|Day Low/High||50.35 / 51.27|
|52 Wk Low/High||49.43 / 52.29|
Executive appointments led the stock-related buzz on social media this week. In other news, Amazon made a splash with its move into the “gig economy.”
Cable network valuations are tumbling. The moguls running them are taking heat from investors to stop the buybacks and start merging.
Now that the dust has more or less settled on deflategate, the National Football League is giving us something else to talk about: just how much it's worth.
By adding the popular e-commerce site to its portfolio, QVC parent Liberty Interactive will begin to narrow the valuation gap with home shopping network HSN.
AT&T dips despite rolling out a new service bundle that incorporates some of its offerings from newly acquired DirecTV. Frontier Communications soars on its earnings beat.
Stock futures are narrowly mixed on Monday morning as personal spending climbs at a slower pace in June.
Investors expect the company to reveal more about its strategy for DirecTV and Latin America on Analyst Day in mid-August.
With the highly anticipated 2015 NFL season just around the corner, DIRECTV today launched its NFL SUNDAY TICKET advertising campaign featuring its quartet of high-profile NFL quarterbacks.
AT&T jumps after the Federal Communications Commission approves its acquisition of DirecTV. Sprint tanks after it feels the impact of a price cut.
Comcast’s second-quarter results and initiatives to improve customer service and expand its theme parks underscore its potential value for investors.
Stocks cap off a week of plummeting crude oil prices and disappointing earnings reports from industry bellwethers such as Apple and Caterpillar.
Stocks extend deep losses on Friday afternoon as crude oil falls to around $48 a barrel.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' questions on Biogen and weighs in on better alternatives. He also responds to questions on Ford and touches into the telecom players.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Stocks extend losses by mid-morning Friday as general market malaise hangs over Wall Street.
DirecTV (DTV) stock is rising in pre-market trading as the proposed merger with AT&T (T) receives approval from the FCC.
Stock futures are marginally higher on Friday as a series of positive earnings reports from Amazon to Starbucks prop up markets.
DirecTV jumps following support from the FCC chairman to a merger with AT&T. Charter Communications climbs as it brings in lobbyists to help with its Time Warner Cable merger.
AT&T must expand its high-speed fiber build out and submit to additional net neutrality obligations.
AT&T's proposed acquisition would create the largest pay-TV company in the country.
AT&T is heading for a bounce off of trend line support, which would send a buy signal to investors.
Investors want to know how the DirecTV merger will make or save money.
AT&T's (T) proposed $48.5 billion deal to buy DirecTV (DTV) is advancing as Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler has recommended that his colleagues vote to approve the merger.
DirecTV (DTV) shares are gaining on Wednesday as its $48.5 billion merger with AT&T (T) is expected to be approved by the the Federal Communications Commission.
Stocks return to near session lows on Wednesday morning as crude oil dips below $50 a barrel on the back of a rise in weekly inventories.
Stock futures are lower on Wednesday morning after Apple and Microsoft issue disappointing sales forecasts.
U.S. stock futures are sinking as investors look to home ownership and mortgage data, and as markets to suffer a hangover from disappointing Apple earnings on Tuesday.