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The odds were against Wall Street on Thursday after another decline in crude oil sparked an energy selloff and Apple reported a so-so quarter.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq extend their declines on Wednesday afternoon as crude oil resumes its slide after briefly touching the flatline.
DirecTV Now is priced at $35 in an attempt to appease regulators and cord-cutters alike.
Jim Cramer says while some investors were happy with Comcast's latest quarterly report and some were not, he's inclined to say Comcast did ok.
We would bulk up our position in these 2 names if we could.
The cable operator reports its best video subscriber growth in the third quarter in 10 years, defying an industry trend.
Highlights included record subscribers, robust NBCUniversal trends (boosted by the Olympics) and strong capital returns.
Apple shares were dropping after the company's operating margin guidance failed to meet analyst expectations.
A new Harry Potter-themed attraction pushes theme park sales up 61%.
U.S. stock futures point to a second day of losses on Wall Street as Apple shares slide after it issues a slightly disappointing gross margin outlook; Chipotle's third-quarter sales plunge.
Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA), a leading cable, entertainment and communications company, announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.
Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA) today reported results for the quarter ended September 30, 2016.
During the week of October 10 - October 16, Comcast customers watched 71 million hours of content on Xfinity On Demand.
AT&T's planned purchase of Time Warner adds to Sprint's 'strategic value,' argued CEO Marcelo Claure on the company's quarterly earnings call.
Video losses are expected to slow at the nation's largest cable system operator while growth accelerates for data and phone users.
AT&T's bold attempt at vertical consolidation may cause media, telecom, and pay-TV firms to all reconsider their strategies.
Bondholders don't have the upside shareholders might get if the Time Warner deal works out.
Wireless competition, landline disconnections and cord-cutting are all taking a toll on AT&T. Time Warner is in better shape, but perhaps only for the near term.
This is new doctrine having to do with innovation and the stifling of innovation to create new products.
AT&T's stunning $85 billion deal to acquire Time Warner could set off countermoves from the country's biggest technology companies. Here's what's at stake.
Jim Cramer focuses on the AT&T-Time Warner deal, plus B&G Foods.
Know which stocks are interest-rate sensitive and which don't care, says Jim Cramer.
Comcast (CMCSA) will post its 2016 third-quarter results before Wednesday's market open.
AT&T's Randall Stephenson and Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes showed they had at least one thing in common: frustration with an industry more interested in protection than innovation.
Analysts covering both AT&T and Time Warner largely seemed to like the $85-billion deal to marry Time Warner's content with AT&T's distribution.
Comcast's (CMCSA) stock rating was increased to 'outperform' at Macquarie, as the firm said the company's balance sheet leaves room for further acquisitions.
Other content creators, such as Viacom, could also be in play, and see their stocks rise.
U.S. stocks rose on a busy merger Monday.