From the point of view of Netflix, making a big Hollywood film shouldn't be much different than making an original series. And there's good reason to expect it plans to try.
Some stocks are fun for a fling. Others, you'll want to keep close for a lifetime. How can you tell the difference? Take a cue from online dating.
Binge viewing is the new normal in streaming video, but that doesn't mean that catering to it is the right approach.
The cord cutting trend may have stalled for a quarter at Comcast, but let's not assume that the country's largest cable provider has reversed the painful pattern.
From a reputation-tainting scandal for Walmart in China to a timely analyst upgrade for Disney, here's a rundown of the week's best and worst in the business world.
It'll be a quiet trading week, but a few things will happen: Netflix and DreamWorks debut a new animated series, SodaStream posts its numbers, and we'll all go to the movies.
Microsoft is about to start creating original video content for Xbox users -- a move that will very likely lead to butting heads with Netflix's streaming service.
A new season of "Lilyhammer," Netflix's first original series, arrives Friday. But the plot here is about more than a mafia rat; it's about keeping viewers hooked.
Walt Disney's Marvel unit plans to make four new TV-style series featuring live-action superheroes to roll out over the next several years.
As the world turns in the love triangle between Martha Stewart, J.C. Penney and Macy's. That's one of five money stories you need to know Tuesday.
Signs that lawmakers in Washington were moving closer to reaching an agreement over the debt ceiling helped push stocks higher Monday.
From kid-centric LeapFrog to the grown up games of Caesars, this week's most interesting earnings reports will come from sellers of fun. But investors won't all be amused.
Netflix's second-quarter earnings more than quadrupled as the revival of the comedy series "Arrested Development" attracted more subscribers.
From a meaty quarterly report out of Apple to a belated deadline for a buyout of Dell, here are some of the items that will help shape the week ahead on Wall Street.
From a clever promotion at Chipotle to a surprising stumble at Pandora, here's a rundown of this week's best and worst moves in the business world.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and CFO David Wells, will take to the Web on July 22 to broadcast the company's financial results live, via video, to anyone who chooses to tune in.
From Netflix's new show "Orange Is the New Black," to Family Dollar's struggles to meet profit expectations, here are some items that will shape the week on Wall Street.
From the surprising ouster of the iconic founder of Men's Wearhouse to Sirius XM teaming up with Ford, here are the week's smartest and worst moves from the business world.
From new iProducts to a tax giant's biggest quarterly report of the year, let's go over some of the items that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Among the big wins and rough patches revealed in the business world this week: Tesla ramps up for coast-to-coast drives, and Trina Solar has its share of ups and downs.
Netflix will show us some changes, and home improvement should show some improvement: Let's go over some items that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
To Netflix's social media team, the trending hashtag #SarahPalinFilms was a good chance to chime in on Twitter. Now many conservatives are angry about the resulting tweet.
Shares of Netflix opened sharply higher on Tuesday after it posted blowout results. But there's more to the leading video service's good news than just the top line numbers.