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News For CBS;DIS;CMCSA;NWSA;VIAB;GOOG;NFLX;TWC;CVC From The Last 14 Days
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March 31, 2015
07:35 EDTCMCSAComcast to immediately commence search for new CFO
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07:33 EDTTWC, CMCSAComcast enters agreement with CFO to establish new strategic company
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07:31 EDTCMCSAComcast enters agreement with CFO to establish new strategic company
06:16 EDTGOOGAT&T rolls out high-speed internet in Cupertino, WSJ says
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March 30, 2015
14:38 EDTGOOGGoDaddy IPO has many red flags, PandoDaily says
GoDaddy (GDDY) is expected to launch its IPO this week, with a range of $17-$19 per share, valuing the company at $2.7B assuming the midpoint of that range. However, PandoDaily sees a number of red flags for the IPO, including competition with Google (GOOG), a "dying market with low margins," a history of losses, heavy debt, and awkward timing for the IPO. Reference Link
12:52 EDTGOOGGoogle says aware of problem with Gmail for 'significant' number of users
Google (GOOG, GOOGL) stated in a service notice update: "We're aware of a problem with Gmail affecting a significant subset of users. The affected users are able to access Gmail, but are seeing error messages and/or other unexpected behavior. We will provide an update by 3/30/15, 1:15 PM detailing when we expect to resolve the problem. Please note that this resolution time is an estimate and may change. This is only affecting IMAP connections to Gmail." Reference Link
09:40 EDTGOOGWeb.com may see larger threat from GoDaddy than Google, says BWS Financial
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08:48 EDTCMCSAMadison Square may sell regional sports networks to Comcast, Fox, NY Post says
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08:22 EDTCMCSA, TWCComcast presents new arguments in Time Warner Cable merger case, NY Post says
Comcast (CMCSA, CMCSK) told regulators this week that its potential merger with Time Warner Cable (TWC) will not substantially affect its national broadband marketshare under recently changed FCC rules, reports the New York Post, citing sources. The move follows a ruling that establishes a heightened minimum download speed to qualify a service as "broadband," which now means that Time Warner Cable does not technically offer broadband in many markets. An antitrust lawyer working against the merger said, "Thatís grasping at straws." Reference Link
07:38 EDTGOOGSenate to investigate FTC decision to not sue Google, NY Post says
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07:36 EDTTWC, CMCSAConcerns over Comcast deal overdone, says Wells Fargo
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07:28 EDTNFLXPalo Alto Networks to hold a security conference
Ignite 2015 is being held in Las Vegas on March 30-April 1.
06:03 EDTGOOGU.K. court to allow privacy lawsuit against Google, FT says
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March 29, 2015
19:57 EDTDISDreamWorks' 'Home' leads at weekend box office with $54M
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March 27, 2015
19:00 EDTGOOGMicrosoft, Yahoo extend search partnership discussions for 30 days
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15:14 EDTGOOGJohnson & Johnson not likely to buy Intuitive Surgical, says BofA/Merrill
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11:17 EDTDISWalt Disney volatility at low end of range as shares near record high
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09:59 EDTGOOGJohnson & Johnson to collaborate with Google to advance surgical robots
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08:03 EDTGOOGYouTube experiments with ultra-high-def video, TechCrunch says
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06:14 EDTTWCAT&T betting on slow decline in traditional cable packages, WSJ says
AT&T (T) knew that demand for cable bundles had likely peaked when it bought DirecTV (DTV), but the company believes the decline in traditional cable businesses will be slower than anticipated, allowing it to fund upgrades to its broadband network, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing statements by Chief Strategy Officer John Stankey. "The world is going to be broadband... and that is where we want to be," said Stankey. The Journal notes that Apple (AAPL), Time Warner's (TWC) HBO, and Dish (DISH) have launched or plan to launch web-TV packages and services. Reference Link
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