|Bid||34.77 x 300|
|Ask||35.22 x 100|
|Day's Range||34.77 - 35.86|
|52 Week Range||24.81 - 35.86|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.76|
|Earnings Date||Feb 5, 2018 - Feb 9, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.36 (1.03%)|
|1y Target Est||33.36|
Disney faces the challenge of merging its family-friendly Marvel comics movies with Fox's harder-edged film heroes.
At a time of increasing competition, Hastings' ability to keep his company one step ahead of the competition could become even more valuable.
Walt Disney’s plan to buy a large portion of 21st Century Fox’s assets would double its 30% stake in Hulu and help as it takes on rival Netflix.
Senator Amy Klobuchar, the top Democrat on the Senate antitrust panel, urged the subcommittee on Friday to hold a hearing on Walt Disney Co's (:DIS - News) plan to buy a number of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (:FOXA.O) businesses. Disney struck a deal to buy film, television and international businesses from Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox Inc for $52.4 billion in stock. The deal includes a plan to add Fox's 22 regional sports networks to Disney's No. 1 sports network ESPN.
From your local multiplex, Marvel to "Star Wars" to Hulu and ESPN, here are all the ways Disney's acquisition of Fox's TV and movie studios could impact you.
Stocks rallied to record highs as Trump tax cuts moved closer to final passage. Disney is buying most of Fox and launched "The Last Jedi." The Fed still sees 3 hikes in 2018, while the FCC ended net neutrality.
On today's episode of the Zacks Friday Finish Line, Content Writer Ryan McQueeney and Editor Maddy Johnson take on this week's biggest story: Disney's deal to purchase some of 21st Century Fox's most valuable assets.
Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox's movie and TV assets is a threat to Netflix, but provides opportunities for Roku, a Wall Street analyst says.
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Twenty-First Century Fox CEO James Murdoch is one of the most articulate and intelligent media executives today, Katzenberg says.
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (FOXA) has agreed to sell some of its properties to The Walt Disney Company (DIS) for about $52.4 billion in stock.
By selling the bulk of his entertainment assets to Walt Disney Co., media titan Rupert Murdoch is making a calculation about changing winds in the media industry, while doubling down on news and sports....
Getting bigger as Disney is doing gives it improved leverage to negotiate favorable distribution terms with cable and wireless companies, which stand to gain by the rollback of net neutrality.
Walt Disney agreed to buy select assets of 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion in stock as it moves to bolster its streaming and television businesses in a changing media landscape.
The deal brings to a close more than half a century of expansion by Murdoch, 86, who turned a single Australian newspaper he inherited from his father at the age of 21 into one of the world's most important global news and film conglomerates. The new, slimmed down Fox will focus on TV news and sport. Early indications are that the deal will not face strong resistance from antitrust regulators as AT&T Corp's (NYSE:T - News) bid to acquire Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX - News) has done.
Rupert Murdoch is banking on Americans' love of live sports and breaking news for a new, slimmed down version of his Fox TV business after selling the company's film studios and international operations to Walt Disney Co (:DIS - News). Absolutely not," Murdoch told investors on Thursday. Disney's $52.4 billion purchase of Twenty-First Century Fox's (:FOXA.O) film, television and international businesses, announced earlier on Thursday, leaves Fox with a smaller but more focused set of assets, based on Fox News Channel - the U.S. No. 1 news cable network - and its broadcasts of sports such as National Football League and Major League Baseball.
Jim Cramer pointed to the Disney-Fox deal as an example of why tax reform isn't the be-all, end-all for the stock market.
The Walt Disney Company's (DIS) $52.4 billion purchase of some of 21st Century Fox's (FOXA) most valuable assets is official. Now, it's time to take a look beyond Disney's new majority share in Hulu and the fusion of the popular Marvel Cinematic Universe and dive into what could be the biggest reason Disney made the deal: live sports.
Disney's deal to buy film, television and international businesses from Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox for $52.4 billion has been described as an 'earthquake' in the media industry. So what's in it for Disney and its consumers? As Kate King reports the online streaming sector could be the ones feeling the aftershocks.
The most important stories include a huge deal between Disney and 21st Century Fox that changes a lot of things. And as expected, the FCC guts net neutrality rules in place since 2015.