The company's deal with A&E to stream programs like 'Hoarders' and 'Pawn Stars' expires, sparking concerns about its ability to keep exclusive content.
Amazon has signed a content deal significant enough to challenge Netflix for subscribers. And that's not even the worst of it.
The online retailer will recruit permanent and seasonal employees to help push products from new distribution centers.
The social media stock has lost more than 60% of its inflated IPO price.
Stocks are lower after disappointing economic reports from the US and from China.
The Dow dips below 13,000 after a key manufacturing index declines. Ford, GM and Chrysler post sales gains. Europe is in focus ahead of an ECB meeting. Netflix sinks on an Amazon streaming deal.
It's been about a year since the video rental company made a couple of really bad decisions. Things aren't looking much better now.
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