Even as the debate around net neutrality regulation swirls, there is a view that Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) may be a takeover target.
However, it makes more sense for Netflix to remain an independent company.
According to its most recent quarterly results, those for 3Q2014, Netflix is growing as usual with 3Q2014 revenue of $1.22 billion and FY2014 revenue expected to cross Read more [...]
So the Improbable comeback of Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) continues as it announces a partnership with Firefox where it will become Firefox’s default search engine.
Yahoo’s comeback consists of this and other recent pieces of good news. All these have together pushed Yahoo’s stock price up 29% in the past one month and 37.7% in the past three months.
Yahoo Joins Forces With Firefox
Yahoo had Read more [...]
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is shouldering a lot of expectations on its still-young shoulders. It is seeking to revolutionize the automobile business and prove that all-electric cars can work. However, it’s still a company that is on track to make about 30,000 cars in total this year going up to about 50,000 next year. That’s much less than luxury cars sold by the likes of Mercedes, BMW, or Read more [...]
It’s always a challenge for the likes of King Digital Entertainment PLC (NYSE:KING) to deliver a hit sequel to a hit game. Candy Crush Saga is what made King Digital famous.
Now it has launched the Candy Crush Soda saga.
Well, that may not quite the investors. They want something different. Both Angry Birds and FarmVille have been remained the single bit hits from their respective companies.
Will Read more [...]
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has serious plans for Beats Music that it acquired from Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine for $3 billion earlier this year. Apple might put Beats in its iOS operating system early next year.
Apple does not usually go for big ticket acquisitions despite the $160 billion in cash that it has (mostly stashed abroad because of tax considerations) and Beats was a large acquisition. Typically, Read more [...]
As Nielsen Media starts to measure viewership ratings of Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), there is a debate about how it will impact the players involved.
On one side, there are the online streaming companies such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and others waiting to join them such HBO’s fully-online streaming service. On the other side, there are the content owners — HBO/Time Warner, Read more [...]