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April 22, 2014
04:55 EDTAOL, AOL, DISH, DISH, VIA, VIA, IBM, IBM, NLSN, NLSN, GE, GE, UL, UL, TWC, TWC, RCI, RCI, CBS, CBS, CVS, CVS, SPLS, SPLS, TWX, TWXNatural E Creative Group to hold a summit
2nd Annual Chief Digital Officer Summit is being held in New York on April 22-23.
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November 13, 2015
10:53 EDTCBSCBS management to meet with Barrington
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09:11 EDTGEGE Capital's CDF extends MarineMax financing through 2018
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08:23 EDTTWCSeaport Global to hold a conference
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06:43 EDTGESumitomo Mitsui to start talks with GE's Japan leasing division, Nikkei reports
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November 12, 2015
19:41 EDTTWCAT&T, Verizon ask FCC to limit Charter/Time Warner Cable merger, Bloomberg says
A trade group for AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) petitioned the FCC to limit Charter's (CHTR) coordination with other cable companies if the merger with Time Warner Cable (TWC) is allowed to proceed, reports Bloomberg. USTelecom also asked the FCC for restrictions on John Malone, Charter's largest shareholder. Reference Link
19:29 EDTDISH, TWCDISH files reply with FCC on proposed Charter/Time Warner Cable merger
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18:32 EDTTWXHulu in talks to sell stake to Time Warner, WSJ says
Hulu, a joint venture of Disney (DIS), Comcast (CMCSA, CMCSK), and Fox (FOX, FOXA), is in talks to sell a stake in the company to Time Warner (TWX) that would value the service at more than $5B, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing sources. The potential deal would see Time Warner becoming an equal stakeholder alongside the aforementioned companies, with Disney, Comcast, and Fox each reducing their stakes 25% from roughly 33%, said the report. The news comes as Hulu and other players in the media space aim to compete with Netflix (NFLX) and Amazon (AMZN), said the Journal. Reference Link
17:21 EDTTWXNetflix down 1% after DJ reports Hulu in talks to sell stake to Time Warner
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16:00 EDTGEOptions Update; November 12, 2015
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up 1.28 to 20.18. Option volume leaders: GE AAPL MNKD XOM BAC FB SUNE CSCO NFLX SYF BABA MSFT
15:51 EDTTWXHulu in talks to sell stake to Time Warner, DJ says
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12:02 EDTVIAOn The Fly: Top stock stories at midday
Stocks on Wall Street opened deep in negative territory but the averages began to pare their losses almost immediately. All eyes and ears were on Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who gave a welcoming speech at a Fed conference, though she did not discuss policy or the economy. Other Fed speakers talked about the lack of inflation as well as interest rate expectations, but their comments so far this morning have failed to clarify expectations for the December meeting. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., initial jobless claims were unchanged at 276,000 in the week of November 7, versus expectations for 270,000 first-time claims. The JOLTS report showed job openings rebounded 149,000 to 5.53M in September. In Europe, European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, in remarks delivered in a hearing in the European Parliament, once again signaled that the bank is ready to boost stimulus at its December meeting as warranted. COMPANY NEWS: Shares of Angie's List (ANGI) jumped 12% after Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp (IACI), the parent company of HomeAdvisor, made public a $8.75 per share cash buyout offer. Yelp (YELP), which also connects people with local businesses via its web-based and mobile services, advanced 8% following the revelation of the takeout bid for Angie's List... Department store owner Kohl's (KSS), which was weak yesterday along with virtually every company in the space following Macy's (M) disappointing results, bounced back 6% after its third quarter report topped expectations on both the top and bottom lines... Advance Auto Parts (AAP) sunk 13% after its earnings missed the consensus forecast, its profit guidance was lowered, its CEO announced plans to retire and Starboard's CEO Jeff Smith was appointed to the company's board. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Eros International (EROS), which rallied more than 8.5% after it called allegations of security laws violations "baseless and misleading." Also higher was Viacom (VIAB), which gained 2.5% after it quarterly earnings came in roughly in-line with consensus estimates. Among the noteworthy losers was Fairmount Santrol (FMSA), which fell 20% after reporting downbeat third quarter earnings and suspending its earnings guidance due to market uncertainty. Also lower was Flower Foods (FLO), which dropped 10% after it reported quarterly earnings and narrowed its fiscal 2015 guidance. INDEXES: Near midday, the Dow was down 147.82, or 0.84%, to 17,554.40, the Nasdaq was down 18.15, or 0.36%, to 5,048.87, and the S&P 500 was down 13.77, or 0.66%, to 2,061.23.
11:35 EDTSPLSEU extends Staples, Office Depot investigation to March 2, Reuters says
Antitrust regulators in the European Union have extended their investigation into office suppler Staples' (SPLS) offer to acquire rival Office Depot (ODP) by a few weeks to March 2, says Reuters. Reference Link
10:08 EDTTWCCharter CEO says confident in getting approval for Time Warner Cable deal
Charter CEO Tom Rutledge is speaking on CNBC.
09:06 EDTVIAViacom expects 2016 profit to benefit from 2H16 due to summer film releases
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08:53 EDTVIAViacom says it is 'starting to turn the corner'
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07:03 EDTTWX, VIALiberty Media announces plan to recapitalize into three tracking stock groups
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06:57 EDTVIAViacom reports Q4 Media Networks revenue up 5% to $2.79B
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06:56 EDTVIAViacom reports Q4 EPS cont ops $1.54, consensus $1.53
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06:25 EDTGEGE may shut down Hudson River cleanup, WSJ says
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05:40 EDTIBMIBM, HCL Technologies announce strategic partnership
IBM and HCL Technologies announced a strategic partnership to jointly build hybrid cloud solutions to help enterprises drive their digital transformations. HCL will use Bluemix, IBM's Cloud platform to build applications and solutions in the areas of Unified Service Management and Internet of Things. HCL will also use IBM Cloud's Infrastructure as a Service, SoftLayer, to offer cloud-based solutions to its clients.
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