LONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Heads For 4th Straight Loss As Brexit Keeps Up The Pressure
FTSE 100 heads for 4th straight loss as Brexit keeps up the pressure
The value of video content continues to increase even as distribution changes.
This week: Financial-services firms post lukewarm earnings, two tech giants strike a deal, Time Warner turns down a foxy offer, and more.
After securing enough votes from the Bancroft family and their trusts, Dow Jones DJ and News Corporation NWS announced Wednesday that they have signed a definitive agreement, approved by both companies' boards, for News Corp.'s acquisition of the business media company for $60 per share. According ...
Top managers continue to find new opportunities, while taking full advantage of a rising stock market to book some gains.
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