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  • Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch in October, 2010.

    Founding Fox News CEO resigned amidst sexual harassment claims against him. Experts say company could use this to reshape organization.

  • July 21- The No. 2 U.S. wireless carrier AT&T Inc reported adjusted profit in line with estimates on Thursday, as it signed up new wireless subscribers but saw a drop in pay-TV customers. The Dallas- based company's shares, which have gained as much as 24 percent so far this year, were down 1.2 percent in extended trading after closing at $42.52. Excluding items, the...

  • July 21- When Roger Ailes arrived at Fox News Channel two decades ago, his mandate from media titan Rupert Murdoch was to create a network to compete against established market leader CNN and its new rival MSNBC. Ailes, who resigned from Fox News on Thursday amid sexual harassment allegations, built the network into the top-rated cable news channel in the United...

  • July 21- When Roger Ailes arrived at Fox News Channel two decades ago, his mandate from media titan Rupert Murdoch was to create a network to compete against established market leader CNN and its new rival MSNBC. Ailes, who resigned from Fox News on Thursday amid sexual harassment allegations, built the network into the top-rated cable news channel in the United...

  • July 21- When Roger Ailes arrived at Fox News Channel two decades ago, his mandate from media titan Rupert Murdoch was to create a network to compete against established market leader CNN and its new rival MSNBC. Ailes, who is expected to soon exit Fox News amid sexual harassment allegations, built the network into the top-rated cable news channel in the United...

  • July 21- U.S. satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp reported better-than-expected earnings on Thursday but posted its biggest-ever decline in pay-TV subscribers amid fierce competition from online video services. The company is estimated to have lost 330,000 television subscribers and to have added 49,000 Sling TV subscribers, according to...

  • Dish said it lost 281,000 net pay-TV subscribers in the second quarter ended June 30, significantly more than the average analyst estimate of a loss of 91,000 subscribers, according to market research firm FactSet StreetEstimate. Net income attributable to Dish rose to $410 million, or 88 cents per share, in the three months ended June 30, from $324 million, or 70...

  • Dish said it lost 281,000 net pay-TV subscribers in the second quarter ended June 30, significantly more than the average analyst estimate of a loss of 91,000 subscribers, according to market research firm FactSet StreetEstimate. Net income attributable to Dish rose to $410 million, or 88 cents per share, in the three months ended June 30, from $324 million, or 70...

  • However, average revenue per user rose to $89.98 from $87.91, helped by price increases for its video service. Net income attributable to Dish rose to $410 million, or 88 cents per share, in the three months ended June 30, from $324 million, or 70 cents per share, a year earlier. Net revenue rose to $3.84 billion from $3.83 billion.

  • Roger Ailes, chairman and CEO of Fox News and Fox Television Stations.

    Roger Ailes, who sources say is facing ouster at Fox News because of sexual harassment allegations, pushed the cable news industry into new realms.

  • 'Huge cloud' over Roger Ailes: Jim Stewart

    New York Times columnist Jim Stewart provides perspective on Roger Ailes negotiating his departure from Fox News, and the loyal following for Fox.

  • Trump goes 'right though the middle' on issues: Bob Wright

    Former NBCUniversal CEO Bob Wright shares his thoughts on Comcast severing its ties with Donald Trump over comments he made on immigration, and weighs in on the Republican Party's attempts at unification.

  • Ailes nears exit at Fox: Ken Auletta

    Ken Auletta, The New Yorker, discusses sexual harassment allegations against Fox News' Roger Ailes, and the impact of Ailes' departure.

  • Life at Fox after Roger Ailes: Ken Auletta

    Ken Auletta, The New Yorker, discusses the impending departure of Roger Ailes amid sexual harrassment allegations, and his likely successor.

  • A file photo of Roger Ailes from July, 2006.

    Roger Ailes and Twenty-First Century Fox are in negotiations over his departure following allegations of sexual harassment, Reuters reported.

  • Can Fox maintain 'magic' if Ailes departs?

    Brett Harriss, Gabelli & Company analyst, talks about the future of Fox News and the impact of a Roger Ailes's departure on 21st Century Fox's media empire.