Bob Ciura: Monday’s NCAA men’s basketball national championship game, in which Villanova beat North Carolina on a 3-point buzzer-beater, was a thrill for college basketball fans. It was also a landmark game, because it marked the first …
After a $170.1 million U.S. debut, investors eye a DC superhero universe sparking a 2016 turnaround for Warner Bros. after 2015 flops. Time Warner's stock rose Monday morning after Warner Bros. got a welcome win at the weekend …
NEW YORK — Though few realized it at the time, the megamerger that created Time Warner Inc. in 1989 was one of the last debt-laden bursts of a dying decade. In the `80s, when being in hock was in fashion, carrying $11.3 billion in debt …
News of the lawsuit had a minimal impact on the stock prices of both AT&T and Time Warner on Tuesday. Investors are already pricing in a certain degree of deal uncertainty. Time Warner stock is currently trading at roughly a 20 percent …
The final acquisition price will be $107.50 per share, paid in half cash and half AT&T stock. This means that for each outstanding share of Time Warner stock investors will receive $53.75 in cash and $53.75 in AT&T stock. This price …
AT&T is purchasing Time Warner with a combination of cash and stock. Time Warner shareholders will receive $107.50 per share, spilt 50/50 between cash and AT&T stock. These shareholders will receive between 1.3 and 1.437 AT&T …
Time Warner shareholders of record on November 27 will receive an AOL stock dividend for every 11 shares of Time ... pay a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.1875 per share on December 9.
This is my understanding of Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes’s plan, circa early 2008: Dress up AOL for a sale, pocket several billion from the proceeds, combine that with several billion more from the spinout of Time Warner Cable, and …
Here’s how the acquisition will break down: Time Warner shareholders will receive $107.50 per share, of which $53.75 will be in cash and $53.75 in AT&T stock. As it’s explained, the stock portion will be “subject to a collar — such as Time
No AT&T subscriber and no one who watches Time Warner content is clamoring for this tie-up. That should be a red flag. The real problem this merger solves is for the companies’ shareholders, including executives paid in generous stock