The online retailer's new subscription service promises free 3-day shipping, exclusive deals, and other benefits.
The headline on this story misrepresented the size of Dish's offer. It's $5.15 billion.
The satellite TV provider's unsolicited offer for the wireless broadband company is more than 10 percent higher than Sprint's.
In another FCC filing, Sprint argues that AT&T's claims of an impending spectrum crisis are untrue and that its proposed takeover of T-Mobile is unnecessary.
This story failed to include that the deal between Relativity Media and Netflix was for multiple films, not just "The Fighter."
Just when everyone is dumping on Netflix's streaming selection, the besieged video service adds some white-hot material.
Hewlett-Packard raises the stake yet again in the quest to acquire 3Par, saying it will pay $27 a share, just hours after Dell raised its offer to $24.30.
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Company begins making something useful out of its Fire Eagle service: a Facebook application that lets friends share their location. Also: a Firefox plug-in for Fire Eagle.