The bull market started five years ago, but measured from peak to peak, these stocks have proven their mettle in both up and down markets.
Netflix just signed an exclusive distribution deal for a hot vampire-hunting property, but only for international markets.
Netflix is likely to raise prices as content creation, distribution, and licensing costs increase.
Streaming video is going to remain part of Amazon's Prime subscription service for good.
Amazon is sending out warning signs that it may increase the U.S. price of Prime, and that might send customers running.
Netflix is pretty ruthless in its jab at Amazon.com.
Who will win the war for the cloud? Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are battling to the death.
Time Warner's Warner Bros. Pictures is breaking new ground with a dual release of "Veronica Mars," letting fans see the film in theaters or streaming online on the same day. Will it work?
Priceline is bumping into the law of large numbers which may present the first good buying opportunity in a year.
Netflix has long identified HBO as one of its biggest competitors for content, and "Netflix vs. HBO" comparisons are fairly common. Is the rivalry between the two companies as big as it's made out to be, though?