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Tech sector leads rebound  

Media Link Transcript I follow FaceBook I thought that was did. Company did better on early on in on the happy investor. What about grip on where your chair of the board and what are they have to do to get a billion users. Well we'll never have a billion users birthday I think did one point three peaked at about 315 million email accounts and it's certainly a global phenomenon that in terms. ...
Source: CNBC.com
Could ad blockers wreck online media's revenue?

Media stocks have been tanking on analyst concerns that ad dollars are shifting to the Internet. But the move to online advertising brings another problem: The growth of ad blocking. Ad blockers are expected to cost the industry $22 billion in revenue this year, according to a report by Adobe and PageFair, a company that helps publishers work around and measure ad blockers. The research ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Julia Boorstin
Media downgrades feeling bundle burn?  

Media Link Transcript I think what's agreed upon now is that it's over. It's only question of whack right to question the timeline to when Linear television television is channel is going to be gone but Bernstein does this report which is very clever is. They do with some of the parts analysis they stated television ad revenue and affiliate fees should be valued like AOL dial up revenue face ...
Source: CNBC.com
Faber Report: Symantec to sell Veritas  

Media Link Transcript The sale of merit toss to AF consortium or really the Carlyle. Carlyle also being joined by Singapore's us sovereign wealth fund. In and a couple of other investors in buying that business from Symantec for eight billion dollars total proceeds of Symantec. After they pay taxes about six point three billion dollars seems so they had a relatively low cost basis on the ...
Source: CNBC.com
Verizon ditches two-year phone contracts

Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is revamping the way its customers pay for cellphone service. The nation's largest wireless carrier on Friday said it was doing away the practice of subsidizing your new phone in exchange for signing a two-year service contract. The company unveiled new plans that offer a mix of discounts and price hikes and that require customers to pay for their smartphone. Under the new ...
Source: NBC News | By: Keith Wagstaff and James Eng