|Bid||191.80 x 200|
|Ask||191.91 x 100|
|Day's Range||187.20 - 192.64|
|52 Week Range||122.87 - 204.38|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||191.14|
|Earnings Date||Jan 16, 2018 - Jan 22, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||215.03|
The Federal Communications Commission will vote on rolling back Net Neutrality this morning. The Obama-era regulation, which requires service providers to treat all internet traffic equally, is expected to be repealed. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer break down the implications.
The Netflix executive who reportedly told one of Danny Masterson’s alleged rape victims that the company doesn’t believe them is no longer employed there.
AT&T’s (T) DIRECTV Now over-the-top (or OTT) is an online video streaming service that delivers content directly to users over the Internet as a substitute for a satellite or cable connection.
The Latest on Disney's deal for large part of Fox (all times local) 7:10 a.m. Rupert Murdoch says selling much of the 21st Century Fox entertainment businesses to Disney allows what remains of his family's ...
Walt Disney Co has struck a deal to buy film, television and international businesses from Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox Inc, seeking even greater scale as it battles digital rivals Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc. - Under the deal, Disney is acquiring Fox's FX and National Geographic cable channels, its movie studio, India's main network Star and a stake in European pay-TV provider Sky Plc. - Taken together, Fox and Disney generated a total of $16.3 billion in advertising revenue in the 2017 financial year.
- Under the deal, Disney is acquiring Fox's FX and National Geographic cable channels, its movie studio, India's main network Star and a stake in European pay-TV provider Sky Plc. - Taken together, Fox and Disney generated a total of $16.3 billion in advertising revenue in the 2017 financial year.
As expected, Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) has signed an agreement in principle to buy the entertainment assets of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOX, NASDAQ:FOXA). The deal would take between 12-18 months to close, the two companies admitted, and Disney CEO Bob Iger agreed to extend his employment contract to 2021 to complete the integration. There is a $2.5 billion break-up fee that Fox would collect if the deal is blocked.
Disney wants to go to market with a family-friendly service, a sports streaming platform and a more adult-oriented Hulu.
The bear thesis on video gamer retailer GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) is pretty well-known. GME stock is headed the way of Blockbuster Inc. Both companies dominated their respective industries when content distribution was done primarily through retail stores. Thus, just as Blockbuster was squeezed out by Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) and other over-the-top entertainment options, GameStop, too, will be squeezed out of an industry it once dominated.
It’s official, Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) is buying the entertainment assets of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOXA, NASDAQ:FOX) in a deal valued at $52.4 billion. As Disney buys Fox, it will give FOX stock holders 0.2745 shares for every share, valuing FOX stock at $29.54. Disney CEO, Bob Iger, will remain captain of the ship through 2021.
Cinema subscription service MoviePass and streaming service Fandor are teaming up with Costco Wholesale Corp. to offer its members a special one-year plan priced at $89.99 that will give subscribers access ...
Disney made it official today: the House of Mouse is buying major portions of 21st Century Fox in an all-stock deal valued at around $66 billion.
The FCC on Thursday will likely approve a plan to remove "net neutrality" regulations, giving more power to internet service providers.
Disney’s $52.4 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox includes a never-ending list of A-list media properties, including The Simpsons, Avatar, and the X-Men. But the most important name in the deal is nowhere to be found in the press release. Netflix, which started out as a repository for other companies’s content, now has more than…
Dec.14 -- Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive officer at Disney, discusses the details of Disney's $52.4 billion acquisition of assets from 21st Century Fox, the potential role of James Murdoch, and the future of Sky Plc and streaming media. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."