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Dividends make you rich. Period. Stable and growing dividends only make you richer faster. How well do Intel, Seagate Technology, and AT&T fit that bill?
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Netflix has the streaming rights to plenty of proven winners from the annals of TV history. Why aren't these three hits streaming on Netflix yet?
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- How Come My ISP Won't Increase Internet Speed and Lower My Bill, Like They Do in Sweden?
Swedish Internet users enjoy faster, cheaper services than Americans and more competition, too. Here's why the Swedish model won't jump across the Atlantic anytime soon.
- The Next Blue Chip Stocks: Tesla Motors Inc.
Tesla Motors is disrupting the auto industry from several angles. But will you be able to call Tesla a blue chip stock soon? Let's find out.
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T-Mobile is handing out top-shelf Wi-Fi routers for free to qualified customers, and very cheap to anybody else -- including non-customers. What's in it for T-Mobile?
- Netflix, Inc. Is Paying Huge Sums to Produce Original Shows
Netflix is spending about 10% of its content budget on original shows in 2014 -- or maybe more. Expect even larger original programming efforts in the future.
- Netflix's Exclusive Deal For The "Crouching Tiger" Sequel Is A Game Changer
In press materials and countless headlines, an exclusive film distribution deal is touted as "Netflix's first original movie." That's not exactly right though.
- Will Verizon Communications Ever Shrink Your Cell Phone Bill?
3 of the 4 major wireless carriers are engaged in a huge price war today, with even more bill-slashing cuts sure to come. Will Verizon ever join the fray?