|Bid||101.08 x 300|
|Ask||101.10 x 100|
|Day's range||100.22 - 101.58|
|52-week range||96.20 - 116.10|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.39|
|Earnings date||8 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.68 (1.67%)|
|1y target est||119.95|
Monday, April 16: Starbucks CEO apologizes, WPP CEO Martin Sorrell resigns, AT&T and Time Warner CEOs testify. Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts breaks it all down.
Sky Plc reported another set of strong quarterly results, a boon to shareholders anticipating a bidding war between 21st Century Fox Inc. and Comcast Corp. for the U.K. pay-TV broadcaster.
, which owns NBC Universal, did not offer to pay a break fee in the event that its proposed deal collapsed, according to a regulatory filing. The Disney deal gives the Fox assets — which include its cable networks, movie studio and international businesses such as its stake in Sky — an enterprise value of $66bn. The Fox filing reveals that “party B” — widely known to be Comcast — “was unwilling to agree to an acceptable allocation of regulatory risk” associated with the purchase of the Fox assets.
Comcast Corp. offered 21st Century Fox Inc. at least 16 percent more for a chunk of its assets than Walt Disney Co., though regulatory concerns ultimately led controlling stockholder Rupert Murdoch to accept the lower bid. In a joint filing Wednesday with Disney in connection with their $52.4 billion deal, Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox described monthslong talks with a media group described as Party B but widely known to be Comcast. The filing said Party B offered Murdoch $34.41 a share for much of its entertainment portfolio.
On a day the major benchmarks advanced, Netflix energized the tech sector with a strong earnings report and Roku jumped after announcing a new service.
Shares of Roku Inc. are up 8.1% in premarket trading after the company announced on Monday afternoon that it was making Walt Disney Co.'s new ESPN+ streaming service available on its devices. Roku also ...
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Earnings season is rolling ahead, stock markets appear to have their mojo back, and yet there are some drastic changes. on Tuesday “beat” expectations, and was greeted by a falling share prices as the market rose. The same could be said of the other big banks that preceded it this earnings season, including JPMorgan and Citi.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings addressed data privacy concerns raised over the last month regarding the tech industry.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Full-Court Finance podcast from Zacks Investment Research. On this week's episode, we break down Disney's (DIS) brand new ESPN+ streaming service, which might fail to impress investors at a time when the sports broadcasting giant really needs a boost.
Hulu and Spotify (SPOT) are furthering their partnership. Last year, the two streaming companies joined hands to offer students their streaming services bundled at a discounted price. The discounted service includes Hulu’s limited commercial plan, which would otherwise cost $7.99 per month, along with Spotify’s premium $9.99-per-month service.
Disney’s (DIS) ESPN is launching a new direct-to-customer streaming service, ESPN+, at $4.99 per month, or $49.99 per year. However, the streaming service does not offer the same live events as ESPN.
Roku got a leg-up in extended trading on Monday after Steve Cohen’s Point72 revealed a stake in the company and it announced a new sports-content partnership with Walt Disney’s ESPN. Shares of Roku, which ...
Saudi Arabia is opening its doors to a host of U.S. businesses for the first time, and some of the most wanted companies may surprise you.
Walt Disney Co. introduced its new ESPN+ subscription sports streaming service Thursday, and the reviews so far have focused on the technology and the programming choices.