Amazon Instant Video is the third-most-popular streaming service, and the e-tailer last month started testing five new programs. Which are you watching?
A favorable clinical trial boosted Avanir Pharmeuticals, while an unfavorable patent ruling sent VirnetX stock plummeting.
The Facebook investor isn't the first to underestimate the potential of the microblogger and the wisdom of its tongue-in-cheek CEO.
AutoZone, Bed, Bath & Beyond, KB Home, Nike and BlackBerry report quarterly earnings this week.
The week's good news include expansions by Netflix into Europe and Microsoft into Minecraft. The bad includes stumbles by Sony and Urban Outfitters.
FedEx says its profit rose 24 percent in its fiscal first quarter as it benefited from higher volumes in both its express and ground businesses.
The iPad just isn't the hot gadget that it used to be, and it remains to be seen if tablets will ever get that magic back.
Apple's latest announcement was good for accessory maker On Track Innovations but bad for screen marker GT Advanced Technologies.
Four Hollywood insider identify the four characteristics shared by pop culture franchises that can earn billions for movie studios.
Quarterly reports from Adobe and FedEx highlight the business week, and the first iPhone 6s will be out, too.
Apple wowed fans with the iPhone 6, but there's another month of declining McSales for McDonald's. RadioShack and DiGiorno Pizza also had problems.
Netflix is increasingly becoming an indispensable company for viewers and content creators alike -- which means its soaring stock may still be undervalued.
Olive Garden is hurting itself by piling on too many breadsticks, according to an investor that's disputing how the restaurant chain is run.
The bookseller is still a hard read, but it's not hopeless. It just needs to work on its Nook, BN.com and its stores. Not too much to ask, is it?
Smashing avocados isn't enough to get McDonald's back on track. Remember Angus beef, white cheddar and iced caramel mocha?
1-800-Flowers moves up by buying Harry & David, and Conn's moves down by having problems with delinquent customers.
Campbell Soup moves to a profit in its fiscal fourth quarter, led by higher Bolthouse and foodservice sales.
Toll Brothers and Home Depot reported problems with contracts and hackers. The good news included a Mattress Firm expansion and a Tesla plant for Nevada.
TubeMogul was shining in its first post-IPO quarter, and GoPro scored with a camera mount for dogs. But Smith & Wesson and Noodles & Co. disappointed.
Important business news this week includes the quarterly reports from Toll Brothers, Hovnanian and Conn's.
The iPhone 6, Windows 9 and updated gadgets from Motorola Mobility and Samsung are expected to make big news in September.
Investors applauded Burger King for buying Tim Hortons, but McDonald's is in trouble in Russia. And sales are down at Abercrombie & Fitch.