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Clearwire and Sprint Nextel are planning to merge their wireless broadband units to create a new $14.55 billion wireless communications company.
Dollar finally rallying today after a couple of down days. Metal commodities lower, but energy commodities flat. Modest pop in futures as first quarter productivity rose a better than expected 2.2% vs expectations of 1.5%.
Don't count this company out like Cramer did. It's making a comeback.
You can't pick your family, but you can pick your stocks. When you’re buying along bloodlines how can you separate the black sheep from the family jewels?
Following are the week’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Comcast and Wrigley popped while SunMicrosystems and Deere dropped.
For the week ending Friday, May 9, 2008, the U.S. Markets were negative for the week, with the Dow falling more than 200 points on Wednesday, making it the biggest point drop since 4/11/08.
In Thursday’s Web Extra the traders reveal how they’re playing Comcast after shares surge on strong growth in broadband. Also get Pete Najarian’s casino trade.
The nation's largest cable provider, Comcast, reported its quarterly earnings in line with expectations. Better than expected gains of subscribers to high-speed Internet and digital phone services reassured Wall Street that Comcast is holding it own in competition with the likes of DirecTV and AT&T.
Farewell April. you weren't as cruel to the stock market as you could have been.
Today in Time Warner's post-earnings conference call CEO Jeff Bewkes announced some interesting news about the company's new strategy about distributing home video. Warner Bros. will offer its DVD film titles on video-on-demand the same day they release the DVDs--what they call a "day and date" release in Hollywood.
Wall Street has been waiting for news on how Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes is going to shake up the company. Today investors didn't get too many details, but they did get affirmation that he's moving forward with the plan.
Time Warner plans to split off its cable services division to lift its sluggish stock price as it also reported quarterly earnings Wednesday that fell just short of Wall Street's expectations.
Redneck" and "Wall Street" are not often mentioned in the same sentence, but they're close companions where Mark Travis is concerned. The chief investment officer of Intrepid Capital Funds counts so-called "redneck" shares among his favorites.
Comcast, the cable giant, and file sharing web site BitTorrent, seem like natural enemies. The cable company wants to keep "broadband-hogging" BitTorrent from slowing down its system.
The battlelines have been drawn and now the selection begins. Who will make the cut in this year’s Fast Money Madness tournament?
Hulu.com is finally going public on Wednesday. After a four-and-a-half-month long public beta, the video site, co-founded and jointly owned by News Corp. and NBC Universal, is launching officially.
The six largest cable companies are planning to form a jointly owned company that would allow national advertisers to buy customized ads and interactive ads across the companies’ systems.
Stocks are mixed today, but the Dow is down more than 2.5 percent for the week. CNBC asked the pros for advice on helping investors protect their portfolios in these uncertain market times.
"I think there's lots of good ideas in a market that's difficult," George Shipp of Scott & Stringfellow told CNBC. He spoke at the end of a difficult week, following the release of difficult jobs data, with the economy and the market still facing difficult credit challenges.
TiVo announced its earnings Wednesday, showing the results of its new, broader focus-- licensing its technology to cable companies, selling interactive TV ads and results of whether those ads are watched, and pushing forward with movie and music downloads.