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Deal Includes Retransmission Consent for CBS-Owned Stations, Including CBS-Owned The CW Affiliates, as well as SHOWTIME, CBS Sports Network and Smithsonian Channel
Stock futures turn mixed on Thursday; Tesla tumbles following a wacky conference call from CEO Elon Musk.
Global stocks bumped higher Tuesday, while oil prices held at three-and-a-half year highs, amid several key market closures and ahead of what could be a crucial quarterly earnings update from Apple after the close of trading.
Global stocks kicked-off the week in a bullish mood Monday, with merger activity and a robust U.S. corporate earnings season helping boost markets in Europe and Asia and set up Wall Street for a positive start to the final trading day of the month.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that CBS Corp is the #18 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity. To make that list, a stock must have repurchased at least 5% of its outstanding shares over the trailing twelve month period.
Markets around the globe last week were tumultuous after both China and the U.S. proposed tariffs on imported goods as investors weigh whether the countries will come to the table to negotiate an end to the spat.
Momentum brings U.S. indexes higher; investors Friday's non-farm payrolls; Moody's downgrades P.F. Changs and more of what you may have missed Thursday, April 5.
Stocks rise Thursday as worries about a full-blown trade war between the U.S. and China ease with the focus now turning to negotiations.
The owner of MTV, Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures could make a rival proposal this week, according to a source, after rejecting a bid that was below its own market value.
Stocks are higher on Wednesday in spite of China saying it will slap reciprocal 25% tariffs on 106 U.S. products including soybeans, cars, planes, whiskey, and chemicals.
Stocks rise Tuesday, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average claws back some losses following a selloff in the previous session.
Reports have said an offer for the cable network operator and movie studio owner could come in low.
U.S. stock futures are higher after a tech selloff during the previous session; Fox says Disney could acquire Sky News; CBS reportedly is preparing a low-ball bid for Viacom.
Dish executive Warren Schlichting previously compared a network blackout to a heart attack. 'Your company has had a lot of heart attacks,' counsel to AT&T and Time Warner said on cross examination.
The NCAA's signature 'March Madness' basketball tournament tips-off Thursday, but is a three-week jamboree that generate billions for everyone apart from the players really the fairest way to manage college sports? It might be.
CBS SPORTS HQ Is Available for Free and Features Live, Anchored Coverage with Game Breakdowns and the Day's Top Sports Stories
CBS, SON, MANH, TGH, and TEX were all recently were downgraded by TheStreet's Quant Ratings service.
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"EYE Speak" Will Kick Off with Event in Los Angeles Hosted by CBS Television Studios, March 14
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U.S. stock futures are rising Thursday, with markets poised to trade higher for a fifth straight session.
Overreaction seems to be what markets are good at in this 'golden age of electronic trading.'
The two media giants, united until 2005, form special committees to evaluate a potential merger.
The fear of being left behind in a race for premier film and TV producers is likely to spur more industry consolidation. Lions Gate and MGM stand out in a diminishing field of independent studios with quality libraries.
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