Jim Cramer saluted the decision-making power behind the entertainment giant.
Benjamin Swinburne, Morgan Stanley, discusses his call to upgrade Disney to "buy" and raise its price target. The "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders weigh in.
Rich Greenfield, BTIG analyst, weighs in on the future of Disney.
*Walt Disney rises after CEO says open to extending term. Feb 8- U.S. stocks were little changed late Wednesday morning as investors assessed a flood of quarterly earnings reports. Financial stocks, which have gained the most since Donald Trump's victory in the U.S.
The entertainment titan also reported revenue that missed expectations in most of its segments.
*Walt Disney rises after CEO says open to extending term. Feb 8- U.S. stocks were slightly lower on Wednesday, weighed down by losses in bank and healthcare stocks. Oil prices fell 0.5 percent as an increase in U.S. crude inventories and a slump in Chinese demand implied that global oil markets remain oversupplied despite OPEC- led efforts to cut output.
Digital distribution platforms will lift the sluggish sports network and unlock Disney's stock, Steve Cahall says.
LOS ANGELES— Disney CEO Bob Iger says the company will open its Star Wars-themed lands at California's Disneyland and Florida's Walt Disney World in 2019.. During the company's earnings call Tuesday, Iger also set an opening date of May 27 for the new World of AVATAR attraction at Disney World's Animal Kingdom. The Walt Disney Company is based in Burbank,...
Tigress Financial Partners' Ivan Feinseth sounds an optimistic note on Disney, on the back of its theme park and movie business.
After Disney missed revenue expectations on Tuesday, the "Fast Money" traders lay out their reasons why the entertainment stock is still a "buy."
Iger, a member of Trump's business council, said that doesn't mean, however, that the U.S. shouldn't consider ways to improve that relationship.
The company faces "a time of transition" as consumers abandon expensive cable subscriptions, said Morgan Stanley analyst Benjamin Swinburne. That shift threatens Disney mainstays such as ABC and ESPN. Profit dropped 14 percent to $2.48 billion on revenue that declined 3 percent to $14.78 billion.
Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks to CNBC's Julia Boorstin about a possible trade war with China under the Trump administration, and his outlook on theme parks.
Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks to CNBC's Julia Boorstin about his succession plan and President Trump's immigration ban.
Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks to CNBC's Julia Boorstin about the future of ESPN and outlook on Disney.
Feb 7- Chief Executive Bob Iger said he is open to extending his term as head of Walt Disney Co, offering a sign of stability after the media company disappointed some investors with a drop in quarterly advertising at its ESPN sports network. Still, the unexpected drop in revenue overshadowed Disney's profit figure, which beat Wall Street expectations.
Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research, and Tony Wible, Drexel Hamilton, discuss their cautious views on Disney's stock ahead of earnings.
Michael Morris, Guggenheim Securities, provides insight to what the Street will be watching in Disney's quarterly results and the impact of Bob Iger extending his stay at the company.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy provides a look at Street expectation when Disney reports quarterly results after the close.
Jim Stewart, New York Times, weighs in on the future of Disney.