The company's subscribers may place a higher value on TV series, which are more conducive to 'binge viewing' and are superior at engaging a fan base.
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The classification of ibrutinib as a breakthrough therapy could mean speedy approval by the agency.
Pomalyst for multiple myeloma is a potentially big and important new treatment for the company.
US deficits, global currency debasement and recent market action suggest the precious metals could be poised for a breakout.
Long-established dot.com's and game makers are breaking new ground, and Internet security is an increasing concern.
The month also features a big gathering of biotech CEOs in New York and a cancer research meeting in Florida.
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