RBC Capital Markets issued a note outlining whether Disney should consider divesting ESPN, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman will chair Trump's forum, which will feature the heads of some of the largest American companies.
WASHINGTON, Dec 2- President-elect Donald Trump announced the formation of a council to advise him on job creation, a group comprised of the leaders of a variety of major U.S. corporations including GE, GM, Boeing, Disney and IBM. Stephen Schwarzman, chief executive officer of major investment firm Blackstone Group LP, will chair the council. In 2011, Obama convened...
WASHINGTON, Dec 2- President-elect Donald Trump announced the formation of a council to advise him on job creation, a group comprised of the leaders of a variety of major U.S. corporations including GE and GM to Boeing, Disney and IBM. In 2011, Obama convened a jobs council that was led by General Electric Co CEO Jeff Immelt and an export council headed by Xerox Corp...
The President's Strategic and Policy Forum will hold its first meeting at the White House in the first week of February, shortly after Trump takes office on Jan. 20. Stephen Schwarzman, CEO of the Blackstone Group investment firm, will lead the group. He has tapped former Goldman Sachs partner Steven Mnuchin as Treasury secretary and investment banker Wilbur...
Jim Cramer uncovers why buyers are snapping up big names following the election of Donald Trump.
David Miller, Loop Capital, weighs in on Disney's earnings miss, and the future of the ESPN.
Cramer says, "The stock stops right there, does a U-turn, and goes up four points."
Mario Gabelli, GAMCO Investors chairman & CEO, weighs in on the likelihood of a Viacom/CBS merger and why he would like to see Bob Iger run it. Also Gabelli shares his thoughts on the AT&T/Time Warner deal, and the future of News Corp.
J.C. Penney, Walt Disney and Nordstrom stocks are making moves this Friday morning to wrap up the trading week.
Benjamin Mogil, Stifel Nicolaus, breaks down Disney's quarterly numbers, weighs in on the slump in ESPN subscribers, and discusses the challenges ahead for the company.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says the entertainment giant is going through a transition, predicting modest growth next fiscal year.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said he respects the decision of American voters to elect Donald Trump and is hopeful about the future of the country.
Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company, talks about his views on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
Several media buyers said the company is not as advanced when it comes to using data insights to target consumers beyond age and gender.
The Walt Disney CEO said that a so far "smooth" transition of power to President-elect Donald Trump bodes well for business.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports details from Disney's earnings conference call, including what CEO Bob Iger has to say.
The company said it saw operating income fall for its cable networks partly due to struggles at ESPN.
Nov 10- Walt Disney Co reported lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday, hit by lower advertising sales and subscriber losses at the ESPN sports network. Excluding items, the company earned $1.10 per share, missing the $1.16 consensus forecast of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. "There is nothing in the release that changes investor views...
Revenue in Disney's cable networks business, which includes the company's cash cow ESPN and the youth-focused Disney Channel, fell 6.8 percent to $3.96 billion. The future of ESPN has been in focus since August 2015 when Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger acknowledged "modest" subscriber losses at the sports network. Disney's movie business generated revenue of...