TV is clearly outshining the movies. But when will we know if original content from companies like Netflix is a workable business?
By Kevin Kelleher, contributor
FORTUNE -- Television is enjoying something of a golden age. With shows like The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Game of Thrones drawing praise as well as rabidly loyal viewers, it's often remarked that TV is better than the movies. And, because golden ages can create MOREMar 14, 2013 9:31 AM ET
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Special report: Amazon's billion-dollar tax shield [REUTERS]
Amazon's Luxembourg arrangements have deprived European governments of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax that it might otherwise have owed, as reported in European newspapers. But a Reuters examination of accounts filed by 25 Amazon units in six countries shows how they also allowed the company MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 7, 2012 2:24 PM ET
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Why Apple and HTC settled their patent litigation [THE VERGE]
Apple's victory over Samsung is much less a predictor of future succes than you might think. Apple had essentially a perfect storm of facts in the Samsung case: the large number of Samsung devices that look exactly like Apple devices, the internal Samsung evidence showing the MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Nov 12, 2012 5:30 AM ET
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How hurricane Sandy slapped the sarcasm out of Twitter [THE NEW YORK TIMES]
At my home in suburban New Jersey, a 30-foot limb dropped down at 4 p.m., so the illusion that this was an event happening to someone else quickly dissipated. And at 8 p.m., just when we hunkered down in front of the big screen, the MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Nov 1, 2012 8:01 AM ET
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Silicon Valley's Stock Funk [THE WALL STREET JOURNAL]
Home prices in the region are still rising, but with wealth ebbing, some agents sense a slowdown.
Nicholas Tarantola, a Realtor with Zephyr Real Estate in San Francisco, said activity has slowed over the past month, with homes that might have received 10 offers MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Oct 8, 2012 1:03 PM ET
HR cloud software company Workday files for IPO; Google and Apple CEOs talk patent issues.
Exclusive: Google, Apple CEOs in talks on patent issues [REUTERS]
One possible scenario under consideration could be a truce involving disputes over basic features and functions in Google's Android mobile software, one source said. But it was unclear whether Page and Cook were discussing a broad settlement of the various disputes between the two companies, most of MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Aug 31, 2012 6:30 AM ET
Hulu finally comes to Apple TV; is the social web IPO window closed?
YouTube to double down on its 'channel' experiment [THE WALL STREET JOURNAL]
The company says it will put in another $200 million to market the channels as it attempts to upgrade its content from simple user-generated videos and to lure more viewers and advertising. The site has launched nearly 100 new channels so far this year, attracting talent such as MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jul 31, 2012 12:28 PM ET
Why companies are offering employees unlimited vacation; Scott Thompson opens up on life post-Yahoo.
The story of Steve Jobs: An inspiration or a cautionary tale? [WIRED]
Join or get out of the way—it's a phrase that sums up what Jobs' life has taught his admirers today. Andrew Hargadon, a professor at UC Davis and author of How Breakthroughs Happen: The Surprising Truth About How Companies Innovate, points out that Jobs' brashness has helped inspire MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jul 24, 2012 4:00 AM ET
The introduction of "Expanded Tweets"; the turf war in mobile gaming.
The day Netflix met its heaviest user [GIGAOM]
Earlier this year, Mark Malkoff embarked on his Netflix challengein an attempt to figure out how much value he could get out of his $8 subscription within a single month. 30 days later, Malkoff had watched 252 movies, beginning to end, including the credits.
The high-school blogger who's been cracking Apple's secrets [FORTUNE]
In the walk-up MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jun 14, 2012 7:00 AM ET
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* Apple (AAPL) bested many analyst predictions with quarterly profits of $11.6 billion on sales of $39.2 billion. That represents a 95% spike in profits compared with the same time a year before. Much of the increase had to do with stronger-than-expected iPhone sales of 35.1 million units.(CNNMoney)
* Google (GOOG) finally MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Apr 25, 2012 3:30 AM ET
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