The "Fast Money" traders took their positions ahead of Wednesday's big earnings.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter lays out the key items he'll be looking for when Netflix reports earnings.
As third-quarter earnings season gets underway next week, traders are bracing for more volatility in a range-bound market.
CBS chief Les Moonves, along with fellow media moguls Barry Diller and David Zaslav, talked on CNBC about the future of television in an Internet world.
An increasing number of analysts analysts are arguing that the central banks need to stop focusing on inflation as a reason to keep cutting rates.
The semiconductors sector may be nearly 8 percent lower this year, but a bright spot for investors in this space could be Intel.
Even in a rough earnings season, some segments like consumer discretionary and biotech could be strong picks, experts said.
Earnings season kicks off this week with big banks taking center stage, but it's actually two tech names grabbing the attention of options traders.
When Carl Icahn put together an elaborate presentation on why he thought the stock market was in trouble, investors took notice — and started buying.
Wall Street analysts weighed in on what they think of the Netflix price hike news.
U.S. stocks closed higher, with the Dow and S&P above key psychological levels, as investors digested the Fed's September meeting minutes.
Netflix said Thursday it will be increasing its standard monthly price to $9.99 a month, starting Nov. 11.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on changes to Netflix's pricing strategy as the company raises its monthly rate for new customers.
Quarterly earnings look set to fall for the second straight quarter, according to FactSet data.
The retail giant's "AWS re:Invent," which kicks off on Wednesday, may be the cloud computing industry's most important annual event.
The perpetual stream of "big data" is processed in real time, and lends insight to the mundane activities of every day life.
Warner Bros. sold three new shows based on DC Comics characters after series like "Gotham" and "The Flash" became hits.
Jim Cramer's hunger for this company has dwindled, and he's calling for this popular health and wellness play to take itself private.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at his favorite growth stocks acronym FANG. Has the bear taken them low enough to be bought?
Comcast just launched Watchable, an app for professional short-form content, as it makes a big play for a piece of digital video advertising.