The telecom powerhouse and movie rental kiosk giant are teaming up to offer a streaming and DVD subscription service. Sound familiar?
Rumor has it that the premier online retailer is taking a page from Apple and opening a retail 'boutique' in Seattle. Does this compute? The critics weigh in.
The prospect of an operating loss for the current quarter was enough to cause investors to throw up their hands in disgust and walk away from the stock.
A substantial number of subscribers are shifting from hybrid service to streaming only.
The company may seek to raise as much as $10 billion, The Wall Street Journal says, with a market cap of $75 billion to $100 billion. That would make the company more valuable than Amazon.com.
The search giant isn't getting nearly the share of the tablet market for its apps that it thought it would from Amazon.
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