Time Warner said it has lost 130,000 cable subscribers in its last fiscal quarter. This comes as the industry is becoming increasingly concerned with people cutting the cord to cable.
As the demand for online video is growing, more and more companies are moving content to the cloud, and charging more for data use. KCBS Technoloy Analyst Larry Magid said businesses like Comcast and At&T are putting data caps in place.
Job seekers who restrict the hunt to a particular industry often overlook organizations that could use their skills, according to recruiters at several large companies.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – Reserves have played important roles in victories for their teams over the last couple of days. Jason Giambi hit three home runs for the Rockies Thursday. Mike Fontenot and Nate Schierholtz […]
A battle between Comcast and a company that supports Netflix is drawing fire from some Internet neutrality proponents.
Cable companies have been losing TV subscribers at an ever faster rate in the last few months, and satellite TV isn’t picking up the slack.