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News For SNE;DIS From The Last 14 Days
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April 22, 2015
05:54 EDTSNEFireEye president: Sony hack 'not an insider,' Re/code reports
FireEye (FEYE) president Kevin Mandia said Code/Enterprise in San Francisco that last year's Sony (SNE) hack was "definitely not an insider," Re/code reports. Mandia believes the Sony hack was "clearly" the work of a government. Reference Link
April 21, 2015
18:53 EDTDISFox, NBC say Verizon cable packages violate license terms, Washington Post says
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13:34 EDTDISEarnings Watch: Yahoo shares dropped more than 6.5% since last earnings report
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07:37 EDTSNEMad Catz Interactive extends agreement with Harmonix for Rock Band 4
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April 20, 2015
17:04 EDTDISOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Monday
Stocks on Wall Street were higher for the day, beginning the session sharply higher and remaining in positive territory throughout. China’s central bank announced a reduction in bank reserve requirements in an effort to increase liquidity and spur economic growth within the country. Following the open, the market moved in a relatively narrow range as investors await the latest round of earnings reports for one of the season's heavier weeks. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the Chicago Fed National Activity Index came in at 0.42 versus expectations for positive 0.1. In Asia, the People's Bank of China lowered its reserve requirement ratio, by 1 percentage point, the lowest since the financial crisis. Despite this, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 1.6% because regulators had already begun curbing speculative trading on Friday. COMPANY NEWS: Morgan Stanley (MS) advanced 0.57%, or 21c, to $36.96 after reporting earnings prior to the market open. The bank beat on both EPS and revenue, and also raised its dividend to 15c from 10c. CEO James Gorman was pleased with the quarter and cited growth across the majority of the company's operations. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Hasbro (HAS), which rose 12.55% to end the session at $74.16 after reporting EPS and revenue in excess of analyst expectations. During its earnings conference call, the company appeared confident on its 2015 offerings which include Disney (DIS) Princess and Frozen product lines. Also higher was Rovi (ROVI), gaining 8.64% to close the day at $19.11 after renewing its licensing and program guide agreement with Charter (CHTR). Among the noteworthy losers was Caesars Entertainment (CZR), tumbling 17.01% to $10 after failing to reach an agreement on its restructuring. Also lower were a number of medical companies involved in the development of CAR-T cancer therapies, including Kite Pharma (KITE), Juno Therapeutics (JUNO), blue bird bio (BLUE), and ZIOPHARM Oncology (ZIOP). The drop followed disappointing, small-scale studies presented during the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research. INDEXES: The Dow rose 208.63, or 1.17%, to 18,034.93, the Nasdaq advanced 62.79, or 1.27%, to 4,994.6, and the S&P 500 gained 19.22, or 0.92%, to 2,100.4.
06:03 EDTDISESPN raises objections to Verizon FiOS TV packages, WSJ reports
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April 19, 2015
15:24 EDTSNEComcast's 'Furious 7' leads U.S. weekend box office with $29.1M
For the weekend of April 19, Universal's (CMCSA, CMCSK) "Furious 7" topped domestic box office charts at $29.1M. Sony's (SNE) "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" landed in second place with $24M for the weekend while Universal's "Unfriended" came in third with $16M. Fox's (FOX, FOXA) "Home" and "The Longest Ride" took fourth and fifth place at $10.3M and $6.8M, respectively. Data gathered by Rentrak.
14:17 EDTSNESony stock may rise 20% over next year, Barron's says
Shares of Sony (SNE) are likely to jump 20% during the next year, Barron's contends in its "Follow Up" column. Barron's notes that the company is rumored to supply camera chips for Apple's (AAPL) iPhone 7, and Sony could also look to exit its TV and mobile phone businesses. Reference Link
April 17, 2015
16:11 EDTDISOptions Update; April 17, 2015
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13:39 EDTSNEElectronic Arts says Star Wars Battlefront begins shipping November 17
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07:15 EDTSNEMarch NPD video game software sales declined 3%, says Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray notes March NPD video game software sales declined 3% year-over-year, with major titles for the month including Electronic Arts' (EA) Battlefield Hardline, Bloodborne from Sony (SNE) and Take-Two's (TTWO) Grand Theft Auto V. Piper notes the monthly decline is the first in 2015, leaving the segment up 2% through the first three months combined. It keeps Overweight ratings on Activision Blizzard (ATVI), Electronic Arts, GameStop (GME) and Take-Two.
07:00 EDTDISDisney price target raised to $120 from $105 at Jefferies
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05:53 EDTSNEWikiLeaks publishes previously hacked Sony emails, Financial Times reports
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April 16, 2015
08:01 EDTDISJPMorgan positive on Disney into Q2 earnings report
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07:13 EDTDISDisney and Corus Entertainment sign licensing agreement in Canada
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April 15, 2015
09:02 EDTDISDolby Vision to launch with Disney's Tomorrowland, Disney Pixar's Inside Out
Dolby Laboratories (DLB) and The Walt Disney Studios (DIS) announced that Disney’s Tomorrowland, in theatres May 22, 2015, and Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, in theatres June 19, 2015, will be the first Dolby Vision titles to be shown at Dolby Cinema™ locations around the globe. In addition, Disney’s The Jungle Book, due out April 15, 2016, will also be presented in Dolby Vision, with more titles to be announced.
April 14, 2015
13:20 EDTSNERecord labels lobby for better royalties from YouTube, Dailymotion, FT says
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry alleged Tuesday that certain digital video platforms including Google's (GOOG) YouTube and Orange's (ORAN) Dailymotion are relying too much on "safe harbour" laws to avoid paying royalties to record labels, reports the Financial Times, citing statements by IFPI CEO Frances Moore. The move comes as the European Commission weighs reforming EU copyright law. The IFPI is a recording industry group that counts Sony (SNE) Music Entertainment and Vivendi's (VIVHY) Universal Music Group among its members. Reference Link
05:54 EDTSNESony creates unit built for local language production, Financial Times says
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April 13, 2015
08:42 EDTSNEPandora rises after Spotify reportedly valued above $8B in fundraising
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07:22 EDTDISWave of media M&A may be on the way, WSJ says
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