|Bid||97.51 x 100|
|Ask||98.71 x 200|
|Day's Range||97.55 - 98.49|
|52 Week Range||90.60 - 116.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.43|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.56 (1.58%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Oct.18 -- The movie business may be in a world of trouble, but at the premiere of Walt Disney Co.’s next big superhero film “Thor: Ragnarok,” Bob Iger sounded every bit as confident as the Viking space god himself. Bloomberg's Christopher Palmeri has more on "Bloomberg Technology."
Several talent agents have been spending the past several weeks telling their sports clients to stick to sports when it comes to their social media feeds. Hill’s tweet came after news reports that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones would not play athletes who knelt during the national anthem. “My advice to my clients who work for a content company is that social media is not the right area to voice opinions other than ones that you’re paid to give,” said Sandy Montag, president and CEO of The Montag Group, whose client list includes Bob Costas, James Brown, Mike Tirico and Scott Van Pelt.
Netflix is stingy with its viewing numbers, but television networks and production studios will be able to access that data anyway thanks to a new solution from Nielsen. The audience measuring company is now offering Nielsen Subscription Video On Demand Content Ratings, a syndicated solution that independently measures subscription-based streaming content, such as Netflix. Nielsen began measuring streaming content in 2014 via an op-in service.
Media stocks have been slipping all year, and Netflix's latest results point to a challenging future for Fox, Comcast, Disney and their peers.
Netflix Inc. shares set a fresh record in early trade Tuesday after stronger-than-expected third-quarter revenue growth, but one investor is not impressed.
Last year, Alphabet (GOOGL) was among several companies linked to a possible Twitter (TWTR) acquisition. Media giant The Walt Disney Company (DIS) was also believed to be interested in acquiring…
A look at some of the trailers that will likely debut along with 'Justice League' and 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'.
The movie business may be in a world of trouble, but at the premiere of Walt Disney Co.’s next big superhero film “Thor: Ragnarok,” Bob Iger sounded every bit as confident as the Viking space god himself....
Burbank, California.-based Walt Disney Co. (DIS) has operations around the country. It also owns ABC Television, ESPN Inc., Pixar, Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm Ltd. Here are recent stories on Disney reported by The Business Journals. Walt Disney World is preparing to welcome four-legged friends to its hotels.
Say hello to the era of internet entertainment. Everyone is cutting the cord, and they are all migrating to over-the-top streaming platforms. While there are risks related to the NFLX bear thesis (content spend just keeps going up, cash burn remains a problem, competition is coming in a big way soon, and the valuation remains rich), the core reason to own NFLX stock remains intact.
While Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) pulled off another impressive quarter, the performance was not enough to pop Netflix stock. The NFLX earnings report also provided for strong guidance. For the fourth quarter, the company expects revenues of $3.27 billion and earnings of 41 cents a share.
WSJ's Joanna Stern "bumps" into Jeffrey Katzenberg in the elevator at D.Live and asks about his favorite movies and his latest venture. Photo: Andria Chamberlin for The Wall Street Journal
On October 16, Disney opened at $97.38 per share. The fact is that cord-cutting has shaken the confidence of many investors in the stock and that overall growth continues to slow. DIS stock is due to report earnings for its 2017 fiscal year on November 9.
Netflix Inc. is planning for life in its post-Disney future, and it will involve more big bets on original films that will cost Netflix even more money.
Despite recent price hikes, the streaming giant expects to add over six million subscribers in Q4. It also set a more aggressive 2018 spending budget than anticipated.