37.05 -0.13 (-0.35%)
After hours: 5:43PM EST
|Bid||37.18 x 3100|
|Ask||37.08 x 3000|
|Day's range||36.40 - 37.61|
|52-week range||26.80 - 39.70|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.61|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.67|
|Earnings date||29 Jan 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.04 (5.37%)|
|1y target est||39.02|
Netflix, once the disruptor on the streaming scene, has become the ultimate incumbent. Now competitors like Apple and Disney are challenging its binge-watching model.
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The acquisition of Game Show Network will augment Sony's (SNE) already robust catalogue of game shows and first-run series, thereby strengthening its leading position in the market.
AT&T Inc. announced today offers to purchase for cash any and all of the fifty-three series of outstanding notes listed in the table below , on the terms and conditions set forth in the Offer to Purchase dated November 18, 2019 and the accompanying Letter of Transmittal .
Sony Pictures Entertainment (“SPE”) and AT&T Inc.* (NYSE:T) today announced that SPE has acquired AT&T’s minority stake in Game Show Network, LLC (“Game Show Network”). SPE now owns 100% of the multimedia entertainment company offering original and classic game programming to millions of subscribers through the U.S.-based cable network. It also offers online and mobile games to millions of users through GSN Games.
T-Mobile’s John Legere is hanging up his magenta-coloured T-shirt. The flamboyant boss of America’s third-largest phone carrier will step down next May. It is a big loss. The job of overseeing T-Mobile’s pending $26bn merger with Sprint will be messy and fraught with challenges.
John Legere has called time on his stint as chief executive of T-Mobile USA after anointing longtime deputy Mike Sievert to replace him next year at the top of America’s third-largest telecoms company. Mr Legere, the self-styled “bad boy” of the US telecoms sector who referred to himself as “Batman” on the conference call announcing his exit, will leave the company at the end of April after almost eight years at the helm. on Monday denied reports that he had held talks with WeWork about the SoftBank-controlled office sharing company’s vacant chief executive role but said he had not been able to comment as he prepared to announce his departure from T-Mobile.
“Friends” might be getting a reboot on HBO Max while Netflix secures a one-time licensing deal with Paramount for the fourth installment of “Beverly Hills Cop." Why reboots are all the rage as platforms look to beat out streaming competitors.
as head of HBO in February, it signalled the end of an era for a cable network synonymous with high-quality television. Mr Plepler’s arrival at Apple would present a fresh challenge to Netflix, which has battled with HBO for coveted Emmy awards in recent years.
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Amdocs' (DOX) fiscal fourth-quarter performance benefits from new customer gains, strong traction in managed services and solid growth across all regions.
The multi-year managed services agreement is part of the business transformation strategy of AT&T (T) and is likely to bring innovation to the market in an agile manner.
Amdocs (DOX), a leading provider of software and services to communications and media companies, and AT&T* (NYSE:T), are extending their collaboration to modernize and upgrade AT&T’s digital business support systems under a multi-year managed services agreement. "5G and the cloud will lead to new business and consumer applications we haven’t even imagined yet, and developers and creators will look to us to help make those visions a reality," said Andre Fuetsch, EVP & Chief Technology Officer, AT&T. "As the ecosystem continues to expand, we need to provide a solid foundation to build on. "AT&T has always driven our industry forward, improving the way people live and work," said Shimie Hortig, group president, Americas at Amdocs.
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