Shopify wants to give merchants every reason to choose its service. Here are two new products from the company.
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AI is helping Twitter keep users' interest.
KKR is ready to invest $150 million, but a sale remains a possibility.
Splunk management has told investors the company is going through a transition.
Zillow's latest branded website, RealEstate.com, has a number of features aimed at attracting millennials, first-time homebuyers, and hopefully more advertising dollars.
Stealing "Orange Is the New Black" episodes did not pay off.
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Netflix's executive compensation plan aligns the interest of managers running the company with ordinary shareholders via options.
Twitter wants to be your go to source for live 24/7 breaking news streaming video provided by a new Bloomberg news network coming this fall. The question is whether the new product direction will excite advertisers.
Carbonite's stock has more than doubled over the past 12 months. Is it headed higher?
Corning looks like it may be able to catch a wave of growth. At the same time it has an impressive plan to return capital to shareholders.
The company faces a unique challenge -- how do you make your English language content accessible to over 47 million international subscribers in their local language?
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The latest data from comScore has some good news for Netflix -- industry tailwinds should help the streaming leader become even more successful.
Netflix management questions the concept of chasing state tax credits. Is it penny wise and dollar foolish?
In 2014, the WWE Network was born. Will it deliver the ongoing growth needed to make the the company a streaming leader in the long run?
Twitter is helping advertisers verify their ad dollars are being well-spent.
Housing is having one of its best quarters in years. Let's hope the good news applies to Zillow.
This company spun out of Major League Baseball could throw a curve at Netflix.