The video game retailer, which is due to report earnings this week, has met or topped estimates over the last four quarters.
Analysis: The company will pay a quarterly $2.65 per share and buy back up to $10 billion in stock. It's an admission that the company has reached a certain level of maturity and that its expansion may slow.
The online retailer is reportedly looking to expand its video production arm. Look out, Netflix.
Both companies are targeting small businesses, developers and start-ups with their services.
Will Apple's tablet help save video games?
The DOJ is investigating possible antitrust violations.
Late Thursday, the Justice Department warned Apple and five of the world's biggest publishing companies that they're about to be hit with a lawsuit.
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