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Roku Inc. engages in the provision of a streaming platform for television. It operates through the following business segments: Player and Platform. Read More The Player segment consists of net sales of streaming media players and accessories through retailers and distributors, as well as directly to customers through the company's website. The Platform segment includes fees received from advertisers and content publishers, and from licensing the company's technology and proprietary operating system to service operators. The company was founded by Anthony J. Wood in October 2002 and is headquartered in Los Gatos, CA.
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3 Top Tech Stocks to Buy in March
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Budget-friendly TVs cover a surprisingly wide range of price and performance levels, and TCL tries to span them all. The company's 5-series sits between the remarkably inexpensive 4-series and the impressively bright 6-series , and takes elements from both. It features a sleek design and wide color range with good accuracy out of the box, but its brightness and contrast lag far behind the Editors' Choice 6-series. At $499.99 for the 55-inch 55S517 we tested, it's virtually equidistant between the two other ...
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One of this year's hottest stocks was also one of last week's biggest losers. Shares of Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) tumbled nearly 12% last week, buckling early in the week after a pair of analyst downgrades. Roku continues to be a winner in 2019, up 105% so far this year even after last week's setback. The Wall Street pros at Loop Capital and Macquarie downgrading the shares on valuation concerns may look reasonable at first glance; Roku hasn't done enough through just the first few weeks of 2019 to justify a valu...
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