focusing on the Fed and the European Central Bank.