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Facebook delivered fourth-quarter results above Wall Street's expectations on Wednesday and sought to show that it has finally transformed into a "mobile company" after rising to dominance as a Web-based social network.
Facebook delivered fourth-quarter results above Wall Street's expectations on Wednesday and sought to show that it has finally transformed into a "mobile company."
Netflix has re-emerged as a stock-market star after a fourth-quarter performance that demonstrated its success in broadening the appeal of its Internet video service despite stiffer competition.
Zynga Inc. lost money and received less revenue than anticipated in the second quarter because "CityVille," "FarmVille" and other games are not attracting as many paying players as they should.
Netflix subscribers watched more than 1 billion hours of online video last month as the advent of high-speed Internet connections and high-powered mobile devices change people's viewing habits.
Facebook is spending $1 billion to buy the photo-sharing company Instagram, the social network's largest acquisition ever.
Facebook is spending $1 billion to buy the photo-sharing company Instagram in the social network's largest acquisition ever.
Peruse Netflix's catalog of DVDs, and you'll find just about any movie or TV series you want. Look for many of the same titles in Netflix's Internet video library, and prepare to be exasperated.
Netflix's decision to raise prices by as much as 60 percent is turning into a horror show.