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  • Rupert Murdoch

    Tribune Publishing on Monday refuted rumors that the company has put itself up for sale.

  • "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay— Part 2" held on to its first-place spot in its second weekend in theaters, earning $51.6 million to top "The Good Dinosaur" and "Creed," which both debuted Wednesday, according to Rentrak estimates on Sunday. Disney and Pixar's animated dinosaur movie took second place, bringing in $39.2 million Friday through Sunday, while "Creed," a new...

  • Nov 27- Rupert Murdoch, co-chairman of Wall Street Journal publisher News Corp, on Friday said he had "strong word" that the Tribune Publishing Co's newspaper group will be bought by a Wall Street firm, while the Los Angeles Times will be split off and purchased by local investors including philanthropist Eli Broad. In September Tribune's board said the Los...

  • Nov 27- Wall Street was little changed in light trading on Friday, with consumer stocks falling as investors worried about early reports on the U.S. holiday shopping season and Disney weighed. U.S. stock markets were scheduled to close three hours early at 1 p.m. ET after being shuttered all day Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday. "We're going to get today over...

  • Disney's ESPN subscribers fall more than 3% Friday, 27 Nov 2015 | 12:08 PM ET

    Disney's ESPN saw a 3.2 percent drop in subscribers, in a market where viewers are migrating to newer forms of sports coverage.

  • Nov 27- U.S. media stocks fell on Friday after Walt Disney Co's disclosure of a drop in subscribers at ESPN spooked investors, underscoring concerns that viewers are increasingly opting for online streaming over pay TV. Disney's shares were down 3.6 percent at $114.44, weighing the most on the Dow Jones industrial average on a relatively quiet day for the U.S....

  • 1. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay— Part 2," Lionsgate, $102,665,981, 4,175 locations, $24,591 average, $102,665,981, 1 week. 2. "Spectre," Sony, $15,043,729, 3,659 locations, $4,111 average, $154,146,608, 3 weeks. 3. "The Peanuts Movie," 20th Century Fox, $13,203,590, 3,671 locations, $3,597 average, $99,346,727, 3 weeks.

  • US tech vows to fight DC on encryption Monday, 23 Nov 2015 | 12:17 PM ET
    Hacking hacker cyber security

    The Paris terror attacks are forcing big tech companies to battle Republicans and Democrats on encryption.

  • LOS ANGELES— "Mockingjay— Part 2," the final "Hunger Games" film, soared to a $101 million opening in its first weekend in theaters, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday. Lionsgate split the final book in Suzanne Collins' trilogy into two films, following the precedent of "Twilight" and " Harry Potter." "Mockingjay— Part 1" opened on this weekend last year to $121.9 million,...

  • UK's Sky launches new premium TV service Wednesday, 18 Nov 2015 | 10:17 AM ET

    However, he said last week there was an opportunity to raise prices in Britain. Sky, which has 12 million customers in Britain and Ireland, faces fierce competition in the pay-TV market from cable operator Virgin Media and telecoms giant BT, which has raised the stakes in bidding for sports TV broadcasting rights in the last three years. Sky, which is 39 percent...

  • Wall Street firms despite terror concerns Wednesday, 18 Nov 2015 | 7:17 AM ET

    U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, despite European equities being under pressure on security concerns after Friday's attacks in Paris.

  • 9 US companies most exposed in Europe Monday, 16 Nov 2015 | 3:59 PM ET
    Belgian police stage a raid, in search of suspected muslim fundamentalists linked to the deadly attacks in Paris, in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek, November 16. 2015.

    Instability in Europe may cause problems for the U.S. companies most concentrated in the region. USA Today reports.

  • Buffett's not selling overseas — he's buying Monday, 16 Nov 2015 | 12:01 PM ET
    Warren Buffett

    Investors need to have exposure to overseas stocks after 6 years of a US bull market. Here's a look at how Buffett gradually went global.

  • Early movers: HOT, MAR, TCO, DIS, GS, WMT & more Monday, 16 Nov 2015 | 7:50 AM ET
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Early movers: JCP, FIT, TYC, EPC, YELP, TWC & more Friday, 13 Nov 2015 | 8:09 AM ET
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Nov 12- Viacom Inc is cutting the number of TV advertisements it airs in a bid to boost ratings. They added that a drop in ads would only put Viacom in line with rivals rather than turn it into a premium, low-ad destination. By slashing ads Viacom is following some of its leading rivals in an attempt to reverse declining ratings and advertising revenues as' cord...

  • Condoms, mustaches find mutual cause in Movember Monday, 9 Nov 2015 | 1:16 PM ET
    Movember 2015 Kick-Off Party

    Marketers are latching onto meme-worthy holidays like Movember to help promote their causes and gain a social presence.

  • China's Bona Film to fund Fox movies in $235 mln deal Thursday, 5 Nov 2015 | 9:27 PM ET

    SHANGHAI, Nov 6- Chinese film distributor Bona Film Group Ltd will invest $235 million into a slate of Twentieth Century Fox movies, the latest in a wave of tie-ups between Hollywood and Chinese partners to tap China's fast-growing box office. "We look forward to participating in more mainstream Hollywood productions and bringing high-quality foreign films...

  • Disney-owned channels coming to PlayStation Vue Thursday, 5 Nov 2015 | 11:43 AM ET

    Nov 5- Users of PlayStation Vue, Sony Corp's cloud-based TV service in the United States, will soon be able to stream content from channels owned by Walt Disney Co, including ESPN, ABC Family and the Disney Channel. Sony already has streaming deals for channels such as Viacom Inc's MTV and VH1 as well as channels owned by CBS Corp and AMC Networks Inc and Twenty-First...

  • LOS ANGELES, Nov 4- Time Warner Inc on Wednesday re-ignited concerns that U.S. consumers are shifting to Internet television faster than expected and creating challenges to major media companies that have thrived with programming on pay TV. Traditional media companies' shares fell after Time Warner said during its quarterly conference call that it needed to...