Netflix will rise 20 percent in the next year alone, according to MKM Partners analyst Rob Sanderson.
The assault was the latest in a wave of violence targeting the besieged Christian minority in the country.
Maimane says he was denied entry to the country over his support for a Zambian opposition leader charged with treason.
World leaders braced for contentious talks with Trump at the G-7 summit after he earlier lambasted NATO allies for not spending more on defense.
Initial reports say at least three people were killed and dozens wounded after attack in Minya province.
A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including an attack in Manchester and Trump's first foreign trip.
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Former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos was recovering well from injuries caused by a booby-trapped package exploding in his car.
21st Century Oncology, which bills itself as the world's largest operator of cancer treatment centers, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Exploring Germany's reception of new immigrants and its long-term pursuit of Arab migrants as a demographic strategy.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that North Korea was a "big problem", but assured Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that issues surrounding the secretive Asian state would be resolved
Tribal leaders in Namibia fight the German government for the return of hundreds of skulls taken for racial experiments.
If you factor in the value of Ripple's cryptocurrency, the company could be worth billions.
Late-night TV hosts pounced on Greg Gianforte, who won the election on Thursday for Montana’s vacant House seat despite being charged with assaulting a reporter.
The Army has sought to play down the significance of the mixed-gender milestone. But female grunts see it as monumental and revolutionary.
The top 200 chief executives, who make more than last year, are holding meetings with President Trump, who is considering rolling back Dodd-Frank regulations.
The Hydrus opened in May, replacing the famous Jet Star roller coaster, which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Experience the ride in this 360° video.
The Hydrus replaces the Jet Star roller coaster on the beach at Seaside Heights, where Hurrican Sandy left the old coaster a tangled wreck.
There are around a half-million Roma in Slovakia, most of whom live in impoverished slums.
U.S. President Donald Trump has reportedly reignited tensions with his EU counterparts in the latest leg of his international tour after calling the Germans “very bad” for their trade surplus with the U.S.
Roads flooded and houses buried as Rain-triggered mudslides kill at least 23 people in different parts of Sri Lanka.
Federal Reserve (Fed) policymaker James Bullard has declared that the path of inflation in the U.S. is "worrisome", speaking in Tokyo on Friday.
Mostafa Taei's paintings became a record of gruesome atrocities: beheadings, injured children and hangings.
Police are trying to solve the mystery of who made an SOS out of rocks in a remote part of Western Australia.
Capcom announced the release of "Monster Hunter XX" on the Nintendo Switch.
As advertisers spend ever more money – nearly $500 billion in 2016 globally – there are clear signs of nervousness
The world’s banks have become safer since the crisis, but economic risks have spread elsewhere, said RBI ex-governor Rajan.
The case of a Montana congressional candidate accused of body-slamming a reporter is being blamed by some media watchers on a wave of hostility toward journalists that President Donald Trump helped generate.
A federal judge ordered United Parcel Service Inc to pay nearly $247 million in damages and penalties for "illegally shipping" large volumes of untaxed cigarettes in New York state and City, a court filing showed on Thursday.
Indonesians and Malaysians among those killed by army in Marawi, where clashes with Maute forces thousands to flee.
Partial results from a special election for a U.S. House of Representative seat in Montana show Republican Greg Gianforte won Montana's U.S. House special election after being charged with assaulting reporter, the Associated Press reports.
Our live blog is tracking market reaction after OPEC agrees to extend oil production cuts to March 2018.
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Citi analysts expect rising components costs to put pressure on Lenovo's margin.
James finished with 35 points, becoming the career playoff scoring leader, as Cleveland beat the Boston Celtics, 135-102, to win the series, 4-1.
A former air force general, a rocket scientist and the head of a weapons development and procurement center are key in Pyongyang's missile program.
LeBron James scored 35 points and passed Michael Jordan to become the NBA's all-time playoff scoring leader as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics 135-102 on Thursday night to claim their third straight Eastern Conference title and a return trip to the NBA Finals.
Donald Trump's son-in- law is under investigation over the "extent and nature" of his dealings with Russian officials, US media is reporting.
Coalition air raids on ISIL-held town kills many women and children relatives of fighters, Syrian Observatory says.
Laughing men surrounding Kim Jong-un in photos are serious technocrats who have vastly improved the North's arsenal.
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There may still be upside for crude prices even if investors appear let down by an OPEC production cut extension, an analyst said.
Companies are sticking by Sean Hannity as he promotes his conspiracy theory surrounding the murder of a D.N.C. staff member, claiming he is not violating their core values.
The treatment of a reporter by Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate in a Montana special election, was either “outrageous” or “totally out of character,” depending on whom you ask.
Legislation by a New York City councilman calls for stadiums with more than 5,000 seats to extend protective nets from home plate to the foul poles.
UK city's Libyan community shaken after revelations Salman Abedi was behind suicide blast at concert that killed 22.
Saudi Arabia’s largest sovereign wealth fund will make a $20 billion investment in a new Blackstone infrastructure project, which could then double in size.
Two supervisors at a federal jail in Brooklyn accused of sexually abusing female inmates educated subordinates about the Prison Rape Elimination Act.
A program that handles more than $1 trillion in debt for 43 million students is in play, and the head of it has resigned in protest.
The Pentagon completed its probe of a US airstrike in Mosul, pinning the blame on ISIS for massive civilians deaths.
Senator Ron Wyden told Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin that the administration was using accounting that would “make Bernie Madoff blush.”
1,500 soldiers deployed in Brasilia are removed after accusations President Michel Temer only trying to cling to power.
Competitors at the World Surfing Games in France are setting their sights on 2020 in Tokyo, where their sport will be added to the Olympics.
A police state during the Group of 7 summit meeting, the city maintains its reputation as a pleasure dome for reality TV stars, aging playboys and affluent Russians.
The smoke had barely cleared from the Manchester attack before The New York Times ran forensic-evidence images. British officials were angry. So were readers.
With Nasdaq at a record high, Amazon could give it even more of a boost Friday if it breaks the $1,000 milestone for the first time.
Futures pointed to a flat open for Asian markets on Friday, after oil producers agreed to extend output cuts for nine months.
Jim Cramer takes a look at how HP Inc., once part of the Hewlett-Packard empire, has rebounded thanks to innovation and other shrewd moves.
Despite all the excitement around digital currencies, venture capitalist Fred Wilson said it will probably take much longer for bitcoin to go mainstream.
Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and one of his senior advisers, has come under FBI scrutiny in the Russia investigation, multiple U.S. officials told NBC News.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said billionaires should pay people to live so everyone can find their purpose.
Scientists have discovered a "highly unusual" new species of extinct sea-dwelling reptile in Russia.
Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Management breaks down three key market themes for investors.
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Democrats are airing ads featuring audio of an election-eve assault on a reporter by Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate in a special House election.
Bombs used in attacks were made from pressure cookers, similar to a device used by a local group linked to ISIL.
British police have resumed intelligence-sharing ties with US law enforcement after they were temporarily stopped in a row over leaks about the Manchester bombing investigation.
US President Donald Trump wants NATO countries to provide more soldiers to fight terrorism.
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit new highs, but trader Kenny Polcari said it "doesn't feel like there's enough guts" to the market.
The world of finance is getting so interested in bitcoin that it's no longer just the land of coders.
Andy Rubin just teased another image of his new smartphone, and there's something mysterious about it.
Nutanix rallied as the company's earnings reported showed that businesses are flocking to its cloud technology.
It was a coincidence of scheduling for the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, but the difference in the receptions of the former and current presidents was telling.
Trump told Macron that, contrary to media reports during the race, he had not backed Marine Le Pen and had followed Macron's campaign with great attention.
Some fret that Treasury yields are low while stock prices are high. But Tony Dwyer says the bond market is overreacting.
Monday night’s bombing was seen not just as an attack on a concert venue, but an attack on a city’s identity as a proudly multicultural capital.
History suggests that sustained 3% GDP is a tall order, and the U.S. risks inflating debt if growth falls short.
Robust demand for the Nintendo Switch gaming console helped offset weak video game sales at the retailer.
House Ways and Means Chair Kevin Brady told CNBC Republicans are working to allay concerns about the border adjustment tax.
Appeal court's chief judge states that the revised ban 'drips with religious intolerance, animus, and discrimination'.
The Trump trade in stocks may be down, but it's not done.
The struggles of all-Republican governance have handed Democrats growing influence over how policy gets shaped.
During his Harvard Commencement speech, Mark Zuckerberg joined other Silicon Valley elites in calling for universal income.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Harvard's 2017 graduating class to create collective sense of purpose, tears up when speaking of undocumented student
The first scientific results from NASA's mission to Jupiter are already stunning scientists.
New data from the health department reveals that 32 infants were born in the city to 402 women infected with the virus, all in travel-related cases.
Despite denials of comments falsely attributed to Qatari emir, Sky News Arabia and Al Arabiya ran discredited stories.
Philippine troops are fighting militants linked to the Islamic State in the city of Marawi. Here is a look at what is happening and who is involved.
Tennis pro Rafael Nadal will be wearing the expensive Richard Mille watch during the French Open.
The bomber, Salman Abedi, had raised such serious concerns that acquaintances called an antiterrorism hotline to report that he held extremist views.
From Italy to America, the love affair with pasta is cooling as health-conscious consumers see it as a carb demon.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee linked the penalties to Iran’s continued support for terrorism and its human rights violations, among other concerns.
The latest in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise brings back Johnny Depp’s Captain Sparrow but leaves the joy an ocean away.
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The FBI says it needs more time to consider a request by Congress to turn over memos related to meetings between former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald Trump.
Though the company took the hacking threat seriously, Iger said it did not meat the threats demands and nothing has happened.
A partnership involving a Saudi Prince could mean major renovations at the Plaza Hotel.