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|Day's range||15.95 - 16.10|
|52-week range||13.10 - 17.70|
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|Forward dividend & yield||0.20 (1.24%)|
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Comcast (CMCSA) has impressed its shareholders by providing attractive dividends for the last several years. The company also buys back shares consistently to return value to its shareholders. The company returned a total of $7.9 billion to its shareholders in 2017, up from $7.6 billion in 2016 but down from $9.2 billion in 2015.
The Walt Disney Company (DIS) rewards its shareholders through dividends and share buybacks. The media company returned total capital of $11.8 billion to its shareholders via dividends and buybacks in fiscal 2017. This was higher than $9.8 billion in fiscal 2016, $9.2 billion in fiscal 2015, and $7.0 billion in fiscal 2014.
News Corp posted a 6% gain in revenue for the March quarter, driven by strong results at its digital-real-estate and book-publishing units and the positive impact of foreign-currency fluctuations. At the company’s news and information-services business, which accounts for just under two-thirds of its top line, revenue rose 2% compared with the year-earlier quarter. Total revenue in the latest period was $2.1 billion.
News Corporation (NWSA) delivered sixth straight quarter of positive earnings surprise. However, sluggish print advertising demand still remains a concern.
News Corp and Telstra in March agreed to combine Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia, with the U.S. company holding a 65 percent stake in the combined entity. "The Foxtel-Fox Sports Australia consolidation is also expected to make circulation and subscription revenues the biggest revenue stream for News Corp for the first time," Chief Executive Officer Robert Thomson said on the call.
On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had a loss of $1.94. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 6 cents per share. The publishing company whose flagship is The Wall ...
Fox News really isn’t interested in this latest Michael Cohen story. ‘I don’t know if Mr. Avenatti is Stormy Daniels’s lawyer, or if he’s the lawyer for #resistance to try to do everything he can to weaken the president. If Schlapp, chairman of the CPAC-hosting American Conservative Union, is correct that “the American people” aren’t interested in this revelation, then Fox nailed it with its programming following Avenatti’s explosive tweet.
Although various micro and macro issues have overshadowed the current reporting cycle to an extent, it is on track to record one of the best quarterly performance.
News Corp (NWSA) diversifies revenue streams through strategic buyouts and operational enhancement. Soft print advertising remains a deterrent.
News Corp will release its third quarter Fiscal 2018 results on Thursday, May 10, 2018. News Corp Chief Executive Robert Thomson and Chief Financial Officer Susan Panuccio will host a call with analysts and media to discuss the results at 5:00 p.m.
Cricket Australia has signed a new six-year broadcast agreement worth A$1.2 billion ($935 million), the board said on Friday, allaying fears of a financial blow in the wake of last month's ball-tampering scandal in South Africa. Broadcaster Seven West Media and pay television company Foxtel, which is jointly owned by News Corp and Telstra Corp, secured the media rights, taking over from long-term cricket broadcaster Nine Entertainment . The deal was negotiated amid the fallout from the test match in South Africa during which Australia's players hatched a plan to tamper with the ball, only to be caught by cameras.
Apple (AAPL) is acquiring Next Issue Media, the owner of digital magazine subscription service Texture. Next Issue Media was founded in 2009 as a joint venture of several publishers such as Condé Nast, Hearst Magazines, and News Corporation (NWSA). Next Issue Media launched Texture in 2010, allowing consumers to access more than 200 magazine titles in one place. A Texture subscription costs $9.99 per month.
HarperCollins Publishers today announced a major publishing agreement with #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva. The publisher has acquired world rights to six more books from the author, starting with The Other Woman in July 2018, with the intent to publish across all HarperCollins locations worldwide through its Global Publishing Program.
News Corp and Telstra today announced the completion of the transaction to combine Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia. The commercial arrangements are unchanged from those announced on March 5, 2018.
Unique digital football business Dugout and News Corp today revealed plans for the landmark acquisition by Dugout of News Corp’s mobile and online platform ballball, which delivers near-live highlights of the world’s leading football leagues and other great content to the fastest growing football markets in South-East Asia.
LONDON--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Dugout to launch new South-East Asia business by acquiring ballball from News Corp News Corp to become partner and shareholder in Dugout SE Asia ballball delivers near-live highlights ...
News Corp has struck a deal to combine its Fox Sports broadcasting operation in Australia with the Foxtel cable platform that it owns jointly with telecommunications operator Telstra Corp.
Fox Sports is owned by News Corp, which also owns Foxtel jointly with Australia's Telstra. Telstra expects to record a one-off accounting gain, estimated at A$263 million (147.44 million pounds), as a result of the deal, it said in a separate statement.
Fox Sports is owned by News Corp, which also owns Foxtel jointly with Australia's Telstra. Telstra expects to record a one-off accounting gain, estimated at A$263 million ($204 million), as a result of the deal, it said in a separate statement.
News Corp and Telstra today announced they have signed definitive agreements to combine Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia, which will deliver premium and innovative content to Australians with ever greater quality, variety and efficiency.
U.S. cable giant Comcast (CMCSA.O) has offered to buy Sky (SKYB.L) for $31 billion in a surprise move, posing another hurdle to tycoon Rupert Murdoch's attempts to buy the broadcaster. Murdoch's Fox (FOXA.O) has agreed to buy the 61 percent of Sky it does not already own, but the deal has become bogged down in regulatory investigations. In the meantime, Fox has agreed to sell assets to Disney in a follow-on deal, including Sky.