Pershing Square's presentation at the AXA Financial Center in Manhattan the other week. You were there too, representing Bloomberg . During the Q&A, you asked the following question to Mr. Ackman. I've truncated it a tad to eliminate the preamble
Though there is no exact date set yet articles appeared in both the WSJ (for those of you who still pay for news) and Bloomberg related to Nintendo's plans. The Pokemon game in question, a trading card game (TCG), works perfectly for this franchise (since Pokemon is not only a hit TV show but also based on a real world collectable card game in its own right). More importantly, the Complete Story »
Reuters reports Telefonica ( TEF +0.2% ) will include a TV content-sharing deal as part of its offer to Vivendi ( OTCPK ..... 9.4B), topping Telefonica's prior €6.7B offer . Bloomberg has reported Telecom Italia ( TI -1.8% ) is willing to offer ..... addition, analysts have noted Telefonica's Spanish pay- TV presence could appeal to Vivendi, which owns a sprawling media
Friday afternoon, I was able to reach a representative for NQ Mobile in Beijing. My contact stated that they saw the Bloomberg TV interview that was televised on Thursday with Carson Block of Muddy Waters to get his views about the recent turn of
July 30 (Reuters) - Cable TV broadcaster AMC Networks Inc is in talks to buy about 50 percent stake in BBC America, BBC Worldwide's U.S. channel, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of...
July 30 (Reuters) - Equity markets will see a decline at some point after rising for the past several years, former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan said in an interview on Bloomberg TV .
strong second quarter in which it saw revenue rise 22%. Despite its size, in this interview with Peter Hutton on Bloomberg TV , we can see how much of an impact BP's 20% stake in Rosneft Complete Story »
Stiritz you are correct. Yesterday, Bill Ackman dominated the airwaves with two appearances. One on CNBC and one on Bloomberg TV . Mr. Ackman's PR skills are decidedly savvy. Herbalife's PR machine is sputtering along in the land of make believe
21st Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOXA ) will pay as much as $85 per share for Time Warner (NYSE: TWX ), according to Bloomberg . The frothy premium hasn't gone unnoticed in the broadcaster sector with CBS (NYSE: CBS ) up 1.6% premarket and
by ominous music, pessimism colors your view of the future. Dour forecasts are legion. In a January appearance on Bloomberg TV , Swiss investment advisor Marc Faber opined, “We are in a gigantic financial asset bubble,” whose bursting