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Hedge fund managers continue to flee stocks in the second quarter, but the smart money eyed several potential opportunities, including Charter Communications and Morgan Stanley.
Based on current staffing, it looks more like Donald Trump is trying to launch a media company rather than win a campaign. Here's how it could happen.
Warren Buffett's favorite holding time is forever, but when necessary, he's not afraid to break his own rule and sell.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including upgrades for BlackBerry and Nvidia, and downgrades for Barracuda and SunPower.
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CNBC's Courtney Reagan reported from the NASDAQ during this afternoon's 'Closing Bell' as the stock exchange set an all-time intraday record high on Tuesday afternoon.
The tech giant has reportedly been focusing its TV efforts on developing an easy-to-use content guide, but Apple might be better off just pursuing a skinny bundle of channels.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Charter Communications (CHTR) as an unusual social activity candidate
Charter Communications (CHTR) reported 2016 second quarter earnings, boosted by its recent deal with Time Warner Cable (TWC).
Stock futures are rising as markets remain near all-time highs. The parent of Monster.com makes a deal.
Charter Communications (CHTR) is expected to report a narrowed loss and an increase in revenues for the 2016 second quarter on Tuesday.
Time Warner acquired a 10% stake in Hulu, the subscription video platform owned by Fox, Disney and Comcast's NBCUniversal, laying the groundwork for a formidable skinny bundle.
Media stock investors will be closely watching cord-cutting numbers for any signs of weakness in the business of pay-TV.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the media industry lower today.
The network may be preparing for scandal fallout, but don't expect the kinds of mea culpa public flogging that rocked The New York Times and CBS in recent years.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the services sector higher today.
Finance companies with investment businesses like Goldman Sachs generally benefited from second-quarter rallies in deal-making and initial public offerings during the second quarter. Plus, what Cramer thinks.
Fundamental analysis says these names could plunge in a downturn.
The owner of the Discovery and Animal Planet channels would give Lions Gate more heft in TV.
Recent cable deals have shifted the media landscape, leaving smaller content companies vulnerable.
Cramer likes Keryx Biopharmaceutical on speculation but is avoiding Synergy Pharmaceuticals.
The true cost of British independence from the EU is now becoming apparent, Cramer says.