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  • Walt Disney World to close early Saturday due to Irma

    Walt Disney World will close Saturday because of Hurricane Irma. The storm is projected to hit Florida over the weekend.

  • Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Co.

    For the last two years, Disney has seen its stock price struggle. Here's what it can do to convince investors it's on the right track.

  • Shares of Disney closed 4.4 percent lower at $97.06 on the New York Stock Exchange, and Comcast fell 6.2 percent to $38.60 on Nasdaq. Comcast expects to lose up to 150,000 video subscribers in the third quarter due to competition and the impact of recent hurricanes, Matthew Strauss, executive vice president of the company's Xfinity Services, said at the Bank of...

  • Sept 7- Shares of Walt Disney Co and Comcast Corp tumbled on Thursday after Disney warned of stagnant earnings and No. 1 cable operator Comcast forecast more subscriber losses. Comcast expects to lose up to 150,000 video subscribers in the third quarter due to competition and the impact of recent hurricanes, Matthew Strauss, executive vice president of the...

  • Marvel, Star Wars will be streamed exclusively on Disney's new service

    Marvel and Star Wars titles will be streamed exclusively on the new Disney platform when it launches in late 2019, says Disney CEO Bob Iger.

  • Sept 7- Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger said on Thursday the company's earnings per share for this year will roughly be in line with a year ago, dragging down shares of media stocks. Disney earned $5.72 per share in fiscal 2016. Iger made the comments at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2017 Media, Communications& Entertainment Conference.

  • NEW YORK— "Star Wars" and the Marvel comic-book movies will join Disney's upcoming streaming service, potentially giving it broader appeal beyond families with young children. The service is expected in late 2019 after Disney's current deal with Netflix expires. Disney CEO Bob Iger said thousands of TV episodes and hundreds of movies will be available, though...

  • Sept 7- Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger said the company's earnings per share for this year will roughly be in line with what it reported last year, CNBC reported, sending its shares down 3 percent. Disney earned $5.72 per share last year. Iger was speaking at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2017 Media, Communications& Entertainment Conference.

  • New Disney streaming app to launch in late 2019

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the latest comments from Disney CEO Bob Iger about the company's new streaming services.

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stock indexes finished nearly back where they started Thursday as steep losses for banks and insurance companies were balanced out by gains in health care and technology companies. Insurance companies plunged as investors weighed the prospects of big losses caused by Hurricane Irma, which is hitting the north Caribbean and is projected to...

  • Microsoft General Counsel and Executive Vice President Brad Smith addresses shareholder during Microsoft Shareholders Meeting December 3, 2014 in Bellevue, Washington.

    More than 400 business leaders have signed a letter to the president calling on him to save DACA.

  • President Donald J. Trump (R) and Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin (L) walk out of the Treasury Department after a financial services Executive Order signing ceremon on April 21, 2017 in Washington, DC.

    Despite their symbolic moves, many CEOs will continue to advocate positions in person and through lobbyists, while people in President Donald Trump’s inner circle face a harder decision.

  • Media analyst takes on Disney CEO Bob Iger

    Disney's CEO Robert Iger blocks Rich Greenfield, BTIG media & technology analyst, on Twitter. The “Fast Money” traders weigh in.

  • President Donald Trump

    For those choosing to stay in official roles visiting what the president calls the "boardroom," it's unclear what they'll receive.

  • President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council on Monday, following Trump's initially tepid response to weekend violence at a rally of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia. "I resigned from the council to call attention to the serious harm our divided political climate is causing to critical issues...," Intel Chief Executive Brian...

  • President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council on Monday, following Trump's initially tepid response to weekend violence at a rally of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia. Kenneth Fraizer, the chief executive of drugmaker Merck and an African-American, said he left the advisory council because of the president's reaction after the...

  • Trump denounced neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan as criminals and thugs on Monday, bowing to mounting political pressure after initially saying many sides were to blame after a white-nationalist rally turned deadly in Virginia. Frazier, who is African-American, is the only CEO so far to leave one of Trump's advisory councils because of his reaction to the...

  • Trump denounced neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan as criminals and thugs on Monday, bowing to mounting political pressure after initially saying many sides were to blame after a white-nationalist rally turned deadly in Virginia. Frazier, who is African-American, is the only CEO so far to leave one of Trump's advisory councils because of his reaction to the...

  • Kenneth Frazier, CEO of pharmaceutical company Merck.

    Presidential council executives have begun an exodus, with CEOs of Intel and Under Armour following Merck CEO Ken Frazier's decision to quit.

  • Trump denounced neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan as criminals and thugs on Monday, bowing to mounting political pressure after initially saying many sides were to blame after a white-nationalist rally turned deadly in Virginia. Frazier, who is African-American, is the only CEO so far to leave one of Trump's advisory councils because of his reaction to the...