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Amazon has once again won streaming rights for Thursday Night Football.
Analysts are looking to Intel for strong performance to pull up the semiconductor sector.
The possibility of winning the Amazon headquarter contest in Nashville worries locals over the prospect of more people, more traffic, and higher rents, the New York Times reports.
Eric Jackson talks to Ben Fritz about how Hollywood is reshaping itself to compete against Netflix, and which studios are best positioned to compete.
Amazon is adding new features to its smart voice assistant is getting new features, including a memory.
GoPro founder Nick Woodman he will receive no more than a $1 this year after GoPro's board slashed his salary and stripped him of his bonuses, the Financial Times reports.
The 17 millionth bitcoin was "mined" Thursday, more than a year since the number of coins topped 16 million, according to data from Blockchain.info,
Ford and GM's first-quarter earnings illustrate how much Detroit is shifting toward crossovers, SUVs and trucks for the US market.
EU lawmakers and member states struck a preliminary deal that will allow countries to force online streaming services to help fund European content.
Bernstein predicts Apple will give a June quarter sales forecast below Wall Street expectations.
Intel earnings could signal more gains for the chip stocks, according to some traders. via @OptionsAction
Samsung Electronics warned of a slowdown in the global smartphone market, predicting weakness in its display panel segment.
It appears all-is-forgotten concerning Facebook's data leak scandal after strong quarterly earnings, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The jump pushes the company's valuation past $4 billion.
Qualcomm is waiting on approval for Chinese regulators to merge with Dutch rival NXP Semiconductors.
In February, Simon Milner, Facebook's U.K. head of policy at the time, told officials that Cambridge Analytica did not have any Facebook data.
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