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Is Doomed Netflix the New BlackBerry?

Is Doomed Netflix the New BlackBerry?

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has become a huge part of pop-culture; everyone seems to have it— it even has its own idiom, “Netflix and chill.” And yet, it appears the online streaming service is slowly losing its edge to a rising number of competitors boasting larger content libraries and cheaper subscription fees. Sound familiar? It should, that’s…



Bob Iger’s Next Move

Bob Iger’s Next Move

The most powerful man in Hollywood, Robert Iger, is big on timing. This morning was typical. After awakening to an alarm set to 4:15 a.m., the Walt Disney Co mpany’s chairman and CEO spent five minutes getting dressed, washing his face and securing his earbuds before heading to a gym inside the house in Brentwood…


DirecTV May Deal Another Blow to the Reeling NFL

DirecTV May Deal Another Blow to the Reeling NFL

The NFL has had a rough couple of years. The sport’s rising injury toll is generating a ton of headlines this year, including superstar Andrew Luck’s shocking retirement at such a young age. You had the Colin Kaepernick controversy and all the politics around kneeling. And now it appears that these issues are coming home…


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Elon Musk Shows Gaming Prowess, Adds Cuphead to Tesla Arcade

With news that Tesla is adding throwback run and gun indie darling Cuphead to its growing Tesla Arcade library, the company takes an essential step toward making in-vehicle gaming an attractive proposition. Cuphead for Tesla coming out in August — e^👁🥧 (@elonmusk) July 27, 2019 Up until now, lackluster titles such as Beach Buggy Racing…


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Netflix Says to Binge-Watch The Office as NBC Takes Show Back

Netflix announced on Tuesday that NBC would not extend its licensing agreement for the hit comedy “The Office” beyond January 2021. NFLX stock shed about 3 percent on the day. Why is this move significant for Netflix? It all comes down to competition, and ultimately, the company’s economics. Licensing on Its Way Out When Netflix…





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A fund manager has crushed 98% of his competitors by shunning one of investing’s most-trusted strategies. Here’s his blueprint for success.

‘Buy and hold’ is the recommended strategy for many investors who want to profit from stocks in the long term. However, the $55 million T. Rowe Price Global Focused Growth Equity Fund has entered the 98th percentile of funds over the past five years by doing the opposite: trading aggressively during periods of volatility. In…