As media conglomerates pair up (or at least attempt to), DreamWorks Animation is one of the few independents to be left on its lonesome to tackle waning interest in blockbusters.
Major U.S. stock markets are mixed on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve maintains its federal funds rate and cuts monthly bond buying by $10 billion to $25 billion.
DreamWorks DWA CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg is not winning much favor on Wall Street. The movie studio he has helmed for a decade reported net losses of 18 cents a share.
DreamWorks' summer flick 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' did little to contribute to the movie studio's topline over the second quarter.
Consumer research firm Nielsen reported a 15% jump in second-quarter revenue before the bell Tuesday.
U.S. stock indices recoup losses sustained earlier in the day as merger news outweighs weaker-than-expected housing data and stricter Russia sanctions from the U.S. and European Union in coming days.
In its latest move to tempt Time Warner to reconsider its buyout offer, 21st Century Fox will reportedly allow Time Warner shareholders a spot on the board.
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