Netflix vs. Disney vs. Google what is the Future of Entertainment?

Both entertainment models work but they each have serious drawbacks. Netflix has not figured out how to make its model pay; while Disney is unable to protect its market share. The data suggests that a combination of new and old models would work best.

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WWE shows why Old Media is dying

Investors need to pay attention to Matt Hardy, because his success might be repeated by any performer using open sourced media to totally disrupt the business. This professional wrestler from North Carolina might be showing us the future of entertainment.

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Will Minivans Save Fiat-Chrysler?

Minivans are more of a contrarian investment than you might think because they are the perfect vehicle for use in the ride-sharing business. A Chrysler Pacifica or Dodge City Master Pro; particularly one equipped with a diesel, electric or hybrid engine, would be the perfect Uber car. It can seat several passengers, it is stylish and there is plenty of room for luggage for the airport run.

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Android Pay in Singapore and at Walgreens

Android Pay is spreading to more retailers and banks in the United States. Its most popular feature will be a rather old fashioned one – the ability to get cash. According to Mashable, some customers will be able to get cash from Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) ATMs using Android Pay.

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Is Oracle still a Safe Investment?

Oracle’s biggest potential headache is a wrongful termination lawsuit; filed by its former Senior Finance Manager for North America Saas/Cloud Revenue, Svetlana Blackburn. The suit accuses Oracle of firing Blackburn for threatening to blow the whistle on “unlawful accounting practices.”

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Alphabet’s Incredible Growth

Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) is now so profitable; and so successful, that it has become very boring. Every quarter the company turns in a great earnings report – that looks much like the last one. Despite this redundancy, Google’s financial numbers are well worth reading. It is possible to learn a lot from those numbers because they are so good.

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Is Allstate Still a Value Investment?

Nothing to disparage Allstate here—it is still a good company—but the cash figures that Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL) reported indicate it might be time to rethink some of our value investing theories. Tech companies, including Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), now seem to be outperforming insurers like Allstate when it comes to some of the classic value criteria.

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AT&T High Speed Internet Is good for Business

Fiber would be serious competition for AT&T if it ever rolls out because Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) wants to bring the service to some of the cities where AT&T offers U-verse. A list of cities for possible Fiber rollout includes Raleigh, Charlotte, Chicago and Los Angeles, all areas were U-verse is available. Fiber already competes directly against U-verse in Austin and Kansas City, and it will be rolled out in San Francisco and San Antonio, where AT&T operates.

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Google Pulls Out of Insurance

Despite its retreat from research, Alphabet is still a very good investment. It is a great company that is making an incredible amount of money. Investors that shell out the big bucks for Alphabet stock will not be disappointed, because Compare did not add any value to Google.

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Why Uber Is Now More Attractive Than Goldman Sachs

Silicon Valley could soon become the world’s new financial center, displacing New York. This means it will set the pace for the world’s economy.

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