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Barry Diller, IAC chairman, comments on whether the AT&T and Time Warner merger will be approved by the Department of Justice.
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Rupert Murdoch telephoned AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson twice in the last six months and talked about cable network CNN.
Louis C.K. says he is "remorseful" about his sexual misconduct and regrets hurting others.
Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton managing director, breaks down his outlook on Disney shares as Bob Iger lays out a plan to take on Netflix in the over-the-top streaming market.
As the fallout from allegations of sexual misconduct against CK continues, The Orchard has dropped the film. The Verge reports.
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The network responded to Louis CK sexual harassment claims by dropping him from its upcoming Night of Too Many Stars concert.
Disney's upcoming internet video streaming services will thrive, according to Wall Street.
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