The media conglomerate posted a 20% profit jump in the first quarter, boosted by an increase in cable subscribers and the box office of 'Fifty Shades Darker' and 'Get Out.'
The FCC's new chief laid out the case for rolling back regulations that classify broadband as a utility in a much-watched speech in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Netflix already reported quarterly results and set an all-time intraday high this week. Amazon, Alphabet report after the close today. Apple, Facebook, Tesla wrap up MOJO earnings next week.
In light of subscriber declines and changing viewer habits, the sports giant is laying off about 100 on-air commentators, producers and writers.