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Earnings beats are plentiful, but guidance is less than stellar.
This coming technological advance in financial services marks a paradigm shift.
AT&T is reportedly in advanced talks to acquire DirectTV. The combined company would rival the size of Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable.
With consolidation increasing within the supermarket space, RealMoney Pro's Chris Versace says it's important to focus on areas in which grocery chains are expanding.
Here's why Comcast and Time Warner Cable are keen to pair up.
The battle plays out every day, and it's what has been producing these selloff, shake-off rallies.
U.S. markets turned positive mid-morning after Cisco and Whole Foods disappointed investors.
Comcast is trading lower because it has one, and PepsiCo is down because it doesn't.
Cramer says the Comcast-Time Warner deal is a chance for Comcast to stem Time Warner's underperformance.
M&A activity heats up with Comcast's announcement that it will acquire Time Warner Cable.
Facebook beats revenue and profit forecasts, marking another impressive quarter for Mark Zuckerberg. Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq.
While TV everywhere is disrupting viewing habits the real concern for pay TV providers is how to monetize digital platforms.
Macquarie Securities' Amy Yong says cable deal chatter picked up in 2013, and 2014 will likely see a deal between Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications to become the second largest cable company in the U.S. behind Comcast. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez has details on the 2014 outlook for the cable sector.