NEW YORK (Reuters) - The parent company of Allegiant Air on Monday faced a congressional call for an inquiry into its safety record and a sell-off in its stock price after CBS’ “60 Minutes” alleged the airline suffers a high number of …
But over the past year, national polls from the likes of Gallup, Fox News, CBS News, the Pew Research Center ... and 225,083 shares of common stock. All told, this …
Earlier, the Allegiant stock had slipped further to the tune of 8.6% on Apr 13, following reports that the show will be telecast in two days’ time. The Damaging …
CBS wants COO Joseph Ianniello to have the role of president and COO; Viacom says it wants Robert Bakish, CEO of Viacom to take that spot. Early morning …
but I am a lifelong CBS viewer, and so I do have emotional stock in CBS. Call me an emotional stakeholder. I don’t appreciate Sinclair’s piggybacking on CBS as a stage for their simplistic worldview, and neither should CBS.
Today we are offering reports on AMCX, CBS, CMCSA, and LGF-A which can be accessed for free ... shares in New York headquartered AMC Networks Inc. recorded a trading volume of 519,919 shares. The stock ended the session 0.44% …
“Public documents show an alarming number of aborted takeoffs, cabin-pressure …
Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk looked dead tired and in need of a sandwich in a …
The all-stock proposal from CBS used a ratio of the two stocks and valued Viacom below its market price. It also called for CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves and COO Joe Ianniello to run the combined company without any known plans …
The stock ended the session 0.44% lower at $51.97. The Company’s shares have gained 4.53% in the last month and …