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It will take a change at the top for the market to realize VIAB's value.
The summer box office season is just about to heat up, or maybe not.
Markets are pricing in a slightly postive open as investors await further indication of the Fed's next move.
RBC says take your profits and stay away from the media giant until the management battle turns around.
Investors may view replacing CEO as a positive.
Legal woes continue for Redstone meanwhile Bank of America not on the hook for Countrywide's role in the financial crisis.
Cramer comments on the ongoing battle to control Viacom between CEO Philippe Dauman and Sumner Redstone's daughter.
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Earlier gains on the Nasdaq on Thursday were wiped out in the final hour of trading after Apple shares sold off for their second day in a row.
Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday after an avalanche of earnings reports from industry titans ranging from GM to American Express.
Wall Street was pulled in two directions: crude oil pushed energy stocks north, while a selloff in IBM and Netflix pulled the tech sector down.
Viacom's CEO watched the stock drop 45% last year under his watch. Here are steps he can take to reverse the slide.
Viacom's yield looks attractive, but is it sustainable against the company's challenges?
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Verizon VZ is a stock to hold onto, thanks to its great yield and accelerating growth.
It has created a board position of "Lead Independent Director," but the choice for the post speaks of the same old same old.
Inside an activist takeover attempt.
Viacom has hired PJT Partners Inc. to weigh options for selling a minority stake in its Paramount Pictures unit.
Proxy adviser wants them ousted, which is what I've been saying.
Instead of lashing out at critics, CEO Dauman should have detailed why the stock is undervalued.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says at current levels, Disney is a stock to own for investors with a long term horizon.
How did this group become so out of touch with its shareholders?
Another energy company cuts its dividend and activist investor Bill Ackman ups his attacks on Herbalife.
The media and financial sectors are leading markets down today.
Japanese markets struggled today, setting off a chain reaction in global markets.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday Feb. 9, investors will get earnings from a few different sectors, like media and non-cyclical consumer goods.
The market is expecting nothing to change now that Sumner Redstone has stepped down.