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Narottam Medhora

Netflix buys comics publisher Millarworld to feed films and TV

07 Aug 2017

Netflix Inc on Monday said it has bought comics publisher Millarworld, bringing on board renowned comic book writer Mark Millar and a host of character franchises it can mine for TV shows and movies.

Sprint, cable wireless talks scramble deal outlook

27 Jun 2017

Sprint Corp's talks with Charter Communications Inc and Comcast Corp about a wireless partnership added another layer of uncertainty to the outlook for potential deals in the cable and telecommunications sector.

BlackBerry misses sales forecasts, shares tumble

23 Jun 2017

WATERLOO, Ontario BlackBerry Ltd posted quarterly revenue that missed analysts' forecasts due to an unexpected sales decline, pushing shares down as much as 13 percent, which would be their biggest one-day drop in more than two years.

Amazon launches 'try-before-you-buy' fashion service

20 Jun 2017

Amazon.com Inc wants to turn your living room into a fitting room.

Booz Allen Hamilton says DOJ investigating its accounting practices

15 Jun 2017

Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp said the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) was investigating some of its cost accounting and indirect cost charging practices with the government, sending its shares down 12 percent after the bell.

Tesla to exchange certain notes for about $395 mln in shares

01 Jun 2017

Tesla Inc said it entered into agreements with the holders of some of its notes with principal amount of about $144.8 million to exchange 1.16 million of the company's shares.

New York Times offers buyouts, scraps public editor position

01 Jun 2017

The New York Times Co said on Wednesday it was offering buyouts to its newsroom employees to streamline production systems and reduce the number of editors.

Qualcomm ups ante in fight with Apple, sues four Taiwanese suppliers

18 May 2017

Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc has escalated its patent battle with Apple Inc, suing Foxconn and three other Taiwanese manufacturers that supply iPhone and iPad components for not paying royalties.

Qualcomm sues four Apple contract manufacturers

17 May 2017

Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc filed a lawsuit against four Apple Inc contract manufacturers, including Foxconn Technology Group, for not paying royalties, as its legal battle with the iPhone maker intensifies.

DocuSign says hackers accessed customer email database

16 May 2017

Electronic signature service DocuSign said on Tuesday hackers had temporarily gained access to a database containing customer emails following a surge in phishing emails sent to its users.

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