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Discussing which tech titan may post the best stock returns in 2013, with Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics and Jeff Kilburg of KKM Financial.
Anthony DiClemente, Barclays analyst, breaks down the media company's first quarter earnings, and provides an outlook on future growth prospects, by taking its intellectual property and pushing it through the Disney machine.
Time Warner increased its dividend by 11 percent, and authorized a new $4 billion buyback. CNBC's Julia Boorstin spoke with its CEO Jeff Bewkes for more insight.
Jeffrey Bewkes, Chairman & CEO of Time Warner, breaks down the company's fourth quarter numbers, weighs in on news of possible layoffs and the sale of its Time Warner Center in New York City.
John Malone's Liberty Global struck a deal to buy British cable group Virgin Media for about $23 billion, a move that would put the U.S. billionaire up against old rival Rupert Murdoch.
The 'Dude' wants his old job, asking friends and strangers to "go crazy - tweet and facebook Dell Computers if you want to bring me back."
Several BlackBerry watchers are honing in on a potential problem -- the absence of several big apps may spell trouble for the company's new smartphone.
Disney reports after the bell Tuesday -- analysts will be watching the media networks division. Here's why.
Both companies are expected to benefit from rising fees for their cable channels as well as growing advertising revenue thanks to political campaigns.
John Malone's Liberty Global has opened talks with Britain's Virgin Media over a takeover that would increase the U.S. cable group's dominance in Europe and step up a challenge to media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Three book publishers are launching Bookish, billed as "a one-stop, comprehensive online destination designed to connect readers with books and authors."
Just days after Netflix debuted its long-awaited original show, "House of Cards," many are wondering how it fared. Did the show, which premiered Friday, lure in new subscribers or get current subscribers to hunker down and watch it all weekend?
CNBC's Julia Boorstin explains Twitter was the real "winner" in last night's big ad game. Also, a look at how several brands were able to take advantage of the power outage by using it as a marketing opportunity.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports which financial, media and energy companies are reporting earnings next week. Visa, Disney and Anadarko are among the names. (1:06)
This year, PepsiCo(PEP)'s Doritos brand is stepping up its 'Crash the Bowl' Super Bowl ad campaign, with the help of Producer and Director, Michael Bay.
CNBC's Brian Shactman reveals which ads were among the favorites with fans at last night's big game. And, Herb Greenberg reports BlackBerry and Best Buy tried their hand at Super Bowl ads this year.
A version of a commercial from SodaStream International was not televised during Super Bowl Sunday. The more aggressive ad, which features Coca-Cola and Pepsi bottles exploding, is instead going viral on YouTube.
New Orleans is bracing for fallout from the Super Bowl power outage that stopped the game for more than 30 minutes.
The producers of "Spider-Man" on Broadway and ousted director Julie Taymor told CNBC they're ready to settle their long-running court case.
Stephen Davies, CEO, Javelin Wealth Management says he had reduced his cash weights and remains fully weighted on equities, with an emphasis on Asia and emerging markets.
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