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AMC Entertainment on Thursday announced it had reached a $1.1 billion cash-and-debt deal to buy Carmike Cinemas, the country's biggest movie theater operator.
U.S. stocks opened mixed after February’s jobs report came in much better than expected.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Tuesday as oil prices rebounded after starting the week lower.
Jim Cramer said he’s nervous about UPS (UPS) on word of that Amazon (AMZN) is to seeking to lessen its reliance on the company.
The Commerce Department says productivity rose 1.6% when a negative number was expected.
Ticket sellers were feeling the force of the nation's 'Star Wars' fans after Disney (DIS) debuted the latest 'Star Wars' trailer on ESPN Monday night.
Netflix (NFLX) proved this weekend that it is taking a different approach to movie making.
Asian markets closed down after China's central bank said foreign-currency reserves fell by a record $93.9 billion in August.
From back-to-school retailers to theater operators, the coming weeks will be telling for their stocks.
Overall, slightly more than half the charts scored a 'B' or better.
AMC Entertainment's relative strength is solid, and turnover has been positive.
Whether you prefer watching TV or heading to the movie theater, both names are setting up for a buy.
The Justice Department's Anti Trust Division is investigating Regal Entertainment Group (RGC) and AMC Entertaiment Holding (AMC).
Hollywood's increasing reliance on expensive "tentpole" movies and the rise of high quality cable TV shows are jeopardizing the movie business.
As the company re-enters the public market, it doesn't give investors much to like.
AMC Entertainment Holdings shares are trading higher after pricing its IPO at $18 at the New York Stock Exchange.
AMC Entertainment will begin trading Wednesday, General Mills and FedEx report earnings and Jim Cramer tries on Nike. Plus, we wait out the Fed taper call. Jonathan Marino at the Nasdaq Market Site.