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|Day's Range||95.95 - 97.08|
|52 Week Range||85.88 - 103.90|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.51|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.61 (1.66%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Mar.16 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Jennifer Rie discusses the legal hurdles AT&T will need to clear to merge with Time Warner on today's Deals Report. She speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets."
Barring a settlement, the DoJ suit to quash the merger of AT&T and Time Warner promises three weeks of high-stakes, high-profile litigation.
AT&T is looking to buy Time Warner, a deal first announced in October 2016. How have the stock prices of both companies performed since then?
When AT&T agreed to buy Time Warner in October of 2016, many investors viewed it as a done deal. Time Warner (TWX) shares soared to nearly match AT&T’s offer price of $107.50 a share in cash and stock—no matter that both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had expressed reservations about the merger in the final days of the presidential election. Many investors dismissed their talk as bluster.
NEW YORK (AP) — On Monday, AT&T squares off against the federal government in a trial that could shape how you get — and how much you pay for — streaming TV and movies.
Television and movie producer Gavine Polone is suing Warner Bros., Time Warner and CW Network, to seek his share of the profits from the “Gilmore Girls” series and its Netflix revival. Polone filed a civil lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday accusing several Warner Bros. units, including Warner Bros Television Production and WB Studio Enterprises, and parent Time Warner (TWX) of breach of contract, fraud and unfair business practices to deprive Polone and his company, Hofflund/Polone, of their cut of the show’s profits, reported Deadline.com .
Bloomberg Intelligence's Jennifer Rie discusses the legal hurdles AT&T will need to clear to merge with Time Warner on today's Deals Report. She speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg ...
Loop Capital initiated coverage of seven names within the media and entertainment space this week. The Analyst Loop Capital Markets' Alan Gould initiated coverage of the following companies: News Corp ...
Investors need to pay close attention to Time Warner (TWX) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.
Next week, a federal judge will begin trying an antitrust case that has broad ramifications for media, technology and other industries, and could affect the government’s powers to deter large-scale corporate ...
DuVernay gets a quick shot at a big-scale comeback, while DC Films gets prestige and credit for an outside-the-box pick.
The Justice Department’s court fight to stop AT&T Inc. from acquiring Time Warner Inc. could last as long as eight weeks, the judge hearing the case said, twice as long as the initial estimate.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon said on Thursday a trial to decide if AT&T's $85 billion (£60.9 billion) acquisition of Time Warner Inc is legal under U.S. antitrust law may last six to eight weeks, significantly longer than previously forecast. At a pre-trial hearing, Leon said he will hear up to two days of motions before hearing opening arguments on Wednesday.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon said on Thursday a trial to decide if AT&T's (T.N) $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc (TWX.N) is legal under U.S. antitrust law may last six to eight weeks, significantly longer than previously forecast. At a pre-trial hearing, Leon said he will hear up to two days of motions before hearing opening arguments on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Opening arguments in a trial to decide if AT&T's (T.N) plan to buy Time Warner (TWX.N) is legal under U.S. antitrust law will begin on Wednesday following two days to hear pre-trial ...
AT&T will have to wait a bit longer to face off against the U.S. Department of Justice in court. The trial to determine whether the deal between the Dallas telecom giant and media conglomerate Time Warner Inc. (TWX) is legal under antitrust law will be delayed. The DOJ's Antitrust Division has pushed for the sale of either Time Warner’s Turner Broadcasting division as a way to get the deal approved by regulators.
Walt Disney (DIS) shareholders rejected an executive compensation proposal during the company’s annual shareholder meeting on March 8, which was a rare split between investors and Disney leadership. About 52% of the votes cast during the meeting disagreed with Disney on new pay packages for its chief executive officer Robert Iger. In December, Disney struck a deal to buy most of Twenty-First Century Fox’s (FOX) (FOXA) assets for $52.4 billion.