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Angry man yelling in to mobile phone
photo: Shutterstock / Lisa F. Young

When is an explosion in mobile users ever a bad thing? When those users are switching from your website and you have no mobile business model. That is what growing numbers of online service are now worrying about. Read more »

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Amazon Package
photo: Flickr / William Christiansen

Amazon disappointed investors with its second-quarter earnings Thursday, reporting plunging profits and results below Wall Street expectations. The company reported $12.83 billion in revenue, up 29 percent over last year but missing estimates of $12.9 billion, and predicts an operating loss for Q3. Read more »

Yahoo Times Square

Yahoo took a hit on layoff costs in the second quarter but still showed a small profit, eking out tiny single-digit increases in some meaningful metrics while keeping search from falling off a cliff. In a word, it was flat compared to the same quarter in […] Read more »


DirecTV continued to reap the benefits of Latin American expansion in Q1, increasing revenue in the region by 33 percent while providing a role model for other subscription-based media companies like Netflix who are also endeavoring the expense of southern infiltration. Still, investors remain unimpressed. Read more »

Washington Post In Box
photo: AP Images

The Washington Post Co. newspaper division continues to struggle, nearly doubling its operating loss with drops in print circulation and advertising — and digital ad sales aren’t picking up the slack. The company may to reevaluate its no paywall’ stance. Read more »

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Blinkx CEO Suranga Chandratillake

As the online video opportunity booms, video index and advertising firm Blinkx is growing fast – but not quite as fast as had been expected, as revenue for the last 12 months fell slightly behind analysts’ expectations.. Read more »

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