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Friday, November 17


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Even Adidas is watching Netflix

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So it might come as a surprise that at least one top Adidas executive, global creative director Paul Gaudio, is checking an entirely different shoulder for competitive threats, naming, in a recent interview with the magazine Monocle, even the likes of Netflix NFLX-1.18% as an Adidas ADDYY+0.46%DE:ADS+0.42% rival. Adidas participated in the Streets of EQT fashion show at the Old Truman Brewery in London this September. Read on:Teens are spending their money on Amazon and Adidas, while Nike loses favor. A kid only has so much money to spend.

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Cognex, Adobe Help American Century Ultra Fund's Big Rebound

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In all of 2016, the fund advanced just 4.38%, beating only 58% of its peers. The portfolio's day-to-day decisions have been made by lead manager Keith Lee and managers Michael Li and Jeffrey Bourke since 2008. What's driving some of the fund's key holdings? 1 in its IBD industry group (Leisure-Movies & Related). "Amazon has been reinvesting (cash flow) to drive growth in the long term," Lewis said.

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For investors right now, the only thing that matters is whether a company can beat Amazon or Netflix

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" Some investors have lamented over the sky-high price to earnings multiples for Amazon and Netflix. He is not dismayed by Netflix's guidance of up to $8 billion in content spending next year and multi-billion dollar cash burn. Even as the media company's print ad sales have plummeted this year, down 20 percent in its most recent quarter, the market is boosting New York Times' stock price for figuring out its digital strategy. Its shares are 32 percent through Thursday after three consecutive years of mediocre returns.

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The media industry has suddenly become a Game of Thrones-like battle for power, Business Insider

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The stakes are as high as it gets – who controls content, distribution, advertising and connections with consumers. The media industry has suddenly become a Game of Thrones-like battle for power. Cable TV companies are essentially broadband companies. According to the New York Post, Charter has considered buying the cable TV company Cox Communications or even selling itself to Softbank.

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CEO Les Moonves: CBS may not be able to stay out of the media deal frenzy much longer

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Comcast is six times as big as we are," said Moonves, making a David and Goliath argument that CBS may be diminutive but nimble. Now Amazon, the number one company in the world, is producing content. I've been surprised a lot in the past few weeks that the Department of Justice objected to this deal," Moonves said. "It's sort of a contradictory situation we're in right now.

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Kodi Boxes That Stream Netflix For Free Could Kill Their Owners

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A report by UK group Electrical Safety First warned that a selection of the devices, commonly known as Kodi boxes, it tested did not meet basic safety standards. The devices have proved popular in the U.S. and Europe as a cheap alternative to streaming services, with estimates suggesting more than 1 million Kodi boxes have been sold in the UK alone. “TickBox also knowingly and intentionally targets Plaintiffs and the State of California by openly encouraging TickBox TV customers in California and elsewhere to obtain ‘free’ streams of infringing content rather than ‘wasting money with online streaming services like Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime. TickBox offers customers access to the latest Hollywood movies, premium cable channels, online streaming service and live sporting events for free.

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The media industry has suddenly become a Game of Thrones-like battle for power

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The stakes are as high as it gets — who controls content, distribution, advertising and connections with consumers. The media industry has suddenly become a Game of Thrones-like battle for power. Cable TV companies are essentially broadband companies. According to the New York Post, Charter has considered buying the cable TV company Cox Communications or even selling itself to Softbank.

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Thursday, November 16


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While gamers ask for loot-box regulation, Trump's FCC plans to deregulate net neutrality

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Net neutrality is a concept that includes a number of rules and regulations with the purpose of preventing internet service providers (ISPs) such as Comcast and AT&T from blocking, slowing, or favoring certain content over their networks. “The overturning of net neutrality rules has huge implications for the games business,” Piscatella told GamesBeat. Or you can get the top-tier “Extreme Gamer’s 4K Internet for $100 extra per month, and that gives you unlimited speeds and unlimited data. Spending on digital games continues to climb, but eliminating net neutrality could stunt that growth because gamers would potentially have to pay extra to get games and then maybe even more on that to download large or 4K releases.

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More to Péladeau’s crusade against Netflix than Quebecor’s bottom line

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More to Péladeau’s crusade against Netflix than Quebecor’s bottom line. To be sure, Mr. Péladeau has selfish business reasons for wanting to ensure that Netflix faces the same tax and regulatory burdens as Quebecor. Mr. Leitao insists the next provincial budget will contain a mechanism to ensure the QST and the federal goods and services tax – which Quebec collects on Ottawa's behalf – are charged on Netflix subscriptions. But he says Quebec will leave it to Canada Border Services to ensure sales taxes and duties are collected on manufactured goods purchased from foreign online retailers.

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3 Reasons Why Apple Inc. Stock Shouldn't Buy Netflix

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Ritholtz suggests Apple purchase Netflix with newly issued AAPL stock. If Apple holds onto its cash, it can eventually repatriate it and pay more dividends or buy back a lot of AAPL stock. Several of the points Ritholtz makes in favor of an Apple/Netflix deal seem to favor Netflix more than Apple. Apple did $48 billion in net income last year, Netflix made less than half a billion.

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