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AT&T's future as a "modern media company" got off to a tough start Wednesday, as shares slipped in pre-market trading after a surprise dip in revenues following the approval of its $85 billion merger with Time Warner.
Ma Bell’s current dividend, yielding 6%+, was put in place irrespective of the Time Warner deal.
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Sky shares surged in early London trading Thursday after the U.S. media giant Comcast trumped Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox with a $34 billion for the U.K. broadcaster.
Fox has increased its bid for Britain's Sky plc to $32.5 billion, topping Comcast's latest approach and adding a new wrinkle to the battle for Rupert Murdoch's U.S. media asset sale to Disney.
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Markets search for some life after a rough week. BlackBerry CEO John Chen sits on down with TheStreet. Netflix shares hover around an all-time high. PayPal continues to make big deals.
AT&T's CEO is bullish on the future of TV. Netflix shares up 106% this year suggest he should temper his enthusiasm.
Netflix gets the fourth price target increase this week.
The entertainment giant's CEO poured cold water over the idea that the judge's ruling in the AT&T-Time Warner merger gave the green light to Comcast's bid for Fox's assets.
21st Century Fox said Disney's improved $38 a share offer for its media assets is "superior" to Comcast's and has postponed a shareholder meeting to discuss Brian Roberts' $65 billion approach.
In a historic week for antitrust, the DOJ lost a landmark challenge of a vertical merger, Comcast announced a hostile bid for Fox and the DOJ antitrust chief was chased by paparazzi.
The cable giant's current multiple is half its average P/E during the eight years from 2009 to 2017.
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The Mouse House chart indicates it's headed higher even if it doesn't try to outbid Comcast for Fox's assets
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Stocks tumble on Friday after the U.S. imposes tariffs on about $50 billion in imports from China.
A bidding war benefits Fox shareholders, but could have unhappy consequences for Comcast and Disney.
U.S. stock futures tumble as Donald Trump reportedly is set to impose tariffs on about $50 billion in imports from China; AT&T closes its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner; China has given the OK to Qualcomm's acquisition of NXP Semiconductors, a report says.
Wall Street looks to a rocky end to the week as futures tumbled on reports of further tariff news coming out of the White House.
The DOJ informed the court on Thursday that it would forego a request for a stay, though the government could still appeal the consummated transaction.
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The Dow finished lower on Thursday as investors assess hawkish signals on interest rates from the Federal Reserve.
The federal government has foregone its option of delaying the completion of the merger while it considers an appeal.
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