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Netflix streams on a laptop and cellphone. The vide- streaming service is responsible for 35 percent of bandwidth usage in North America, according to a recent study.

Netflix is king of bandwidth in North America

Nov 20, 2014
The latest in "how-many-caveats-can-fit-in-one-statistic" news.
Posted In: netflix, bandwidth, video streaming, hulu, Amazon

Predicting Apple's next big move

Nov 20, 2014
The stories we're reading - and numbers we're watching - Thursday.
Posted In: apple, disney, merchandising, Beats by Dre
According to Bloomberg, you probably haven't eaten these in a while.

You know what's not selling like hotcakes? Hotcakes

Nov 19, 2014
Someone make Jack Johnson write another song, quick!
Posted In: hot cakes, pancakes, breakfast sales, kale

Drug windfall raises questions for foundations

Nov 19, 2014
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is set to reap more than $3 billion.
Posted In: cystic fibrosis, lung disease, pharmaceuticals, foundations

Pricing a child's plea for equine ownership

Nov 19, 2014
While it is expensive to buy and care for a horse, parents say the experience is worth it.
Posted In: horses, children, animals
Meg DeAngelis, right, hosts the YouTube series "Makeup Mythbusters."

L.A.'s the place for YouTube stars seeking wider fame

Nov 19, 2014
YouTubers flock to Los Angeles, and an entertainment industry that caters to them.
Posted In: YouTube, viral, viral marketing, cat videos, online video
A shopping cart sits in front of a Target store. Since the massive data breach one year ago, Target has been working from behind to keep customers happy.

Target tries to be cool

Nov 19, 2014
The retailer, which reports earnings Wednesday, is trying to lure customers back.
Posted In: Target, data breach, Retail, earning report
Passengers wait in long lines at the US Airways ticketing counter at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Feb. 14, 2014 in Morrisville, North Carolina.

Paying for upgrades under the tray-table

Nov 18, 2014
Bribing fellow passengers to get to the front of airport lines is generally allowed, but experts say the stress of airline travel means most people won’t agree to it.
Posted In: flying, Airlines, airport, bribes
The Uber app is displayed on an iPhone. Several unpopular circumstances have plunged public opinion of the company and its leadership.

Why Uber execs may get away with their bad behavior

Nov 18, 2014
Consumers don't seem overly concerned about questionable conduct by Uber execs.
Posted In: Uber, pr, bad PR

Networks battle for morning supremacy, young viewers

Nov 18, 2014
ABC's "Good Morning America" nails the a.m. formula while NBC's "Today" struggles.
Posted In: Today show, NBC, Jamie Horowitz, advertising

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