Lionsgate has finally closed its long-anticipated deal to buy Summit Entertainment; the merging of the two largest independent media companies creates a new massive independent entertainment company, which will release 10 to 14 movies a year.
Stocks squeezed out small gains Monday, adding to the previous week's robust rally, as investors turned their focus to fourth-quarter earnings season.
Futures gained Monday as French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German chancellor Angela Merkel met in Berlin to discuss ways to boost growth in the euro zone and to finalize a deal to increase fiscal coordination within the currency union.
Netflix has a lot to prove in 2012, specifically how successful it can be in the U.K. and Ireland. The company, whose stock lost 70 percent of its value just in the past three months, is so confident in the future of its streaming business overseas that it is even willing to take a loss in the new year.
'I may be the last man standing in America who says this but don't give up on Netflix,' says media titan and billionaire investor Todd Wagner. Here's why.
Superstitious investors who have come to believe that traditional fundamental analysis methods are haywire in the seesawing marketplace may want to consider promising stocks with beaten-down prices of under $11.
Fast Money’s Pit Boss is always trolling for unusual options action and on Friday he spotted some big fish.
Shares of Lions Gate landed on the radar after Carl Icahn announced plans to sell a lion’s share of his stake.
AMC Networks, home of “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad,” is spinning off from parent Cablevision at the end of this month and its valuation is looking as good as Don Draper in a gray business suit, according to one analyst.
Stocks sank more than 2 percent Wednesday, following several economic reports that confirmed a struggling recovery and after Moody's downgraded Greece's bond ratings deeper into junk status.
Stocks tumbled after several economic reports confirmed the economy has weakened, leading some analysts to expect further bad news in Friday's key jobs report.
The ticketing business took a turn for the worse last year — ticket sales down by double digits. Now Live Nation Entertainment and Groupon are teaming up to rev up the business with a whole new business model, launching a joint venture, called 'GrouponLive.'
Netflix continues to add subscribers at a breakneck speed — it's now the largest subscription entertainment business in the US, beating Comcast
When Netflix reports after the closing bell, the big question is whether it can keep up its dizzying run. The stock's up some 130 percent in the past 12 months on consistently surprising subscriber growth. Now there are two numbers in the spotlight — subscribers and content costs
Lionsgate's deal to distribute 'Mad Men' on Netflix after its run on AMC is more than just a syndication deal — It speaks to the growth of streaming video and the fact that Hollywood is starting to think outside its box.
Blockbuster is heading to the auction block Monday and with bidders including billionaire investor Carl Icahn, Dish Network and SK Telecom.
Fans of Mad Men, you may have disappointment on your TV-viewing horizon. This will be the first summer since the show launched five years ago that it won't air on AMC, thanks to a standoff between show creator Matthew Weiner and cable channel AMC.
Groupon has built a billion dollar business around selling small businesses' daily deals, but its big national deals Gap and Nordstroms that really put the service on the map. Groupon is now teaming up with Lionsgate's to sell tickets to "The Lincoln Lawyer," which opens this weekend.
Netflix is taking a big step to compete directly with premium movie channels like HBO by moving into original programming. Netflix is in discussions to buy exclusive rights to a series called 'House of Cards,' directed by David Fincher, starring Kevin Spacey.
Institutional Shareholder Services, the biggest proxy advisor firm, may be losing its expert grip. One of its key executives just left the firm: Qin Tuminelli, who spearheaded the mergers and acquisitions research. Tuminelli’s leaving comes just a year after the exit of Chris Young, who, as head of M&A and proxy contest research, held the signature slot on most I.S.S. opinions.