TWX - Time Warner Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
96.58
-0.52 (-0.54%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous close97.10
Open97.10
Bid93.69 x 100
Ask96.97 x 400
Day's range96.34 - 97.23
52-week range85.88 - 103.90
Volume3,165,999
Avg. volume5,288,274
Market cap75.318B
Beta0.83
PE ratio (TTM)14.55
EPS (TTM)6.64
Earnings date26 Apr 2018
Forward dividend & yield1.61 (1.67%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-09
1y target est105.34
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • How AT&T and Time Warner defend their $85 billion mega-merger
    Yahoo Finance13 hours ago

    How AT&T and Time Warner defend their $85 billion mega-merger

    Jeff Bewkes and Randall Stephenson gave their arguments to a federal judge this week as to why their mega-merger should be permitted to go through. Here's what they said.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 hours ago

    [$$] AT&T Chief Hits Foes of Time Warner Deal

    WASHINGTON—AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Randall Stephenson told a judge the Justice Department’s antitrust claims against his company’s planned purchase of Time Warner Inc. were “absurd” and rejected the government’s arguments that the enlarged company would use its powers to raise prices. In testimony Thursday in defense of his company’s proposed $85 billion acquisition, Mr. Stephenson called it a “vision deal” that is crucial for AT&T to compete in a rapidly shifting digital-media landscape.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 hours ago

    [$$] AT&T to Launch Low-Cost Streaming Service

    AT&T Inc. plans to launch a “skinny bundle” of television channels without sports that will cost $15 a month, one of the lowest prices available for a nationwide streaming live TV plan. The service, called AT&T Watch, was announced Thursday by Chief Executive Randall Stephenson, who used his time on the witness stand in a high-profile antitrust case to pitch the new plan. AT&T Wireless subscribers would get the service free, Mr. Stephenson said.

  • AT&T's CEO Stephenson Pitches Time Warner Deal to Judge
    Bloomberg11 hours ago

    AT&T's CEO Stephenson Pitches Time Warner Deal to Judge

    AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson made his grandest pitch yet for the company’s planned takeover of Time Warner Inc., describing the $85 billion deal as a crucial step to the judge who holds the deal’s fate in his hands. Stephenson, who honed his defense of the acquisition by selling it first to his board of directors and then to shareholders, testified Thursday in federal court in Washington that the merger will help the combined company compete with streaming rivals such as Netflix Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. The AT&T CEO began his testimony by describing his 35-year history at the company.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    AT&T CEO Stephenson says Time Warner deal needed in content-dependent world

    AT&T (T.N) CEO Randall Stephenson said on Thursday his company's bid to buy movie and TV show maker Time Warner (TWX.N) would allow the two firms to serve customers better by lowering pay TV rates, rejecting government arguments the deal would raise consumer prices. Speaking in U.S. District Court in Washington, Stephenson addressed himself to Judge Richard Leon who will decide if the $85 billion deal may go forward. Stephenson disagreed with the government's assessment that the transaction would mean higher prices for consumers.

  • AT&T CEO Stephenson says Time Warner deal needed in content-dependent world
    Reuters11 hours ago

    AT&T CEO Stephenson says Time Warner deal needed in content-dependent world

    AT&T (T.N) CEO Randall Stephenson said on Thursday his company's bid to buy movie and TV show maker Time Warner (TWX.N) would allow the two firms to serve customers better by lowering pay TV rates, rejecting government arguments the deal would raise consumer prices. Speaking in U.S. District Court in Washington, Stephenson addressed himself to Judge Richard Leon who will decide if the $85 billion deal may go forward. Stephenson disagreed with the government's assessment that the transaction would mean higher prices for consumers.

  • Bloomberg15 hours ago

    AT&T CEO Says He Knew ‘Head Snapper’ Status of Time Warner Deal

    AT&T Inc. executives were aware the company’s move to acquire Time Warner Inc. would shake up the telecommunications and media world, Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson said.

  • AT&T CEO argues missing one technology cycle 'will make you sick for a very long time'
    CNBC17 hours ago

    AT&T CEO argues missing one technology cycle 'will make you sick for a very long time'

    AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson testified on Thursday in support of the telecom giant's proposed merger with Time Warner.

  • Why Bundled Video Subscription Offers Are Catching On
    Market Realist19 hours ago

    Why Bundled Video Subscription Offers Are Catching On

    Video streaming service provider Hulu has started offering its subscribers a discount on its HBO add-on. The add-on will cost Hulu subscribers only $4.99 per month compared to the regular charges of $14.99 per month. The company is hoping to attract more subscribers, as the second season of HBO’s popular show Westworld will premier on April 22.

  • Forbes19 hours ago

    One Key Reason 'Black Panther' Made Box Office History

    As we wind this down and wait to see if the film has just enough gas to pass The Last Jedi in global grosses, it is worth noting a particular reason why Black Panther kicked so much box office butt over the last two months. It was the first Black Panther movie. It was the first Black Panther, and not the eighth Superman movie since 1978.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Fox chose Disney over Comcast on regulatory, stock fears - filing

    The joint filing by Disney and Fox, which outlines the timeline of their negotiations, offers the most detailed insight yet into Fox's thinking, as it goes head-to-head against Comcast, a U.S. cable operator, in its bid to acquire European pay-TV company Sky Plc (SKYB.L), in which Fox holds a 39 percent stake. Comcast announced in February it was working on a $31 billion bid that would top Fox's deal for Sky.

  • Time Warner CEO says AT&T merger needed to compete with internet titans
    Reutersyesterday

    Time Warner CEO says AT&T merger needed to compete with internet titans

    Time Warner Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes on Wednesday defended his company's planned merger with telecoms firm AT&T as necessary to compete effectively for advertising with internet giants like Google and Facebook. Bewkes told Judge Richard Leon, who will decide if the $84.5 billion deal may go forward, that the U.S. Justice Department was wrong to say that AT&T would be reluctant to license Time Warner's TV and movie content to rivals, causing blackouts, in order to win over new customers to AT&T subsidiary DirecTV.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Time Warner CEO says AT&T merger needed to compete with internet titans

    Time Warner Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes on Wednesday defended his company's planned merger with telecoms firm AT&T as necessary to compete effectively for advertising with internet giants like Google and Facebook. Bewkes told Judge Richard Leon, who will decide if the $84.5 billion deal may go forward, that the U.S. Justice Department was wrong to say that AT&T would be reluctant to license Time Warner's TV and movie content to rivals, causing blackouts, in order to win over new customers to AT&T subsidiary DirecTV.

  • AT&T's Merger Boss Mocks U.S. Claim About Comcast Coordination
    Bloombergyesterday

    AT&T's Merger Boss Mocks U.S. Claim About Comcast Coordination

    An AT&T Inc. executive told a judge that the company’s contentious relationship with Comcast Corp. is evidence that the two rivals wouldn’t coordinate to withhold content from upstart distributors if AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner Inc. goes through, as the U.S. claims.

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