Jim Cramer puts faith in Disney CEO Bob Iger after the entertainment giant missed Wall Street's third-quarter earnings expectations.
Twenty-First Century Fox reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations for both earnings per share and revenue on Wednesday.
Despite the top and bottom line miss, the entertainment giant saw strong growth in its studio, parks and broadcast units.
The payment was conditional on Cohen securing funding for reactors at the Bellefonte Nuclear Plant in Alabama, sources told The Wall Street Journal.
NBC News previously reported that special counsel Robert Mueller had been looking into Tony Podesta and his Democratic-leaning lobbying firm as part of its broader investigation into the finances of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
The report cited six women who said the longtime media executive harassed them between the '80s and '00s.
The stock has been on a tear, setting a fresh all-time intraday high of $92.35 in Wednesday's session.
The tech giant did not specify why Ropell was leaving, but said he would remain at the company for a few months during the transition period.
Malone said in a statement that he resigned from the board in order to cut down on his travel and focus himself on fewer board positions.