The company brought in $710 million in revenue in the final three months of 2015, even as its user count stayed flat.
Not only did The Force Awakens smash records at the box office, it also pushed up toy sales, even after the highs of 2015’s Frozen frenzy.
It’s nothing a few emails inviting you to join my professional network can’t fix.
In announcing that the company is considering “strategic alternatives,” Yahoo’s chair confirmed long-running rumors it could sell its core business.
When markets open Tuesday, the impact of after-hours trading is set to push the company above Apple into the No. 1 slot.
Starry says its high-frequency radio technology can bring broadband-speed internet to homes, without the cables.
In Anchorman, Adam McKay targeted the inanity of TV news. In documenting the madness of Wall Street, he says his new film poses a simple question: “how did we miss this?”
The company made an $18 billion profit in the final three months of 2015, but warned business could slow down in the coming quarter.
They’re scared of debt, and not big fans of investing (unless it’s done by robots).
Visual China Group has purchased the image licensing company Corbis, which owns the rights to some of history’s best-known images.
The good news: slow-moving economies can’t crash too badly. “It’s really hard to kill yourself jumping off a two foot ledge.”
The streaming company’s stock has doubled over the last year, and millions are still signing up each month.
Investors love the FANG stocks — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google — as proxies for the best of the tech industry. But the knives are out for the BETS stocks.
The week couldn’t end without a morning collapse.
56% of cable subscribers polled in a recent survey said they’d happily drop ESPN and ESPN 2 if it meant a lower cable bill.
Gaming company Beijing Kunlun now owns a 60% stake in Grindr after a deal valuing the app at $166 million.
An estimated 42% of people aged 23-35 have used services like payday lenders, pawn shops and rent-to-own products.
The streaming site will now be available in giant markets like India, Russia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The Department of Justice is asking VW to stop using the “defeat devices,” to mitigate excess emissions, and to pay civil penalties.