Mad Money host Jim Cramer congratulates Disney's CEO Bob Iger and Celgene's CEO Bob Hugin for taking their stocks to all-time highs in Tuesday's market.
Despite high anticipation, the new college football playoff means tickets to the championship may be cheaper than years past.
As CES wraps up Friday, the ending date of Jan. 9 has particular significance to techies. It's the eighth anniversary of Apple's iPhone launch.
Hearst has incubated a digital-video powerhouse within its secretive empire.
In the first post-Steve Ballmer sale of an NBA team, many wonder who will buy the Atlanta Hawks——and for how much.
Seven Californians and two people in Utah have measles likely contracted on trips last month to Disney theme parks in California, officials said.
Cord cutting has been blamed for weak TV ratings, but viewers who watch video over the Internet may be more valuable to advertisers.
A new year means a new strategy for one trader hoping for better returns in the Halftime Portfolio challenge.
The growth of streaming services has put "fear in the eyes" of traditional media companies, Yahoo former interim CEO Ross Levinsohn said.
On a down day in the market, Jim Cramer thinks this is the perfect time to review the silly preconceptions of 2014.
Dish Network will offer an Internet video service for $20 that includes ESPN. The challenge will be hanging on to cable subscribers.
ESPN is hitting the Web on live paid TV, thanks to Dish's Sling TV bundle. But there are some pros and cons..
Dish's new Web-TV service will allow you to stream ESPN over the Web. Re/code reports.
There may be a yet another reason for media content companies to merge in 2015: digital advertising.
In establishing a national championship playoff, college football's power players boosted the sport's ability to rake in revenue.
Michal Lev-Ram, Fortune senior writer, discusses the driving force behind Disney's tech empire. They have a lot coming up in the pipeline, says Lev-Ram. Also a look at News Corp acquisitions strategy.
U.S. stocks closed down in low volume trade on Tuesday, pressured by weakness abroad and a sharp decline in the utilities sector.
U.S. stocks closed slightly higher, amid fresh lows on oil prices and earlier pressure on European stocks from Greece's failure to elect a president.