AT&T-Time Warner suit by DoJ could depress M&A in general
If vertical media deals are problematic, what about horizontal mergers? The lawsuit's outcome could affect transactions involving companies ranging from AT&T, Time Warner and Fox to Apple, Netflix and Google.
E.W. Scripps under pressure from Gabelli
The activist investor Mario Gabelli is pressing to name three directors to E.W. Scripp's 11-person board.
What Fox talking to Disney says about the global entertainment business
If the Murdochs are contemplating the end via a sale of Fox's TV and film studios and other assets, what does that mean for the rest of the industry?
Netflix Is About to Do to Hollywood What It Did to Television
Netflix is planning to release a staggering 80 films in 2018, more than double the output of any Hollywood studio.
Netflix's stellar quarter is more bad news for media stocks
Media stocks have been slipping all year, and Netflix's latest results point to a challenging future for Fox, Comcast, Disney and their peers.
Dr. Doom Sees Plenty of Gloom: Roubini's Bearish Musings
He predicts a global economic and financial crisis, sparked by a debt bubble and accompanied by stagflation.
Carvana, the Amazon of Used Cars, Is Collapsing
The Amazon of used cars lost a third of its market value on Wednesday and payment deadlines loom.
Ford Gets a Big Win
The Dearborn, Mich., auto veteran is ramping up initiatives in the race to play a leading role in electric vehicles.