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Speaking on a podcast on Monday night, Bill O'Reilly pledged to tell his side of the story in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
Sky is already licenced to show HBO shows, including Game of Thrones
Sky has teamed up with HBO, a Time Warner company, on a multi-year production partnership, the biggest pay-TV company in Europe said Thursday alongside its nine month earnings release.
With more than 70 advertisers leaving the show amid a generational shift in leadership, the Murdoch family may soon decide to cancel 'The O'Reilly Factor,' according to a report.
The media giant has asked the same law firm that conducted an investigation into former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, who was ousted in July.
As advertiser boycotts of 'The O'Reilly Factor' continue to grow, so do analysts' concerns about the network's bottom line. But the impact may be muted for now.
BT has won the broadcast rights for Europe's largest soccer tournament, but the heavy price for a relatively small victory still leaves it with a fierce battle for pay-TV customers.
Twenty-First Century Fox took another step toward a takeover of Sky after it set the clock ticking on the regulatory approval process with a formal application to the European Commission.
Underlying growth at the British pay-TV firm was solid in the first half but operating profit was hit by broadcast rights inflation.
The recent acquisition of Sky by Twenty-First Century Fox will create synergies making the prospects more exciting than Disney, Pivotal Research Group analyst Brian Wieser argued.
Fox will acquire the remaining 61% of Europe's biggest pay-TV company.
The Fox bid must be based on an 'appropriate premium' and assurances over future conduct, says a pension lobby group.
The Dow posts a record close with the S&P 500 lower, while tech stocks dragged on the Nasdaq as Wall Street looks to a Fed decision on interest rates Tuesday.
The Dow rises but pares gains as Wall Street looks to a Fed decision on interest rates later in the week.
Reports of shareholder concern and regulatory risk keep Sky shares subdued Monday after Friday's $23 billion takeover bid.
Investors begin to fret over the outcome of Italy's referendum on Dec. 4.
Lufthansa leads the Frankfurt benchmark higher, with Deutsche Bank just behind on talk of Qatar support for a fundraising.
Strong revenue growth across all markets drives a spike in the shares, but some brokers are unenthusiastic.
Deutsche Bank rises on sale of Abbey Life and denial of government bailout plan.
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%
The Australian bank calls Vodafone's recent joint venture with John Malone's Liberty Global in the Netherlands an act of "desperation to do deals."
Twenty-First Century Fox affiliate Sky bucks the negative trend with a soccer-rights victory, while media peer Vivendi declines on a regulatory veto.
Volkswagen emerges as a bright spot after an agreement with U.S. regulators.
Investors reject self congratulatory sentiments of Sky's management, sending the shares down by 6.6%
European stocks shrug off a slump in China even as crude oil falls again.
Investors should tune their dials to M&A and video streaming in 2016.
Affiliate fee pricing and retransmission fees should drive Fox shares into solid gains despite the industry's advertising struggles, a Bernstein analyst says.
The soccer club maintained its place in England's top league and avoided a steep drop in valuation as its owners held talks about selling the team.
European stock indices were mixed on Tuesday as an early boost from Asia abated. Several strong earnings reports competed to set the tone, opposed by continued nervousness about Greece.
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