After the coffee. Before binging on
The Skinny: I finally finished Season 1 of "Orange Is the New Black" over
Daily Dose: Sometimes an analyst suggests a merger so outlandish and over-the-top that you just stop and say no way that ever happens. On Thursday, that analyst was Tony Wible of Janney Capital Markets, who wrote that it would make a lot of sense for
Love will conquer all. The teen tear-jerker movie "The Fault in Our Stars" is expected to make a lot of people weepy at the box office this weekend. The film, about two love-struck teens who meet at a cancer support group, is projected to take in about $35 million. Whether that will be enough to knock "Maleficent" off the top spot is up for debate but it will do better than the other big release of the weekend,
Stop or I'll sue! Verizon sent Netflix a cease-and-desist letter demanding it stop blaming the Internet Service Provider for any buffering and streaming issues its customers are having while watching their service. Netflix pretty much responded with a yawn. More from the Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times.
Weighing in. The dispute between Amazon and book publisher Hachette over e-book prices is a little out of our usual wheelhouse. But