What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
Navarro College Cheer Coach Monica Aldama Talks About Netflix Series And Life ChangesMapping the season of Navarro College's dominant cheer squad, Texas Coach Monica Aldama has changed the way thousands of people view the sport.
Netflix Is The Latest To Pull Out Of SXSW Amid Coronavirus ConcernsNetflix is the latest company to cancel screenings and events at South by Southwest in Austin next week amid concerns about the coronavirus.
North Texas' Navarro College Getting National Attention For Netflix's 'Cheer'The team's success propelled it into the spotlight with A new Netflix docu-series, "Cheer."
Disney Plus Blames Past Hacks For User Accounts Sold OnlineThe company reiterated Wednesday that it found no evidence of a security breach and that account problems are limited to “a very small percentage of users” of Disney Plus.
New Coke Is Back And It's All Because Of "Stranger Things"New Coke, one of the biggest marketing flops in American history, is returning as part of a promotional campaign tied to "Stranger Things."
The Hazards Of Sitting Too Long: 'When We're Sitting, We're Not Getting The Blood Flow'A recent American Cancer Society study found sitting for six or more hours a day was linked a nearly 20% higher rate of death compared to those who sat for less than three hours a day.
With Comcast Deal Disney Takes Full Control Over HuluDisney is taking full control of Hulu, extending the reach of its streaming abilities.
AT&T Shares Slide As More TV Customers Cut The CordShares of AT&T slid Wednesday as the Dallas-based wireless and entertainment company reported that its TV customer losses continue.
Beyoncé Breaks The Internet With Surprise Release Of New AlbumBeyoncé has surprised her fans by releasing a soundtrack to her Netflix documentary "Homecoming."
Apple Expected To Announce Launch Of Video ServiceApple is expected to announce today that it's launching a video service that could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself.