The cost of sports programming is soaring, making Disney's cash cow a little less beefy.
The search giant is moving into a field that's already overcrowded with big players like Apple and Amazon.
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Analysts believe this year's movie releases between now and Labor Day could break records for the film industry.
Reports say the sports network is looking at subsidizing some smartphone data plans.
'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' are back with original episodes on Hulu. This could be a model that spreads.
The companies, in very different sectors, have all crossed their 50-day moving averages to the upside.
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