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How this developer's code saved 'Game of Thrones'

When HBO needed to figure out why the "Game of Thrones" season premiere last year crashed for users of its streaming service, it turned to software developer AppDynamics. So did Beachbody after fans of its popular 21 Day Fix weight-loss program suffered slow load times on mobile devices. And SAP's (XETRA: SAP-DE) Concur unit counts on the same vendor to see where bugs emerge across its ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Ari Levy
Top Internet analyst picks best tech stocks

At the beginning of the year, Mark Mahaney, top internet analyst at RBC Capital, said Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) were 2015's tech stocks to watch, alongside smaller players like Yelp, Shutterstock (NYSE: SSTK) and Pandora Media. But now Mahaney is shuffling his deck. He sees Amazon, Priceline (NASDAQ: PCLN), LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD), Expedia (NASDAQ: ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Anita Balakrishnan
The US Web company that's figured out China

China has been unkind to the U.S. Internet giants Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Facebook and Amazon.com. But as a growing China spurs demand for foreign travel, a smaller player-Priceline Group (NASDAQ: PCLN)-is trying to change the narrative. Rather than going head to head with homegrown Chinese sites, Priceline has invested more than $1 billion (via convertible debt and equity) in local travel ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Ari Levy
The tale of the two kinds of retailers

2015 has been the best of times and the worst of times for retail stocks. It just depends on what kind of retail stocks we're talking about. The S&P 500 Internet and catalog retail industry, host to hot names such as Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE), is up 58 percent on the year. Meanwhile, the multi-line retail group, home to beleaguered names like ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg
Ryanair's CEO aims to eclipse Skyscanner, Booking.com with new website

DUBLIN, Aug 11 (Reuters) - Ryanair aims to take on the online travel companies with a new website that will offer its 100 million annual passengers flight price comparisons, cheap hotel rooms and location-sensitive restaurant discounts, its chief executive said. The overhaul of the Ryanair.com site, being developed by about 200 IT staff hired over the past 18 months, is in part a defensive ...
Source: Reuters | By: Conor Humphries and Padraic Halpin
CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Priceline beats 2nd-qtr profit estimates, sees solid 3rd qtr

Aug 5- Priceline Group Inc reported second-quarter profit above analysts' estimates on Wednesday, although weakness in foreign currencies against the U.S. dollar continued to weigh down results as well as its third-quarter outlook in dollar terms. Priceline, the world's second largest online travel services company by bookings after Expedia Inc, said net...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 1-Priceline beats 2nd-qtr profit estimates, sees solid 3rd qtr

(Adds bookings details, forecast, company comment, share price) Aug 5 (Reuters) - Priceline Group Inc reported second-quarter profit above analysts' estimates on Wednesday, although the weakness of foreign currencies against the U.S. dollar continued to weigh down results and its third-quarter outlook in dollar terms. Priceline, the world's second largest online travel services company by ...
Source: Reuters
US STOCKS-Wall St higher amid wage growth data, earnings

*Second-qtr wage growth slowest in 33 years. July 31- Wall Street rose in early afternoon trading on Friday after an historically weak reading of U.S wage growth lent weight to the view that the U.S. Exxon Mobil shares fell 3.5 percent to $80.12 while Chevron was down 3.9 percent at $89.43 after quarterly profits slumped on falling oil prices.
Source: Reuters | By: Tanya Agrawal
US STOCKS-Dow, S&P dragged down by poor earnings from Exxon, Chevron

July 31- The Dow and S&P 500 were dragged down on Friday by weak earnings from oil producers Exxon Mobil and Chevron, while the Nasdaq edged up after Amgen's profit beat expectations. Exxon Mobil shares fell 4 percent to $79.52 while Chevron was down 4.2 percent at $89.06 after quarterly profits slumped on falling oil prices. Amgen rose 4.7 percent to $179.64...
Source: Reuters | By: Tanya Agrawal
US STOCKS-Wall St set to open little changed amid tepid earnings

*Royal Caribbean, Expedia rise after results. July 31- Wall Street was set to open little changed on Friday following a spate of uninspiring corporate results including that of Exxon Mobil, and a drop in prices of crude oil and major industrial metals. Exxon Mobil and Chevron shares fell about 2 percent after quarterly profits fell sharply on falling oil prices.
Source: Reuters | By: Tanya Agrawal