Peter Chernin, Chernin Entertainment chairman and CEO and former News Corp president, speaks to CNBC's Jon Fortt about the potential deal between AT&T and Time Warner, and the current media landscape.
Michael McCormack, Jefferies equity analyst, discusses the potential deal between AT&T and Time Warner, and why it is unlikely to happen.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss the potential deal between AT&T and Time Warner.
Senior executives from both companies have begun chats over business strategies, according to Bloomberg.
Shares of Time Warner soar on a report indicating AT&T and Time Warner executives have held informal talks about a possible merger. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
Several "safety" stocks have reversed their paths higher this year; and some still may be worth a buy.
As a result of stolen email messages released by WikiLeaks, we now know what President Barack Obama's email address was during the presidential transition.
A day of mostly listless trading on Wall Street ended Thursday with U.S. stocks giving back modest gains from the day before. Telecom sector stocks declined the most, weighed down by a slide in shares of AT&T, Sprint and other phone companies. While some companies turned in disappointing results, most of those that have posted earnings so far are beating financial...
Kourtney Gibson, Loop Capital President, gives portfolio strategy on the likes of Netflix and Wal-Mart.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on large-cap stocks that have dropped after long-term outperformance in the market.
People are looking for returns from bonds, but they'll need rate reductions that may not happen, Ernesto Ramos says.
Ernesto Ramos, BMO Global Asset Management, discusses the current market environment, including stocks versus bonds and active versus passive investing.
When Donald Trump loses the presidential election, he will try to start his own Trump TV network and fail. Recode reports.
This updated recall involves all Galaxy Note7 devices received as replacements as part of the previous Galaxy Note7 recall on Sept. 15, 2016 and any Galaxy Note 7 with a green battery icon, regardless of date purchased or IMEI. They were sold at wireless carriers and electronic stores nationwide, including AT&T, Best Buy, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Verizon...
Samsung's swanky showroom in New York City is electing not to post any prominent signage to inform customers of the recall.
As of this week, Samsung's testers were still unable to reproduce the explosions.
Apple shares closed at their best level since December just as Samsung announced it is permanently halting sales of the Galaxy Note 7.
NEW YORK— Samsung has officially scrapped the Note 7. So what's next for consumers? Reports of battery fires first prompted a round of recalls followed by exchanges for what the company said were safer devices.
NEW YORK— Government regulators are fining Comcast $2.3 million, saying the cable giant has charged customers for stuff they never ordered, like premium channels or extra cable boxes. Comcast said Tuesday that it's been working to improve customer service— it has long had a bad reputation for how it treats subscribers— and that the problems uncovered by the FCC...
Ralph De la Vega, vice chairman of AT&T, discusses AT&T's announcement that they will stop replacing Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones following reports of overheating and catching on fire.