AT&T needs content, but Time Warner's wealth of series and movies shows it didn't need distribution help.
Tesla's low ranking in a recent Consumer Reports reliability survey reveals something compelling about the Model 3.
Consumer Reports did not give the Tesla brand high marks for reliability overall, but said the Model S has improved, and they recommend the car.
The computer vision chip behind Project Tango and DJI's Phantom drone is coming to security, reports The Verge.
The ex-wife of a former Subway pitchman filed a suit, saying Subway received reports about his sexual interest in children but took no action.
Shaq joins Krispy Kreme as both an owner of a Krispy Kreme Doughnuts franchise and as global spokesperson for the brand. Eater reports.
Tesla scored poorly in Consumer Report's 2016 Annual Auto Reliability Survey, with the Model X being particularly problematic.
An American brand has finally joined the ranks of those building the best vehicles.
Top-rated analyst Kate McShane of Citigroup on Monday released a list of her favorite stock picks for this holiday season, including Williams-Sonoma.
The executive was known for helping companies like Discovery Communications and HBO expand their digital presence.
The telecommunications company purchased Time Warner for more than $85 billion, adding premium content to its portfolio.
Cramer's comments come as U.S. lawmakers and industry groups scrutinize the AT&T and Time Warner $85.4 billion merger.
Forearm Forklift was thriving until cheap knockoffs flooded Amazon, sending sales tumbling and jeopardizing the manufacturer's future.
Restaurant Brands reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by new menu items and lower costs.
Time Warner was trading at about an 18 percent discount to AT&T's offer price, an unusually wide spread for a just-announced merger.
There's a shortage of fresh avocados and in some areas prices for the popular green fruit have tripled.
The AT&T-Time Warner deal works in theory, but investment expert Ivan Feinseth is not so confident it will work in practice.
As a Time Warner shareholder, Mario Gabelli tells CNBC the $85 billion agreement with AT&T is an interesting exit. He said he's OK with it.
The proposed $85 billion merger faces tough regulatory scrutiny, but the potential to challenge cable companies may make a compelling case.
AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson tells CNBC the telecommunications giant's mega-deal to buy Time Warner is a "pure vertical integration."
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