The chain even picks up customers' rented movies at home for an extra 75 cents. What's not to like?
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After years of speculation, industry experts say Internet-based TV could become reality by the end of next year.
It may sound trivial, but the on-demand video company is selling used content at an unsustainably low price.
The underdog wireless company will sell off 72.8 million shares to buy more bandwidth for its growing customer base.
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A merger sounds like a monopoly on the surface, but is it a monopoly in reality if you consider the new normal in media and pay-TV?
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