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In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday April 28, investors will get quarterly results from Ford, Dow Chemical and Amazon.
Wall Street started out the week in the red, holding onto modest losses through to the end of the session.
As Liberty Interactive prepares for a spinoff of its stake in Expedia, CEO John Malone may be looking ahead to other deals.
Given that our indicators are all in a bullish alignment, Charter Communications is ready to go higher.
Time Warner and its HBO network have met with federal regulators to raise concerns about Charter Communications Inc.'s deal to combine with Time Warner Cable.
Watch for a close below $169, as this is likely to get traders to turn bearish.
2015 is officially the biggest year ever for mergers and acquisitions.
Consumers want access to content and telecom services anytime, anywhere, and from any device.
Any break over $195 is setting up a target of $212.50.
There's good news for Netflix (NFLX), Apple (AAPL) and maybe Amazon (AMZN), but not for most cable companies. Strategy Analytics recently reported that the top 20 U.S. cable providers collectively lost 479,000 subscribers in the second quarter, whic...
Mergers and acquisitions in the media space saw explosive growth during the second quarter, according to a new report from PwC released Wednesday.
SEC filings show Warren Buffett and other key players are cautious.
For Tuesday August 4, TheStreet highlights major earnings reports and the key economic data to watch on Wall Street.
Shares of Cablevision Systems (CVC) ended Friday's trading day to the upside by 7.3 percent. The stock is TheStreet's Move of the Day.
The two were akin to the stragglers in a game of musical chairs.
Charter Communications (CHTR) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) will have to prove to regulators that a combination between the two will bring tangible benefits to consumers.
In Wednesday's Analysts' Actions, we highlight a couple of negative notes on Workday (WDAY) and Yahoo! (YHOO) as well as an upgrade for Time Warner Cable (TWC).
Shares of Time Warner Cable (TWC) soared over 7 percent on Tuesday, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
At least Time Warner Cable had a good day.
Time Warner Cable (TWC) topped the S&P 500 after Charter Communications (CHTR) agreed to acquire its larger rival for around $55 billion.
The market has been acting differently for a while and we can't take for granted that selling pressure will end quickly.
Charter Communications (CHTR) agreed to buy Time Warner Cable (TWC) for more than $55 billion in cash and stock, a deal that's valued at $78.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Durable Goods orders fell a half percent in April matching estimates.
Some retail data show that the economy may have bounced.