There's no correlation between crude oil and the S&P 500 right now but there has been at times in the past, said John Kosar of Asbury Research.
AT&T is moving to capitalize on its recent merger with DirecTV by offering bundled wireless and television services.
The deal will combine the nation's second-largest wireless carrier with its biggest satellite television provider.
John Malone said that after so many mergers in the content distribution space, consolidation in the content space is inevitable.
Here's what to expect from this year's annual "summer camp for moguls" in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Mergers and acquisitions worldwide in the second quarter of 2015 almost matched the record set in the second quarter of 2007.
Roberts, who served as the company's chairman emeritus, founded Comcast when he bought a small cable system in Mississippi in 1963.
Some $70 million in research by Coatue Management this year has so far yielded three themes for investing in technology.
So far this year, 27 global M&A deals with a value greater than $10 billion were announced, a record pace for mega-dealmaking.
Dish Network is in talks to merge with T-Mobile US, though the purchase price has not been agreed upon, the Wall Street Journal reported.
These customers are not happy, according to a survey.
Companies finally may be getting the message that it's better to invest in the future.
Even though the latest GDP report showed a contraction in the economy, the Fed may have to raise rates, analysts says.
Dealmaking in the U.S. has made its strongest start to a year since Reuters records began in 1980, climbing 52 percent year on year.
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A combined Charter/Time Warner Cable would be close to Comcast's size in customers, but much larger in territory.
Ralph Nader is at it again. No, not running for president, but rather slamming Liberty Media CEO John Malone.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why so many market correction calls could be troublesome.
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower as investors eyed renewed strength in the dollar and data that could strengthen the case for a rate hike.