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For the week of May 4, we await results from Comcast (CMCSA), EOG Resources (EOG), Walt Disney (DIS), 21st Century Fox (FOXA), Tesla (TSLA), Alibaba (BABA), WhiteWave (WWAV) and more.
Traders look to one of the busiest weeks of the year as the earnings cycle moves full steam ahead.
A mini Black Swan then ... and possibly now. Has the M&A bubble just burst with the withdrawal of 21st Century Fox's (FOX, FOXA) bid for Time Warner (TWX)? Does the broken proposal have adverse consequences for the broader market? These questions wi...
Fox lets go of Time Warner. "One more thing." --Lt. Columbo 21st Century Fox (FOX, FOXA) has withdrawn its bid for Time Warner (TWX). It will buy back its stock instead.
The Malaysia Airlines crisis is escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine, and continued conflict in Israel and Gaza will dominate headlines in the Week Ahead.
U.S. stocks start Wednesday's trading day higher on talk about a bidder for Time Warner and quarterly results from Intel which topped forecasts.
Chairman & CEO of the Special Olympics, TJ Nelligan says this year's games will break records in terms of corporate sponsorship and volunteer participation.
Fox Searchlight took Best Picture for its harrowing "12 Years a Slave", while Time Warner's Warner Bros. was the winner by quantity, receiving 7 gongs for "Gravity."
Moody's Carl Salas doesn't expect local broadcasters to bring in more than $2.6 billion in election ad revenue in 2014, less than during the 2012 election.
For film executives, Sundance generates an excitement all its own, and with it, the lure of buying a movie that appears to be a breakout hit. Every distributor wants to find the next "Little Miss Sunshine," though too often all they get is "mountain fever."
Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia has a date with the Supreme Court but that didn't keep him away from courting independent filmmakers at the Sundance Film Festival.
Twenty-First Century Fox is long-term oversold, could be due a rally
Aereo's Chet Kanojia says the CBS-Time Warner Cable dispute proves the need for consumer choice, and litigation be damned, his online service is eager to provide it.