Disney may be eyeing MLBAM technology unit; GoPro shares jump after Apple vet climbs aboard

More online video news from across the web:

> Disney may be in "advanced talks" with MLBAM to purchase its BAM Tech unit. Re/code article

> IBM saw a 21 percent decline in net profit from continuing operations in the first quarter, but its cloud and data analysis efforts hold a lot of promise. NYT article

> Profiting from online video still takes quite a bit of creative thinking. Journalism.co.uk article

> Shares of GoPro jumped after the device maker announced it was bringing aboard Apple veteran Danny Coster as vice president of design. Bloomberg article

> Yahoo has millions of users. So why is it failing? Washington Post article

And finally … With many investors selling their shares and expressing frustration or panic over Netflix's tepid results, now may be a great time to bulk up on the stock. CNBC article

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