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The move would be a way to capitalize on Amazon's growing portfolio of premium content, but it's not necessarily a slam dunk.
Wall Street had a superb week, smashing new all-time highs and scoring its longest record-making streak in a quarter century.
Wall Street's longest winning streak in a quarter century comes to a close on Thursday as investors take a breather after five days of records.
Slight losses on Wall Street Thursday put Wall Street's record-making streak on the line.
CBS missed on its top line in the fourth quarter, but Wall Street is paying more attention to how the media giant is executing its five-year targets.
The record-breaking rally appears to have run out of fuel, sending stocks modestly lower by late morning.
Stocks extend losses Thursday following their best record-breaking streak since late 1991.
CBS ad revenue is 'accelerating' in the current quarter, CEO Leslie Moonves said during a conference call.
Stock futures trade slightly lower on Thursday as investors pause following the best record-breaking streak since late 1991.
The network owner posts lower-than-expected fourth-quarter revenue.
The broadcast channel owner can point to price target raises and buy ratings ahead of the release of its 2016 fourth-quarter earnings.
Janet Yellen's hawkish tone no longer scares market participants.
Eddy Cue, Apple's do-everything executive, showed portions of 'Planet of the Apps' and said the tech giant is taking a unique approach to developing original content.
Expect mobile video to get more competitive after the Federal Communications Commission's recent decision on zero-rating.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen will give her two-day semiannual monetary policy testimony, while major economic data will drive markets.
Besides proving that Tom Brady may indeed be the greatest quarterback ever, Sunday's game also showed that for Rupert Murdoch's Fox network, the event remains a great investment.
Investors should keep an eye on interest rates and oil, but remember next week is still a week of big earnings reports, says Jim Cramer.
CEO Bob Bakish wants to change the once-proud and powerful media company and set forth a plan on Thursday to do it.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says he's "open" to postponing his retirement, while he's confident new digital pay-TV platforms will help declines in cable-TV subscriptions to the sports network.
CBS, Comcast, Fox, Sinclair, Nexstar and others could collet a pay out from the first-ever auction of TV broadcast licenses to mobile carriers.
The league is betting that ratings for the Falcons-Patriots clash will be as high as ever for Fox and its many advertisers, offsetting an uneven season for television ratings.
Prices for a 30-second Super Bowl ad are up nearly 12,000% over the past 50 years.
This series will be all about the booze.
Kazuo Hirai quieted sale rumors this week surrounding its struggling TV and film business, which posted a nearly $1 billion write-down.
CEO Leslie Moonves finally finds a home for his storied yet stagnant radio business, a merger with Philadelphia's Entercom that will create a company with 244 stations.
The "vast majority" of the bankrupt college sports website network's publisher contracts are headed to one of its main competitors, a source told TheStreet.
Entercom Communications Corp. (NYSE:ETM) and CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS.
For some athletes, the biggest paycheck comes when they have their aha! business idea, whether that's pre- or post-retirement.