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The test from the company backed by Fox, Comcast, Disney and Time Warner may herald a release of the latest streaming competitor in the near term.
Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries believes that the U.S. will ultimately have two fixed mobile players.
For the fourth quarter, Netflix is expected to have added roughly 5.1 million new net subscribers worldwide, a solid number even though investors would rather talk about a buyout.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson is confident that the Time Warner deal gets done without spinning off CNN.
AT&T CEO Randal Stephenson believes that if Trump's tax reform policies manifest themselves, the company would significantly ramp up capital investment domestically.
The company's board will open talks with potential acquirers, setting the stage for a likely sale of the publisher of Fortune, People and Sports Illustrated.
Seven films are projected to top $10 million in sales this weekend.
The Spanish-language media company is preparing for a much-awaited market debut just as the incoming administration steps up an ongoing war with the press.
AT&T says its CEO and the president elect discussed investments, job creation and competitiveness at Trump Tower on Thursday -- not its pending tie-up with Time Warner.
The tech giant has reportedly approached Hollywood producers about offering original TV shows and movies on Apple Music by the end of the year.
His comments could be seen as a swipe at Obama-era regulators, who Republicans accused of imposing net neutrality and other regulations on merging parties.
Elizabeth Lim, Mergermarket America head research editor, expects further energy consolidation and increased media mergers in 2017.
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A Rupert Murdoch friendship with the president-elect around Fox News prompts speculation both men may lobby regulators to put limits on, or even reject, the $85.4 billion deal.
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The U.S. Justice Department wants more information on the merger at a time when the proposed merger is opposed by President-elect Donald Trump.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's shot at 20,000 grows more remote on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales and store closure news sour market sentiment.
Time shares continued their two-month surge on a report that Meredith remains interested in a potential merger with the publisher of Fortune, Sports Illustrated and People.
Apple takes the New York Times app out of its App Store in China. Facebook Live saw its biggest use yet.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's chance at 20,000 grew more remote as disappointing holiday retail sales soured market sentiment.
A report that President-elect Donald Trump doesn't like the notion of AT&T buying Time Warner sent shares of the media company tumbling on Thursday.
Stocks move mostly lower on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales crush retail names.
The hiring of Megyn Kelly away from Fox News is all about securing a steady business model for a media company heavily invested in news.
Revolution hasn't made a film in 10 years but still commands a steep price for its 126 movies and 240 TV shows.
CBS will join Hulu's live-TV streaming service, proving it's not against digital pay-TV platforms -- it just wants to be paid for it, as CEO Leslie Moonves would say.
Thanks to President-elect Trump's promise of corporate tax cuts, Spotify, MGM, T-Mobile, Pandora and Epix could all be on the acquisition block.