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John Malone, the cable-television magnate, will retire from the board of Hollywood movie and TV studio Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., the company said in a regulatory filing Monday.
Liberty Global plc today announced plans to release its second quarter 2018 results on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 after Nasdaq market close.
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators approved on Monday Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) 1.9-billion-euro (1.7 billion pounds) purchase of cable provider Liberty Global's (LBTYA.O) Austrian unit, ...
EU antitrust regulators approved on Monday Deutsche Telekom's 1.9-billion-euro purchase of cable provider Liberty Global's Austrian unit, saying the deal would not hurt competition. The European Commission ...
Enrique Rodriguez, who has served as chief executive of TiVo for less than a year, is leaving the company to join Liberty Global as technology chief.
Liberty Global plc (“Liberty Global”) (NASDAQ: LBTYA, LBTYB and LBTYK), the world’s largest international TV and broadband company, announced today that Enrique Rodriguez will join the company as Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer (CTO), starting in late July. Mr. Rodriguez was formerly Chief Executive Officer of TiVo.
Embraer EMBR-BR – Embraer and Boeing BA have announced a new joint venture which will create a separate company focusing on commercial aviation. Boeing will own 80 percent of the new company, Embraer 20 percent, with the venture having a total value of $4.
FRANKFURT/LONDON, July 4 (Reuters) - Several bidders, including Liberty Global, are preparing offers for TV production company Endemol Shine, maker of classic reality show 'Big Brother' and the dystopian 'Black Mirror' dramas, before an initial deadline next week. ITV, RTL Group's FremantleMedia and Lions Gate Entertainment are also eyeing Netherlands-based Endemol, sources close to the matter said, in a deal that comes as the rise of streaming giants Netflix and Amazon Prime has thrown the industry into turmoil.
FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - Several bidders, including Liberty Global (LBTYA.O), are preparing offers for TV production company Endemol Shine, maker of classic reality show 'Big Brother' and the dystopian 'Black Mirror' dramas, before an initial deadline next week. ITV (ITV.L), RTL Group's (RRTL.DE) FremantleMedia and Lions Gate Entertainment (LGFa.N) are also eyeing Netherlands-based Endemol, sources close to the matter said, in a deal that comes as the rise of streaming giants Netflix (NFLX.O) and Amazon Prime (AMZN.O) has thrown the industry into turmoil. A source close to one potential buyer said Endemol's catalogue was heavy with ageing formats, making it potentially less attractive than buying small production outfits and working directly with top creative talent.
Liberty Global (LBTYA.O) said Lutz Schüler, chief executive of its German operation Unitymedia, would become chief operating officer of its British brand Virgin Media in September. Schüler said he will work alongside Virgin Media Chief Executive Tom Mockridge in his new role, which had been filled on an interim basis by Jeff Dodds and Neil Bartholomew since March.
Liberty Global said Lutz Schüler, chief executive of its German operation Unitymedia, would become chief operating officer of its British brand Virgin Media in September. Schüler said he will work alongside Virgin Media Chief Executive Tom Mockridge in his new role, which had been filled on an interim basis by Jeff Dodds and Neil Bartholomew since March.
Liberty Global plc (“Liberty Global”) (NASDAQ: LBTYA, LBTYB and LBTYK) announced today that effective September 10, 2018, Lutz Schüler will become Chief Operating Officer of Virgin Media, reporting to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tom Mockridge. Mr. Schüler is currently the CEO of Unitymedia, a Liberty Global subsidiary in Germany, and will be replaced by current Chief Financial Officer Winfried “Winni” Rapp.
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BT Group BT is the incumbent telecom operator in the United Kingdom. In 2016, it bought EE, the country's largest wireless telecom operator, creating the only company that owns fixed-line as well as wireless telephone networks in the U.K. The U.K. has been slow to move to converged services, but we believe this acquisition will lead BT to push convergence similar to leading operators in several other European countries. BT's scale as the U.K.'s largest fixed-line, broadband, and wireless telecom operator provides the company with a narrow economic moat due to cost advantages.
Renowned investor Warren Buffett does not suffer fools gladly, and has a short list of other money managers whom he admires greatly. One of these is longtime right-hand man Charlie Munger at Berkshire Hathaway.
is the world's largest international TV and broadband company, with operations in 11 European countries under the consumer brands Virgin Media, Unitymedia, Telenet and UPC. Liberty also serves 7 million mobile subscribers and offers Wi-Fi service through 12 million access points across its footprint. In addition, Liberty Global owns 50% of VodafoneZiggo, a joint venture in the Netherlands with 4 million customers subscribing to 10 million fixed-line and 5 million mobile services, as well as significant investments in ITV, All3Media, ITI Neovision, Casa Systems, Lionsgate, the Formula E racing series and several regional sports networks.
Virgin Media Receivables Financing Notes II Designated Activity Company (the “Issuer”) announced today that it successfully completed a private placement of £50 million in aggregate principal amount of its 5¾% Receivables Financing Notes due 2023 (the “Additional Notes”). The Additional Notes were issued and sold as an additional issue of the Issuer’s outstanding 5¾% Receivables Financing Notes due 2023, originally issued on 4 April 2018 (the “Existing Notes”) in an aggregate principal amount of £300 million. The Issuer will use the proceeds of the Additional Notes, together with the proceeds from the Existing Notes to (i) purchase eligible accounts receivable of Virgin Media Investment Holdings Limited (“VMIH”), a subsidiary of Virgin Media Inc. (“Virgin Media”) and certain of its subsidiaries and (ii) make revolving loans to VMIH.
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Liberty Global (LBTYA) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Liberty Global (LBTYA) Chief Executive and Vice Chairman Mike Fries bought $2.9 million in shares of the TV and broadband company. Fries disclosed in a regulatory filing that he bought 100,000 class A shares of Liberty Global for an average of $28.91 each for his personal account. The purchase is the CEO's first since Liberty Global’s operations in Latin America and the Caribbean spun off in December as Liberty Latin America (LILA).
The European Commission on Wednesday said it had cleared the purchase of Dutch cable operator Ziggo by Liberty Global (LBTYA.O) subject to conditions. The merger was first approved in 2014 but then annulled by the General Court of the European Union, leading to a reassessment of the deal. The Commission, which acts as the competition watchdog in the European Union, said Liberty Global had offered to scrap clauses that restrict broadcasters' ability to offer their channels and content over the internet, maintain access to its network and not repurchase pay TV operator Film1.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries to get his take on the Time Warner-AT&T merger appeal and the SKY bidding war.
Let's check out the Yahoo Finance charts of the day. Netflix (NFLX): Shares are up in early trade, at around 1.6%. The streaming service premiered its first original series in India. Netflix is in a battle with Amazon.com for more than one billion potential viewers Liberty Global (LBTYA): Shares up here, at around .7%. According to a Reuters report, Liberty is among several bidders for TV production company Endemol Shine. Goldman Sachs (GS): Shares up here, at around .23%. The UK Supreme Court rejected Goldman's appeal seeking compensation for a $835 million loan to a Portugal's Novo Banco's bankrupt predecessor. For more on today's big stock movers check out the Final Round, live at 3:55 p.m. ET, right here on Yahoo Finance.