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
such as Nike ( NKE ) or VF ( VFC ) could buy Lululemon ( Bloomberg ). Days ago it was reported that advisers to founder Dennis ..... Leonard Green & Partners, about taking the company private ( Bloomberg ). International Expansion The chief executive officer, Laurent Potdevin
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
Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball , appears on the CBS TV show “60 Minutes” in advance of publication of Flash Boys . He makes the ..... markets.” Since when does fairness matter? And finally, Bloomberg reported that high-frequency traders are moving aggressively into trading currency. So we will soon find ..... better at cloaking orders and volume shrinks in stocks,” Bloomberg reports, “speed trading remains a growth business in the
and the Mom and Pop fallacy below: Nick "1. HFT doesn’t prey on small mom-and-pop investors. In his first two TV appearances, Lewis stuck to a simple pitch: Speed traders have rigged the stock market, and the biggest losers are average, middle-class retail investors ..... money for the retail investor. For a detailed map of the market’s plumbing and how orders get filled, check out this Bloomberg Businessweek graphic from 2012."
(Reuters) - Hedge fund Hayman Capital Management LP sold all its shares in J.C. Penney but still holds the ailing retailer's debt, fund manager Kyle Bass told Bloomberg TV on Thursday.