Jun.21 -- It's an arms race in the streaming space, with the competition trying to outspend one another on high-profile deals. Gene Munster, managing partner at Loup Ventures, says Apple will spend just under a billion dollars this year on original programming, but is still behind Netflix on rolling out new shows. And Netflix has the upper hand in international growth.
Here's the latest for Thursday, June 21st: The House rejects hard-right immigration bill; Melania Trump visits center for migrant children; Supreme Court rules online shoppers to pay sales tax; New Yorkers mark summer solstice with yoga. (June 21)
Jun.21 -- Envested CEO Isa Watson, Carbon Robotics Co-founder and CEO Rosanna Myers, and Beyond Curious CEO Nikki Barua speak with Synack Co-founder and CEO Jay Kaplan at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit in New York.
Washington and more than a half-dozen other states said Thursday that they plan to sue the Trump administration over a policy of separating immigrant families illegally entering the United States. (June 21)
Melania Trump is visiting a Texas facility housing some of the more 2,300 migrant children sent there by the U.S. government after their families entered the country illegally
Jun.21 -- AMC Networks President and Chief Executive Officer Josh Sapan speaks with Bloomberg's Emma Chandra at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit in New York.
Jun.21 -- Romit Shah, Nomura Instinet senior analyst, and Bloomberg's Ian King discuss the ouster of Brian Krzanich as chief executive officer of Intel Corp. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
From a long-awaited Pixar sequel to a Marvel blockbuster and smaller offerings you need to know about, The Hollywood Reporter’s film critics have compiled a list of the best movies at the midpoint of this year.
First lady Melania Trump wore a jacket that read "I really don't care, do u?" as she boarded a flight Thursday to a facility housing migrant children separated from their parents. (June 21)
Jun.21 -- Bloomberg's Alistair Barr explains why Google engineers refused to build a security tool to win military contracts. He speaks on "What'd You Miss?"