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  • TheStreet.com12 minutes ago

    SiriusXM Makes $3.5 Billion All-Stock Play for Pandora Media

    Pandora shareholders will get 1.44 newly-issued SiriusXM shares for each Pandora stock, the companies said, a fixed exchange rate that factors in SiriusXM's existing 15% holding of convertible preferred shares. The combination will create world's largest audio entertainment company, the pair said, with 2018 pro-forma revenues of around $7 billion. Together with SiriusXM, we're even better positioned to take advantage of the huge opportunities we see in audio entertainment, including growing our advertising business and expanding our subscription offerings," said Pandora CEO Roger Lynch.

  • Why Amarin Corporation Stock Is Exploding Higher Today
    Motley Fool12 minutes ago

    Why Amarin Corporation Stock Is Exploding Higher Today

    Amarin's prescription fish oil pill proves the naysayers wrong in a big way.

  • TheStreet.com12 minutes ago

    Former GE Exec Beth Comstock Reveals This Dire Change Companies Need to Make

    Former General Electric Vice Chair and chief marketing officer Beth Comstock has a message for corporate America: fight for the future.

  • A Look at Take-Two Interactive’s Revenue and Earnings Growth
    Market Realist12 minutes ago

    A Look at Take-Two Interactive’s Revenue and Earnings Growth

    Among its peers, Electronic Arts (EA), Activision Blizzard (ATVI), and Zynga (ZNGA) expect to see their revenues rise 2.8%, 16.3%, and 20.0%, respectively, in the 2018 holiday season. The holiday season is a key revenue driver not just for consumer and electronic companies, but also for gaming companies.

  • Facebook Enters a 20-Year Clean Energy Deal
    Market Realist12 minutes ago

    Facebook Enters a 20-Year Clean Energy Deal

    Facebook (FB) recently secured a multiyear renewable energy supply deal in Singapore. The company has signed Sembcorp Industries to a 20-year clean energy supply contract to power its Singapore operations.

  • Analysts’ Ratings on Fiat Chrysler Remain Unchanged This Month
    Market Realist13 minutes ago

    Analysts’ Ratings on Fiat Chrysler Remain Unchanged This Month

    In the third quarter so far, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU) has fallen 2.9% as of September 20. In 2017, FCAU impressed investors by yielding the highest returns among auto stocks (FXD) at 96.4%. After gaining 15% in the first quarter, the stock turned negative in the second quarter this year and saw a 7.9% fall.

  • AutoZone’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Commercial Segment Performance
    Market Realist13 minutes ago

    AutoZone’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Commercial Segment Performance

    In the previous part of this series, we looked at how discontinuing the promotional discounts to AutoZone’s (AZO) online ship-to-home program affected its retail business in the fiscal fourth quarter. Now, let’s analyze the company’s recent performance in another key business segment: DIFM (Do It for Me), which is its commercial segment. In the fiscal fourth quarter, AutoZone opened 58 new commercial programs, much higher than the 38, 23, and 30 new programs opened in the fiscal third quarter, the fiscal second quarter, and the fiscal first quarter, respectively.

  • Sprint’s Stock Performance in 2018: The Ups and Downs
    Market Realist14 minutes ago

    Sprint’s Stock Performance in 2018: The Ups and Downs

    Sprint’s (S) closing price on September 18 was $6.42 per share. Based on that, it has a market capitalization of ~$26.1 billion, the lowest among all the major US wireless carriers. Its highest price in the last 52 weeks was $8.55, and its lowest price was $4.81.

  • Analysts Have Mixed Opinions about AT&T Stock
    Market Realist15 minutes ago

    Analysts Have Mixed Opinions about AT&T Stock

    On September 14, 31 analysts actively tracked AT&T (T) stock. Ten analysts rated AT&T stock as a “buy,” three rated the stock as a “sell,” and 18 rated the stock as a “hold.” 

  • The Wall Street Journal17 minutes ago

    [$$] Sirius XM Is Buying Pandora

    Subscription radio company Sirius XM is buying music-streaming firm Pandora in an all-stock deal the companies said they value at about $3.5 billion.

  • Reuters20 minutes ago

    SiriusXM to buy Pandora in $3.5 billion stock deal

    (Reuters) - Satellite radio company Sirius XM Holdings Inc (SIRI.O) said on Monday it would buy music-streaming service provider Pandora Media Inc (P.N) in an all-stock deal valued at about $3.5 billion ...

  • Sirius to Acquire Pandora in $3.5 Billion Online Radio Deal
    Bloomberg31 minutes ago

    Sirius to Acquire Pandora in $3.5 Billion Online Radio Deal

    Sirius XM Holdings Inc. said it will acquire Pandora Media Inc. in a $3.5 billion deal, helping the satellite-radio company expand into online music. Sirius already has a 15 percent stake in Oakland, California-based Pandora, the companies said in a statement Monday. The combination will help Sirius expand beyond an audience that largely listens to the satellite radio company’s programs while driving.

  • MarketWatch34 minutes ago

    Pandora's stock soars after SiriusXM buyout deal valued at $3.5 billion

    Shares of Pandora Media Inc. shot up 13% in premarket trade Mondayk after the streaming music service agreed to be acquired by SiriusXM Holdings Inc. in a stock deal valued at $3.5 billion. SiriusXM shares shed 1.4% before the open. Under terms of the deal, SiriusXM will exchange 1.44 of newly issued shares for each Pandora share outstanding. Based on Friday's closing prices, that values Pandora shares at $10.05 each, or a 10.6% premium, and implies a market capitalization for Pandora of $2.68 billion. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019. SiriusXM affirmed its 2018 guidance of self-pay net subscriber additions of 1.15 million and revenue of over $5.7 billion, and Pandora affirmed its third-quarter guidance for revenue of $390 million to $405 million. Pandora's stock had soared 89% year to date through Friday amid speculation of a deal, while SiriusXM shares had rallied 30% and the S&P 500 had gained 9.6%.

  • Reuters37 minutes ago

    SiriusXM to buy Pandora in $3.5 bln deal

    Sirius XM Holdings Inc said on Monday it will buy music streaming service Pandora Media Inc in an all-stock deal valued at about $3.5 billion. Pandora shareholders will receive a fixed-exchange ratio of ...

  • Reuters45 minutes ago

    Home modems, routers hit by U.S. China tariffs as 'smart' tech goods escape

    U.S. tariffs that hit some $200 billion worth of Chinese products on Monday spare many high-profile consumer technology items such as "smart" watches and speakers, but the less flashy home modems, routers and internet gateways that make them work weren't so lucky. Consumer tech industry officials and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency say they expect billions of dollars worth of these products, including those designed for home use, will be subject to the 10 percent tariffs activated on Monday. The move will effectively create a two-tiered tariff structure for consumer internet, with many products, such as Fitbit fitness trackers, Apple Inc's watch and Amazon.com Inc's Echo smart speaker being favored over routers and internet gateways from Arris International, Netgear, D-Link and others.

  • CNBC45 minutes ago

    Micron is having its worst month in over two years, and some see the pain intensifying

    A micron is one of the smallest measurements of length, equal to one-millionth of a meter. Micron shares fell nearly 3 percent on Friday, slightly off its session lows, after the company reported weak guidance and warned about tariffs' impact on its earnings. "It's really difficult to know when this end-game for tariffs is going to materialize, and so looking at the stock, just looks like a lot of uncertainty.

  • Moody's59 minutes ago

    AI Alpine AT BidCo GmbH -- Moody's assigns (P)B3 CFR to AI Alpine, outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") today assigned a first time (P)B3 Corporate Family Rating (CFR) to Austria-based distributed power technology company AI Alpine AT BidCo GmbH ("AI Alpine"). Concurrently, Moody's assigned a (P)B2 rating to the company's proposed $1,485 million senior first lien term loan B and to the $225 million revolving credit facility. The credit facilities will be used to finance the acquisition of General Electric's distributed power business known under the brands of Jenbacher and Waukesha by funds advised by Advent International Corporation.

  • Investopedia1 hour ago

    Apple Seeks Content Without Excessive Sex, Violence or Profanity: Report

    Apple Inc. ( AAPL) has informed Hollywood that it has no intention of commissioning original shows that could taint its image, according to the The Wall Street Journal. Apple’s rejection of “Vital Signs,” which contains scenes of drug use, an extended orgy in a mansion and drawn guns, is said to reflect its ambition to produce high-quality shows with stars and broad appeal that don’t contain gratuitous sex, profanity or violence. Apple’s conservative approach has reportedly led several TV shows on its books to be shelved or delayed.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Oil at four-year high after OPEC rebuffs Trump

    Oil prices jumped more than 2 percent to a four-year high on Monday after OPEC declined to announce an immediate increase in production despite calls by U.S. President Donald Trump for action to raise global supply. "This is the oil market's response to the OPEC+ group's refusal to step up its oil production," said Carsten Fritsch, commodities analyst at Commerzbank in Frankfurt. OPEC leader Saudi Arabia and its biggest oil-producer ally outside the group, Russia, on Sunday ruled out any immediate extra increase in output, effectively rebuffing a call by Trump for action to cool the market.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Big Tech is in the crosshairs of regulation

    The federal government should take a look at the business practices of the Big Tech companies, but it should be careful not to squelch free speech, writes Peter Morici.

  • CNBC2 hours ago

    JP Morgan plans 50 new branches in the Philadelphia area

    J.P. Morgan is opening 50 new branches in Philadelphia, Delaware and southern New Jersey over the next five years, the bank said in a release. This is part of a plan disclosed in January to open 400 branches across the country. The bank said it will hire up to 300 employees for the Philadelphia-area branches.

  • Viewpoint: Here's how to make our region economically inclusive
    American City Business Journals3 hours ago

    Viewpoint: Here's how to make our region economically inclusive

    For Greater Washington to grow and thrive for decades to come, it’s incumbent upon business to use our full range of capabilities and create the foundation for long-term, inclusive and sustainable growth.

  • Facebook worked on unreleased phone, former executive says
    The Telegraph3 hours ago

    Facebook worked on unreleased phone, former executive says

    Facebook worked on unreleased phone, former executive says

  • Gold Prices Inches Up, Dollar Also Gains on Trade Worries
    Investing.com3 hours ago

    Gold Prices Inches Up, Dollar Also Gains on Trade Worries

    Investing.com - Gold prices inched up while the dollar also gained on Monday as China cancelled its planned trade talks with the U.S.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Home modems, routers hit by U.S. China tariffs as 'smart' tech goods escape

    U.S. tariffs that hit some $200 billion worth of Chinese products on Monday spare many high-profile consumer technology items such as "smart" watches and speakers, but the less flashy home modems, routers and internet gateways that make them work weren't so lucky. Consumer tech industry officials and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency say they expect billions of dollars worth of these products, including those designed for home use, will be subject to the 10 percent tariffs activated on Monday. The move will effectively create a two-tiered tariff structure for consumer internet, with many products, such as Fitbit fitness trackers, Apple Inc's watch and Amazon.com Inc's Echo smart speaker being favored over routers and internet gateways from Arris International, Netgear, D-Link and others.