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|Day's Range||87.81 - 89.11|
|52 Week Range||85.88 - 103.90|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.46|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.61 (1.63%)|
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Barton Crockett, B. Riley FBR, and Jonathan Chaplin, New Street Research, discuss the latest potential media merger deals and what it could mean for the media sector.
Discussing the antitrust concerns around the current possible media deals like Comcast linking up with Twentieth-Century Fox, with Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson founder, and Laura Martin, Needham & Co. analyst.
And ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ improbably passes ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ to seize the #1 ranking as the territory’s highest-grossing Hollywood film this year.
Weak reviews and a so-so Thursday night box office haul could make it hard for "Justice League" to hit the $1 billion mark.
Comcast faces a tough regulatory climate if it acquires a sizable part of 21st Century Fox Entertainment, an analyst says.
Hulu has filled an empty director seat with its board’s only woman. Dana Walden, chairman and CEO of Fox Television Group, has joined the streaming service’s board. The move follows the departure of CEO ...
Two former Time Warner executives are forming a new venture capital firm. Dick Parsons, the former CEO of Time Warner, and former Time Warner Investments executive Rachel Lam have formed Imagination Capital. According to Axios , the firm will be focused on investments in a couple dozen companies across the digital media space, specifically e-sports and big data.
The Murdochs have spoken to Comcast and Disney about selling Twenty-First Century Fox's TV and film studios and international businesses.
To finance the $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, AT&T has already sold $30 billion. If a lawsuit lasted a year, Moody's suggests that the interest on that debt could run $1.5 billion.
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman - Oh My! DC Entertainment wants to capitalize on earlier superhero smashes this weekend as 'Justice League' hits theaters.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc shares were up 3 percent in trading on Friday after sources said both Comcast Corp and Verizon Communications Inc were interested in buying parts of its studio and TV operations. Buyers have expressed interest in Fox's production studios, cable networks FX and National Geographic, and international assets such as the Star network in India and Sky Plc, sources told Reuters on Thursday. "Either Disney or Comcast would be a good fit, but its always about price and neither has to be a strategic buyer, only opportunistic," said JBL Advisors analyst Jeffrey Logsdon.