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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.
Jeff Bewkes, CEO of Time Warner, said that "Netflix is competition, but it's reasonable competition."
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.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks to Disney CEO Robert Iger about advertising trends, where consumers are spending and his outlook for the global economy.
Both companies are expected to benefit from rising fees for their cable channels as well as growing advertising revenue thanks to political campaigns.
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?
Investors are wondering if the company can turn itself around, or if it's doomed to continue to decline as people spend more time on mobile devices.
Super Bowl Sunday is an economic boon for many U.S. companies, and the impact is perhaps no stronger than in the food service industry, two food CEOs told CNBC on Monday.
Phil Ehart, Kansas drummer & band manager, provides an inside look at the current state of the music business, as the band celebrates its 40th anniversary.
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.
Director Michael Bay sits down with Julia Boorstin to talk about this year's Super Bowl ads, how he picks blockbuster scripts and his perspective on the stock market.
'Gangnam Style,' made famous by Korean pop star Psy, is now being used to market new cigarettes in Canada. The Global Post reports.
What to expect when two giants—Viacom and Time Warner Cable—report quarterly earnings before the bell on Thursday.
Two movie production-distribution companies plan to expand if allowed to raise funds on the Shanghai exchange.
Elliott Management's Paul Singer, long-famous for making Argentina miserable, turns out to be an investor in "Les Miserables." Yes, that Les Miserables. As in, the movie.
Celebrity gravesites become popular attractions, visited by tourists hoping to connect with their once living idol. See some of the most popular celebrity gravesites of all time.
Twitter blames "human error" for pornographic video slipping into Vine's "Editor's Picks" section.
Iran hostage drama "Argo" won the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, while Daniel Day-Lewis and Jennifer Lawrence took acting honors, as Hollywood celebrated its own and helped sharpen the race for Oscar glory in February.
The "Mad Money" crew takes a look back at some of the most memorable moments of the week, including one female caller who tells Cramer she woke up to his "sexy voice" on her "CNBC Alarm Clock" app.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is focusing on investing in original content.