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Volume 253.85K
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Shares Outstanding 775.54M
Market Cap 75.93B
EPS 5.00
P/E Ratio 18.54
Div & Yield 1.61 (1.60%)

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4 Huge Companies Besides Ford That Need a Transformational Tech Leader as CEO

4 Huge Companies Besides Ford That Need a Transformational Tech Leader as CEO

The struggling automaker is not the only giant company in need of an experienced technology leader at the top.

Verizon CEO: We'll Soon Have Pieces for Our Own Over-the-Top Streaming Video Service

Verizon CEO: We'll Soon Have Pieces for Our Own Over-the-Top Streaming Video Service

5G will allow the telecom giant to provide a streaming service to rival AT&T's DirecTV Now, but Verizon does not have a launch date for it yet.

Roger Ailes, Former Fox News Chief and Conservative Kingpin, Dies at 77

Roger Ailes, Former Fox News Chief and Conservative Kingpin, Dies at 77

The co-founder of Fox News built the network into a conservative empire and then was ousted following allegations of sexual harassment.

Moonves Calls Out Trump, Defends CBS News From Accusations of 'Fake News'

Moonves Calls Out Trump, Defends CBS News From Accusations of 'Fake News'

The CBS CEO struck back at President Trump on Wednesday, charging that his news division is producing anything but 'fake news.'

Turner's Slowing Ad Sales Will Soon Be AT&T's Problem

Turner's Slowing Ad Sales Will Soon Be AT&T's Problem

Time Warner's cable TV networks on Wednesday pitched yet another new slate of programming as TBS and TNT continue to search for that illusive breakout hit.

ESPN Brings out Serena Williams, Paul Pierce to Showcase 'SportsCenter' Changes

ESPN Brings out Serena Williams, Paul Pierce to Showcase 'SportsCenter' Changes

Reeling from subscriber losses and a sluggish advertising market, ESPN at its Upfront presentation trotted out athletes and announcers to sell ad buyers on a newly revamped 'SportsCenter.'

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Challenge Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Challenge Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

Disney's Beauty and the Beast has earned over $1 billion since its March release.

Intermediate Trade: AT&T

Intermediate Trade: AT&T

A bullishly biased, out-of-the-money vertical call spread.

ESPN Woes Overshadow Disney's Strong Showing in Parks and Movies: What Wall Street's Saying

ESPN Woes Overshadow Disney's Strong Showing in Parks and Movies: What Wall Street's Saying

Analysts expect the entertainment giant to continue seeing declines in its cable TV segment.

Hulu Taps AMC's Stillerman as Chief Content Officer

Hulu Taps AMC's Stillerman as Chief Content Officer

Shows that launched during Joel Stillerman's tenure at AMC Networks include 'The Walking Dead,' 'Into the Badlands' and 'Better Call Saul.'

Time Pledges Cuts, Asset Sales, but Advertising Remains a Concern

Time Pledges Cuts, Asset Sales, but Advertising Remains a Concern

Shares in the magazine publisher fall after it cuts its dividend and pledges to sell certain assets to fund new digital ventures.

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Compete With Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Compete With Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

Disney might have some competition when it comes to summer blockbusters.

Here Are Some Companies Apple Might Acquire With its Huge $250 Billion Cash Stockpile

Here Are Some Companies Apple Might Acquire With its Huge $250 Billion Cash Stockpile

Don't expect Apple to spend much of its nearly quarter-trillion dollars in offshore cash on acquisitions. Still, the iPhone maker could shop around in self-driving cars, smart homes and VR.

Week in Review: Tepid Start to May as Crude Tanks; Strong Jobs Report Ups June Hike Chances

Week in Review: Tepid Start to May as Crude Tanks; Strong Jobs Report Ups June Hike Chances

Wall Street shakes off a crude oil selloff, higher chances of a June rate hike, and disappointing earnings from Apple to post small gains for the first week of May.

Turner Chairman And CEO John Martin To Participate In The MoffettNathanson Media & Communications Summit

Turner Chairman And CEO John Martin To Participate In The MoffettNathanson Media & Communications Summit

Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX) today announced that Turner Chairman and CEO John Martin will participate in the 4 th Annual MoffettNathanson Media & Communications Summit on Thursday, May 18, 2017, in New York, NY.

Add ESPN Anchor Sara Walsh, Fresh Off Maternity Leave, to Network Layoffs

Add ESPN Anchor Sara Walsh, Fresh Off Maternity Leave, to Network Layoffs

Walsh was told this week she'd been laid off, yet another dismissal as Disney's most profitable unit focuses on mobile distribution.

CBS Shares Rise on Earnings Beat, Proving Value of Mass-Market Entertainment

CBS Shares Rise on Earnings Beat, Proving Value of Mass-Market Entertainment

CBS's first-quarter earnings results, which topped analyst estimates, underscored the importance of owning a broadcast network and sports television rights.

Wall Street on Pause After GOP Scores Narrow Victory With Health Care Vote

Wall Street on Pause After GOP Scores Narrow Victory With Health Care Vote

Wall Street struggles for direction on Thursday afternoon after the GOP scores a narrow victory in vote on health care in the House.

Dow Holds Lower After House Passes Health Care Vote, Crude Falls

Dow Holds Lower After House Passes Health Care Vote, Crude Falls

Stocks move mostly lower on Thursday after the House passes a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

Media Stocks Fall Again as Weak Ad Sales Add to Pay-TV Woes

Media Stocks Fall Again as Weak Ad Sales Add to Pay-TV Woes

Media stocks were falling for a second day as Viacom and AMC Networks reported ad-sale declines a day after Time Warner did the same.

Wall Street Fluctuates as Tesla Tumbles, Media Stocks Under Pressure

Wall Street Fluctuates as Tesla Tumbles, Media Stocks Under Pressure

Stocks fluctuate on Thursday after a large loss for Tesla and on worrying advertising trends in the media industry.

Viacom Shows Signs of Improvement, but Will It Be Enough?

Viacom Shows Signs of Improvement, but Will It Be Enough?

Even as the network owner posted earnings that beat expectations, investors sent the stock falling amid lower ad sales and declines in pay-TV subscribers.

Viacom Beats Quarterly Earnings Estimates but Global Ad Revenue Slips

Viacom Beats Quarterly Earnings Estimates but Global Ad Revenue Slips

Viacom posts stronger-than-expected earnings for its fiscal second quarter and says it's taking 'substantial strides' to return to consistent top-line growth as global ad revenue continues to decline.

Media Stocks Plummet on 'Worst Ever' Quarter for Pay-TV Subscriber Losses

Media Stocks Plummet on 'Worst Ever' Quarter for Pay-TV Subscriber Losses

Shares in AMC Networks, Viacom and others were falling Wednesday following a report that pay-TV subscriber losses in the first quarter were the 'worst ever.'

S&P 500 Lower After Fed Leaves Rates Unchanged, Dow Turns Higher

S&P 500 Lower After Fed Leaves Rates Unchanged, Dow Turns Higher

Stocks hold mostly lower on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve's policy-making group decides to leave its federal funds rate unchanged.

Hulu Says Its New Live TV Service Can Win Back Cable's Cord-Cutters

Hulu Says Its New Live TV Service Can Win Back Cable's Cord-Cutters

Hulu, a joint venture between some of the country's largest media conglomerates, unveils an online pay-TV service aimed at attracting consumers who have passed on pay-TV.

Fox's Proposed Sky Takeover Being Disputed by Law Firm

Fox's Proposed Sky Takeover Being Disputed by Law Firm

Wigdor Law, a law firm representing Fox News clients, has asked a UK regulator to dispute the proposed takeover of Sky by Twenty-First Century Fox.

Stock Losses Deepen as Oil Tumbles, Apple Falls and Wall Street Awaits the Fed

Stock Losses Deepen as Oil Tumbles, Apple Falls and Wall Street Awaits the Fed

Stock losses deepen on Wednesday morning after crude oil turns negative and a decision from the Federal Reserve looms.