Parsons refused to break up Time Warner, but he agreed to buy back more stock to get Icahn to stop pushing for a breakup (and a new CEO). Icahn wanted to bring in former Viacom (VIA) CEO Frank Biondi to replace Parsons, who …
Time Warner Cable would then need to file with the New York Stock Exchange to have the shares listed there; the shares are set to trade under the symbol TWC. Shares could begin trading in a matter of weeks. "I think we'll see Time
Wall Street has hardly turned a cold shoulder. The merger was touted as creating the world's largest media company, with all the leverage and synergistic mystique that such a combination would provide. And a number of veteran media …
NEW YORK – Time Warner Inc. (TWX) and Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) have reached an agreement to buy the assets of the bankrupt cable company Adelphia Communications Corp. (search) in a deal valued at $17.6 billion in cash and …
Comcast is set to buy Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal that values Time Warner at $159 per share, CNBC's David Faber reports on Twitter. At $159, Comcast would be paying an 18% premium to today's closing price. It would …
Turner and HBO, has a market cap of about $65 billion. Time Warner shares closed up 4.7% on Thursday, to $82.99 per share. AT&T’s stock fell 1.9%, closing at $38.65 per share. Time Warner has been in play before: In 2014, it rejected …
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Time Warner says it believes Fox, but that still leaves the holding-company owner of HBO, Turner and Warner Bros. in need of a stock-price fix. Some investors even consider it a professional obligation, if not a moral one, for Time Warner
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Can they convince Time Warner Cable shareholders to accept even less, or will they have to bump their offer? Will Comcast’s rivals try to come in and steal the show in the final hours? Comcast may try to boost its stock on its own via …
Time Warner Inc. (NYSE: TWX) stock is down more than 12% in morning trading today following last night's news that Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. (Nasdaq: FOXA) has removed its $80 billion offer to purchase the …