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The media giant's board of directors may have another 27 months or so to decide on a successor to its longtime CEO, but that won't make the decision any easier.
Charter Communications will invest $25 billion and hire 20,000 workers over four years.
YouTube has the resources and tools to deal with its extremist content problem. And top brands have big incentives to keep spending on the site.
The chairman and CEO will stay at Disney through July 2019, giving the company's board a second chance to find a successor.
Though international box-office receipts slipped in 2016, changes in how China tabulates ticket sales along with the strong dollar may be to blame.
Is Spotify due for a remix? The streaming music giant is under pressure to cut licensing deals with the music labels, hold an initial public offering and become profitable.
Jim Cramer likes Flextronics and Hershey Foods, but he's done with Time Warner.
Jim Cramer says the stocks bouncing back are the ones with strong earnings and which have nothing to do with Washington.
Owners of nearly 8,000 film titles will be able to store and watch them on their smartphones, just by scanning the discs' barcodes.
Snap has cut production deals with just about every media company in the country. Its latest deal with MGM underscores its eagerness to spend money to attract mobile advertising.
Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX) will report its first-quarter 2017 results on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, before the market opens.
Armstrong is reportedly among several executives being considered to help CEO Travis Kalanick manage the company.
The competitive telecom space is home to some great income opportunities.
The film studio could enter a financing squeeze if a New York Post story alleging that a deal with two Chinese media groups has fallen through proves true.
The companies are benefiting from several post-election trends, including expected deregulation and an increase in M&A activity.
A 451 Research survey shows that 33% chose their streaming service for its original content.
It's amazing anyone still subscribes to cable TV given the plethora of lower-priced choices and the ability to curate a video selection that fits personal tastes.
The top 64 companies taking a trip to TheStreet's 2017 Market Bracket Challenge tournament.
A third of Chipotle's board of directors has decided not to run for reelection.
Comic book movies, sequels and animated films are expected to be the biggest hits at the box office this year. TheStreet has compiled 10 of the biggest movies of 2017.
Stocks rallies this afternoon after the Federal Reserve decides to raise interest rates by 25 basis points, as widely expected.
Stocks extend gains Wednesday after the Federal Reserve opts to raise rates at its March meeting.
Stocks move higher in anticipation of an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve Wednesday afternoon.
Stock futures move higher in anticipation of an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve Wednesday afternoon.
The EU Commission determined that AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner doesn't raise competition concerns.
The television and digital media company continues to expand its reach on platforms frequented by the young, announcing a deal to create content for the very popular social app.
The contract between the Argentine Football Association and both Fox and Time Warner will span five seasons.