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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Video streaming options increasingly resemble the bloated cable industry they sought to replace, as companies launch ad-supported tiers and bundle services
Blake Brittain / Reuters:
The US government backs Lynn Goldsmith's legal claim that Andy Warhol infringed her copyright on a photo of Prince; the Supreme Court hears the case in October
Alex Sherman / CNBC:
Mark Hoffman, CNBC's president since 2005 and chairman since 2015, will step down on September 12; KC Sullivan will return to CNBC to replace him as president
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