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Investors want to pay less for companies with multiple business lines because the 'difficulty factor' is higher.
Many glamour stocks don't have the fundamentals. Also, 708 new highs are made.
President Andrew Heyward speaks of meeting 'the demands of a 24-hour digital universe.'
The consumer demand for online access to this concert shows that the content battle may end as quickly as it began.
Video-content owners need to stop fighting technology and instead embrace and capitalize on it.
Viacom's planned split into two parts should substantially raise the company's market value.
The company's prodigious cash flows can't mask the fact it's about to start hemorrhaging ad revenue.
Between the two companies, the hedge funds, value mutuals and growth mutuals each get what they want.
Despite the huge attention paid to this metric, it's not moving media stocks. Watch something else.
The financier's SEC filing created buzz around several stocks, and offers a view on his style.
Cramer considers whether the doom and gloom brought on by a volatile week will hold over into the next.
We still can make money overnight, as Neiman Marcus and Viacom show.
In a market this oversold, there are plenty of undervalued stocks, and more that could create value like Viacom has.
Don't make the mistake of thinking the company is a loser; its stock says otherwise, and the new CEO has proved his mettle at ABC.
Purchasing shares after a weak quarter is the wrong move. Acquisitions are the right one.
Earnings season stems insider activity in January, but the underlying trend could be trouble for the bears.
Buy some of the stocks that are down or trapped by strikes, because we'll get more deals (and their positive energy) next week.
If it doesn't, the whole corporation could get hit with the radio discount that satellite providers are causing.
It has too big a market cap to be get bought out now. In fact, now it's in shape to do some buying of its own.
Aggressive management that treats talent well and a huge market are just some of the reasons.
A new bullish thesis is swirling: Just having a winner Tuesday night, whoever it is, would give a boost.
Both companies have delivered fulcrum quarters and seem to have finished with downside for the long-term.
Without that overhead resistance, Comcast and Viacom have a chance to run -- and it's not too late to catch them.
Sirius and XM look overvalued on current prospects, but think again: Remember the lesson of Yahoo! and eBay.
The embattled video-game software maker's founding director resigns.
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