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July 14, 2014
08:05 EDTBONA, FOXABona Film chairman to acquire 21st Century Fox stake in Bona Film for $71.4M
Bona Film Group (BONA) announced an agreement between an affiliate of 21st Century Fox (FOXA) and Bona's founder, chairman and CEO, Yu Dong, for Yu to acquire 21st Century Fox's entire 19.3% interest, 6.05M ordinary shares, equal to 19.9% interest before dilution from ordinary shares issued in respect of options in Bona for $71.4M or $11.80 per share, or $5.90 per American Depository Share. An affiliate of 21st Century Fox acquired the ownership interest in Bona in May 2012. The sale, which is subject to customary closing conditions, has no effect on the five film co-productions between the 21st Century Fox and Bona, including Bride Wars, which began principal photography in June of this year, or on the pipeline.
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July 16, 2014
08:14 EDTFOXA21st Century Fox confirms proposal to combine with Time Warner
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08:07 EDTFOXAFox willing to pay over $85/share for Time Warner, Bloomberg reports
Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox is willing to pay more than $85 per share for Time Warner (TWX), Bloomberg reports, citing a person with knowledge of the matter. Shares of Time Warner are trading up 20% in pre-open trading to $85.10 after Andrew Ross Sorkin reported that the company formally rejected an $80B, $85 per share takeover bid from Fox. Shares of Fox are trading up 56c to $35.75. Reference Link
07:43 EDTFOXADiscovery volatility expected to move on Time Warner rejecting 21st Century Fox
Discovery (DISCA) volatility expected to move after Time Warner (TWX) rejected an $80B offer from 21st Century Fox, (FOXA). Overall option implied volatility of 25 is near its 26-week average of according to Track Data, suggesting non-directional price movement. Discovery is expected to release of Q2 results on July 31.
07:30 EDTFOXATime Warner turned down $80B offer from 21st Century Fox, NYT says
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07:25 EDTFOXA21st Century Fox volatility expected to move on Time Warner rejecting $80B offer
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07:23 EDTFOXATime Warner volatility expected to move,rejects $80B offer from 21st Century Fox
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07:12 EDTFOXATime Warner rejected $80B offer from 21st Century Fox, CNBC reports
Time Warner (TWX) has formally rejected an $80B takeover offer from Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox (FOXA), CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reports, citing sources. The deal valued Time Warner at $85 per share and included 60% non-voting stock and 40% cash, Sorkin added. Fox would raise $24B in financing for the deal, he noted. Fox also planned on spinning off its CNN unit in an attempt to appease regulators, the reporter said. Rupert Murdoch remains "determined" to buy Time Warner, Sorkin noted, believing a combination would generate at least $1B in synergies. Time Warner has hired Citigroup and others following receipt of 21st Century Fox's offer, Sorkin added. Shares of Time Warner rallied 13% to $79.97 in pre-open trading following Sorkin's report. The stock closed yesterday down 67c to $71.01.
07:06 EDTFOXATime Warner rejected $80B offer from 21st Century Fox, CNBC reports
07:04 EDTFOXARupert Murdoch 'determined' to own Time Warner, CNBC reports
07:04 EDTFOXATime Warner hired Citigroup, others after 21st Century Fox offer, CNBC says
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07:02 EDTFOXATime Warner rejected $85/share offer from 21st Century Fox, CNBC says
July 14, 2014
16:57 EDTFOXACourt of Appeals reaffirms rejection of Fox's claims against DISH's Hopper
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16:44 EDTFOXAFox Broadcasting loses bid to halt 'Dish Anywhere,' Hollywood Reporter says
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11:14 EDTFOXA21st Century Fox unites FBC, and Fox Television in new unit
21st Century Fox announced that Dana Walden and Gary Newman will oversee a new business unit within Fox Networks Group, Fox Television Group, which will combine Fox Broadcasting Company, FBC, and 20th Century Fox Television, TCFTV. The announcement was made by Peter Rice, Chairman of Fox Networks Group, to whom both Mr. Newman and Ms. Walden will now report. Their respective appointments are effective later this month. In their new roles as Chairmen and CEOs of Fox Television Group, Mr. Newman and Ms. Walden will be responsible for all facets of the FOX broadcast network, including programming, digital, marketing and other functions. The new roles also call for the duo to continue oversight of 20th Century Fox Television, which they have led for the past 15 years. 20th Century Fox Television is comprised of the parent studio, cable production arms Fox 21 and Fox Television Studios, the licensing division Fox Consumer Products and the syndication division Twentieth Television. While both companies will be housed within Fox Television Group, FBC and TCFTV will continue to operate as independent entities, but will share financial and creative goals, and be led jointly by Ms. Walden and Mr. Newman.
08:07 EDTBONABona Film announces additional strategic investment by Fosun International
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08:05 EDTFOXA, BONABona Film chairman to acquire 21st Century Fox stake in Bona Film for $71.4M
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07:55 EDTBONABona Film trading halted, pending news
06:42 EDTFOXA'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' leads box office with $73M opening, WSJ says
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July 13, 2014
15:41 EDTFOXA21st Century Fox's 'Apes' sequel leads box office with $73M, WSJ says
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11:23 EDTFOXAHulu and South Park announce exclusive multi-year content licensing deal
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