a swing at ibm and sap. plus -- a hail mary or solid game plan? yahoo! live streaming the first nfl game ever. microsoft throws down the gauntlet, opening its first retail store. first, to our lead. another wild week of earnings. kicking things off, third-quarter results from iac. best-known for owning tinder. way ahead of estimates, $.78 per share. it is extending an ad deal with google that would generate $4 billion in revenue. when it comes to earnings, tomorrow is one of the biggest days of the quarter. first up is alibaba. investors watching for signs of growth as performance is so closely tied with the chinese economy. the stock has been pummeled since its november ipo, but has seen some recovery. some wonder if the worst is over. later, twitter and apple. apple, how well the iphone 6 is doing. apple shares taking a hit today after a supplier posted weak sales. joining me from new york and o'reilly herend in the studio. you have followed all these companies for so many years. what are you going to be watching tomorrow. we know this is an iphone company. what are we expecting?
that. strong words. coming up, yahoo! says its first ever live stream of an nfl game was a great success. how many people actually tuned in. we dig into the numbers next. ♪ emily: new problems for blood testing firm theranos. walgreens has decided to hold off on opening more testing centers. it made the decision after reports worsening the technology. businessre biggest partner. walgreen officials met with executives, including the founder, late last week. walgreen's now plans to wait until questions are resolved before continuing with its expansion plans. yahoo! and first live streaming game of nfl game ever. 15.2 million tuned in to watch the game on sunday. yahoo! says over 15 million unique viewers watched the game online. bloomberg crunched the numbers and found that only an average of 2.4 million viewers tuned in any given minute of the three-hour game. by comparison, sunday night football averages 24.1 million viewers according to nielsen data. ceo of a videohe streaming company. tim o'reilly of o'reilly media. tim, why is it taking so long for the nfl to find a partner
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