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Geopolitical uncertainty reigned for a third day.
Sears is on a collision course to an end.
Stocks hold lower through the morning session as a disappointing quarter from Macy's sparks a selloff in the retail sector.
Disney might have some competition when it comes to summer blockbusters.
Fox News President Bill Shine parts ways with the company amid sexual and racial harrqssment scandal.
Apple and Facebook lead the Nasdaq to more records to begin the new month as investors grow bullish ahead of their earnings reports later this week.
21st Century Fox is teaming with Blackstone Group to take on Sinclair in a bid for Tribune.
Twenty-First Century Fox head Rupert Murdoch is looking to replace troubled Fox News head Bill Shine.
Stocks end at session lows as an earnings disappointment from IBM weighs on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a crude selloff pressures the energy sector.
Fox has dismissed Bill O'Reilly amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
Research firm Credit Suisse has put together a list of 140 "top ideas" covered by their analysts.
Hollywood's lack of originality shines through with 15 remakes and sequels this year.
Stocks hold onto gains Tuesday as oil prices fall and energy shares slide. The Nasdaq had a record close.
After 12 years at Fox News, anchor Megyn Kelly is leaving for NBC News where she will host a daytime show and anchor a Sunday evening news magazine.
As the pay-TV landscape continues to evolve in an over-the-top world, analysts single out their top media stock picks for the new year.
In 2016, some whistleblowers stepped in when many others chose to do nothing.
Wall Street rebounded from a selloff a day earlier as markets adjusted to forecasts for a quickened pace of rate hikes next year.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average roared to new records and ended with weekly gains for the fifth time in a row.
With TV networks controlling the rights to the best sports content, Amazon's rumored sports package might not be too disruptive. But it could give Prime members another reason to renew.
Stocks moved lower as an earnings-driven selloff in Facebook and Fitbit shares dragged on the Nasdaq.
Jim Cramer says he'll be watching for quarterly results from Time Warner and 21st Century Fox on Wednesday.
DirecTV Now is priced at $35 in an attempt to appease regulators and cord-cutters alike.
Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner's top-notch CEO, has had to wait years for investors to see the tremendous value of his work.