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TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the services sector lower today.
Disney (DIS) stock is falling late Wednesday morning as Stifel cut its rating on shares to ‘hold’ from ‘buy.’
The video streaming giant posted weak second-quarter subscriber numbers but there are some positive catalysts on the horizon.
Bank of America and Hasbro are headed in divergent directions following the release of their latest earnings results.
Hasbro and Mattel are set to report earnings this week as the toy world tries to assess the long-term popularity of augmented reality games like Pokémon GO.
The sale of the mixed martial arts organization is the week's standout transaction.
Most of our portfolio names did well, though we did downgrade AT&T and Costco to Twos from Ones because of the moves higher in their shares in recent weeks.
The House Republicans' tax reform plan is a pretty good deal according to one analysis, especially for American corporations.
Anaheim's council voted to approve a 20-year rebate for Disney that will allow it to skip paying about $267 million in taxes on a proposed four-diamond luxury hotel.
Disney received tax incentives to build a four-diamond hotel in Anaheim, a city that currently only has two such hotels.
Two years removed from fighting off a hostile bid by Rupert Murdoch's Fox, Time Warner has evolved into a more focused company getting more out of sports programming and HBO.
Japanese messaging app Line will start trading on the NYSE tomorrow, CNBC's Susan Li discussed today.
The sports channel behemoth, looking to diversify as cable subscriptions dwindle, looks to online partnerships.
The day of buyers loading into the market has arrived, but don’t get too comfortable.
Prime Day is in full swing, and one firm believes Amazon could double the $400 million generated last year.
Cramer says there are several reasons why the market has risen since the Brexit vote.
The humanization of pets trend is one to watch, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer, reflecting on the box office success of 'The Secret Life of Pets.'
They need to do something that makes them stand out as stocks you want to own, not avoid.
The Arena Football League will begin its inaugural season in China with six teams this coming October.
This week we booked a profit trimming one position while another holding effected a planned spinoff.
The valuable sports network is reportedly experimenting with offering stand-alone online subscriptions. It has little choice but to tread very carefully, however.
Disney (DIS) could be introducing a new, cable-free, subscription to ESPN and CNBC's 'Fast Money Halftime Report' panel discussed its potential impact.
Google wants to take on Amazon and IBM in cloud video, chip stocks rally on good earnings news, and Amazon launches a cheaper audio service.
Disney (DIS) stock coverage was started with a “hold” rating at Brean Capital on Thursday.
We view the deal as a smart move that should help reduce cord-cutting.