Fox Broadcasting is preparing for a new start in the TV industry. After the Disney deal to acquire 21st Century Fox closes in the next few months, the network will be spun off into a new company called Fox, alongside Fox News, Fox Sports and Fox Business Network. The network will enter this next chapter@adweek
In a world with fewer branches, banks will need to rely more heavily on advertising to win market share, according to a study released on Thursday by McKinsey.U.S.
Hulu is “a very important strategic asset for our owners,” the streaming platform’s SVP Originals Craig Erwich said during TCA on Monday. He was asked about the near future of his company, which will become majority owned by Disney following that company’s acquisition of Fox assets. Noting Hulu’s double-digit subscriber growth in 2018 to 25 million — “the fastest growing in the US”, Erwich said, "you don't get that kind of growth without the support of ourDeadline
Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment Co has sold 34.9 million common equity shares in Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), a company spokesperson said on Tuesday, and plans to convert 75 million warrants in the U.S chipmaker.U.S.
Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment Co said on Tuesday it will sell its stake of 34.9 million common equity shares and convert 75 million warrants in U.S chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).in.reuters.com
When Disney’s $71.3 billion deal to acquire most of 21st Century Fox closes in the coming weeks, the combined company will remain an appealing target for investors, but only those willing to indulge hefty near-term spending on direct-to-consumer streaming. That’s the basic takeaway from a new research report by Macquarie analysts Tim Nollen and Stephen Beckett. In the 18-page note to clients, the analysts reiterate their “outperform” rating on the stock, which has movedDeadline
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