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Wall Street smashes records again on Tuesday, closing at all-time highs for its fourth consecutive session.
Wall Street hold small gains on Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen plays the part of both dove and hawk.
Wall Street is mixed on Tuesday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen champions the strength of the U.S. economy.
U.S. stock futures are declining Tuesday while European and Asian shares trade mixed ahead of congressional testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Here's my take on our positions in Discovery, Ecolab and Entergy.
Disney's CEO is betting that a new standalone sports service can offset revenue declines at ESPN, the media conglomerate's most profitable business.
Fragrance and cosmetics company Coty will soon be adding a woman to its board of directors, reducing the number of S&P 500 companies without women in the boardroom to four.
Consider selling cash-covered DISCA puts as earnings approach.
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Peter Liguori will leave the television company after three years at the helm, an indication that it may choose to sell its superstation, WGN America.
Media stocks have been on fire since Trump was elected president, but as the new administration takes office, uncertainties about future policy and economic growth are dampening the sector's outlook.
Discovery Communications serves its program providers and launches a high-performance cloud strategy with Flight
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The three were among several other tech and media stocks downgraded due to 'political risks' arising from Trump's impending administration.
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John Malone says he's be willing to sell the studio, but following its acquisition of Starz, it's an ideal vehicle for consolidating 'free radicals,' smaller media companies without a home.
- 2017 SAY YES TO THE PROM special to premiere on TLC on Saturday, April 1 and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network on Monday, April 3 -
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including upgrades for American Express, E-Trade Financial and Xerox, and a downgrade for Discovery.
Season One Finale Airs Tonight, Featuring the Controversial Trial of Jeffery MacDonald
With the pay-TV landscape continuing to evolve in an over-the-top world, analysts are singling out their top media stocks ahead of the new year.
Private equity-backed consumer products company ThreeSixty Group will pay $100 million for the quirky gift retailer in its second sale outside of Chapter 11.
As the pay-TV landscape continues to evolve in an over-the-top world, analysts single out their top media stock picks for the new year.