A leading video streaming service debuts some hot shows and a once-popular clothing retailer makes an unusual acquisition.
The world's leading premium video platform grows its reach into three European countries and a Japanese maker of air bags expands a recall after crashes.
The top brand in electric vehicles rolls out a compelling new feature and an NFL star takes the world's largest soda distributor and a cereal giant to task.
The market seems to be going nowhere, but that doesn't mean that all stocks have stalled. Here are a few winners that have more than doubled this year.
Netflix's move to boost its monthly rate for new subscribers last week came as a bit of a surprise. But here's why it may not be enough to scare you away.
The world's largest microprocessor provider tries to diversify its business and several financial services leaders kicking off the new earnings season.
The world's leading video streaming service raises its subscription rates and a once ballyhooed enterprise storage speedster coming up short in its debut.
Netflix is raising the price of its Internet video service by $1 for new customers in the U.S. and elsewhere to help cover its escalating costs.
Netflix enters a new market, Campbell Soups pours out its latest financial results and more in this look-ahead to the upcoming week on Wall Street.
This has been a rough month - and a rough year - for the stock market. But here are a few of the stocks that have more than doubled in 2015 as of Aug. 25.
A fast-growing gourmet burger restaurant puts the pedal to the metal in terms of expansion and a pioneer in mail-order music files for bankruptcy.
The leading video service offers a novel employee perk for expecting parents and media companies continue to lose out to cord cutters.
Headlines following Netflix's earnings report last week suggested a big hike is coming in subscription rates, but there's no reason to panic. Here's why.
An online retailer has a successful shopping break and Internet browsers have to shut down a once-pervasive multimedia platform over security concerns.
No one likes paying their cable bill. But the streaming future, sadly, might not be all that different from what cable looks like today. Here's why.
In the week that was on Wall Street, McDonald's posts another month of negative comps and Spotify upstages Apple's latest push into premium music.
From Apple's latest meeting of developers to Netflix's much-anticipated annual shareholders' meeting, here's what to watch on Wall Street this week.
Among highlights this week on Wall Street, an analyst downgrades a stock with a huge price target reduction and the leading video service hits new highs.
Things are off to a great start for Netflix in 2015. The company served up 10 billion hours of digital content during the first three months of the year.
The world's largest premium coffeehouse is giving employees a full ride at an online college, and a social gaming pioneer is taking an odd step backward.
A pair of analysts boost their price targets on Netflix, and Facebook opens up Messenger to third parties.
The bigger that Netflix gets, the bigger that its catalog becomes, a benefit no matter where its subscribers live.
YouTube may soon let you buy your way out of ads with a premium subscription called Music Key that'll battle against Spotify and Pandora.