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Nancy McKinstry, CEO of professional publishers, Wolters Kluwer, tells CNBC that the quarter was online with their expectations, with digital products achieving good growth.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC's "Closing Bell," CEO Bob Iger, called it "all in, a great quarter for the company." Showing the strongest gains of any of the divisions, parks and resorts revenue grew 14 percent while operating income grew 73 percent.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Disney's CEO Bob Iger discusses what's driving results, and his expectations for the summer season. "We've seen a steadily improving economy," he says.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Disney's Q2 earnings data. The company earned revenues of $10.55 billion.
Electronic Arts reported earnings that fell short of analyst expectations but revenue and its outlook topped forecasts.
Disney is set to report Q1 earnings after today's closing bell, and the stock is at an all-time high. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the Electronic Arts video game deal for LucasFilm brands. Alan Gould, Evercore Partners, weighs in.
Gregg Spiridellis, JibJab co-creator and CEO, discusses his company's latest venture which encourages multi-platform learning for children.
Earnings reports for the rest of the week will offer some crucial insight into how the US consumer — and the larger economy — is doing.
Disney is due to report earnings tomorrow, and options traders are confident on the stock, with Scott Nations of NationsShares.
Electronic Arts will develop and publish new Star Wars video games around the world under a multi-year exclusive licensing deal with Walt Disney announced late Monday.
"Iron Man" took in $175 million, the second biggest opening ever behind "The Avengers," reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
With Disney trading around an all-time high, the big question is whether the media giant's fiscal second quarter earnings will beat expectations and send the stock even higher.
Over-the-top providers like Netflix are changing the business, but major content producers will always generate a premium price, CBS Corp. chief Les Moonves tells CNBC.
Richard Gelfond, IMAX CEO, discusses "Iron Man 3's" huge debut this weekend, and provides a preview on summer movies sales.
Google is on the verge of unveiling an à la carte subscription service for some of YouTube's specialist video channels, the Financial Times reports.
There's a potentially huge marketplace being born for second-hand digital content, but can it can survive the challenges to its existence.
F. Scott Fitzgerald didn't get much for film payments Here's what he got in 1926.
LinkedIn beat expectations, but growth across all three of its divisions, and member growth to 225 million, didn't help its stock, which plummeted ten percent after-hours.
Is high frequency trading doing more harm than good for the markets right now? Sal Arnuk, Themis Trading, explains.
Facebook stock is on the upswing lately. Arvind Bhatia, Sterne Agee & Leach, offers insight on earnings after the bell.
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