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Why CBS Will Never Be Great Again

The stock market was loving CBS on Tuesday, and its shares have soared nearly 50% over the past year. But don't be surprised if the love affair doesn't last.

Even ESPN Wants You to Cut the Cable Cord

ESPN is starting to explore the possibility of offering its suite of sports programming through the wide array of Web-based services that are starting to get off the ground.

Still Hate Your TV Company? You're Not Alone

As cable companies and satellite TV providers made their latest quarterly reports, one thing became clear: Americans are fed up with their bills for premium TV. The cable and satellite TV industries ended the period with 292,000 fewer customers than they started with.

5 Surprising Things You Should Negotiate

Most of us know we're supposed to negotiate when it comes to buying a house or a car, but how about at the dry cleaner? Or when we're on the phone with our cell phone provider? Hesitate no longer.

Your Next Cable TV Provider Could Be Google or Apple

Something big is going down in Kansas City. Google is offering lightning-fast Internet and television at ridiculous prices. And it's only a matter of time before Apple disrupts cable the way it redefined the music and smartphone industries.

Watch Yourself, Comcast: Security Cams Could Be Bad for Business

Have you ever thought it would be cool to be able see what was happening at home when you weren't there? Well, Comcast has been rolling out a service that could make such voyeuristic desires much simpler to indulge. But Xfinity Home may be the wrong move for the cable giant.