MoviePass' parent company has been kicked off the Nasdaq, but claims it 'has no effect on the day-to-day business'

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MoviePass' parent company has been kicked off the Nasdaq, but claims it 'has no effect on the day-to-day business'
 
Helios and Matheson Analytics, the parent company of MoviePass, has been kicked off the Nasdaq after trading below $1 since last summer.
 
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A heartbreaking tribute is hidden within the massive new game 'Apex Legends'
 
"Apex Legends" lead level designer Jason McCord hid a shrine to his pooch Shadie in the massive "Kings Canyon" map.
 
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A 13-year-old girl reportedly makes over $1,000 a day creating ASMR videos as YouTube works to keep its child stars safe
 
Children are taking part in the ASMR trend, and getting paid for it. YouTube videos of kids chewing and whispering into mics gain millions of views.
 
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An AT&T exec explained why 'Friends' will likely be pulled from Netflix after this year
 
The head of content for AT&T's upcoming streaming service signaled that "Friends" could soon leave Netflix.
 
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One chart perfectly demonstrates the meteoric rise of 'Apex Legends,' the huge new Battle Royale game from EA that's already got over 25 million players
 
In just one week, "Apex Legends" already has over 25 million players — it took over a month for "Fortnite" to reach the same number.
 
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A gamer who made and sold cheat software for 'Grand Theft Auto V' now owes the game's creators $150,000 for copyright infringement
 
The Elusive cheat software gave "Grand Theft Auto" players unlimited in-game cash — but now the creator will have to pay up.
 
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A new documentary tells the history of the real Green Book, but the director doesn't support the Oscar-nominated movie
 
Director Yoruba Richen talked to Business Insider about the Smithsonian Channel's upcoming documentary about the real Negro Motorist Green Book.
 
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Unity Technologies, the gaming startup worth more than $3 billion, is reportedly planning to go public in 2020
 
A new report suggests that Unity Technologies is planning to go public in the first half of 2020 if the market is stable.
 
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Hulu and YouTube are on track to win the battle for streaming live TV, and it's terrible news for AT&T
 
More TV viewers are leaving internet-based TV services like Sling TV for newer options like Hulu with Live TV.
 
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'First, best, and must': PlayStation boss Shawn Layden shares the secret recipe behind Sony’s global gaming empire
 
"At its heart, game production is a creative activity. And as a creative activity, it really comes down to the people behind the project."
 
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