that translates into sustainable economic profits. Walt Disney DIS is a good example of a company that has built a moat ..... support robust and sustainable economic profits at both of Walt Disney 's key businesses: cable networks and Disney-branded
TWX +3.7% ), media analysts thinks a chain reaction will occur. CNN will almost assuredly be unloaded, most likely to Disney ( DIS +0.6% ) or CBS ( CBS +2.5% ). The development could also draw out a tech giant such as Apple or Google to make a
(Reuters) - Twenty-First Century Fox's plan to buy Time Warner could create an upheaval in the sports television world, creating the first meaningful challenge to Walt Disney Co's ESPN.
the trigger yet on a mega-content deal. Ripple #2: Two companies in the cross-hairs of a TWX-FOXA combination are Disney ( DIS -1% ) which could see ESPN lose a little bit of leverage with TNT and TBS linked with Fox Sports and Netflix ( NFLX -1
Paasschen previously ran European, African, and Middle Eastern operations for Nike NKE and also was an executive for Walt Disney DIS . Van Paasschen owns less than 0.5% of the stock, and all management and directors own only slightly more than
By Gemstone Equity Research : The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS ) has created some of the world's most attractive and largest theme parks in major cities of the world and
July 15 (Reuters) - The National Basketball Association is looking to double the TV-rights fees it receives from Walt Disney Co and Time Warner Inc's Turner Broadcasting as the league finalizes deals for nationally televised games, the Wall
July 14 (Reuters) - The National Basketball Association is looking to double the TV-rights fees it receives from Walt Disney Co and Time Warner Inc's Turner Broadcasting as the league finalizes deals for nationally televised games, the Wall
notably dug in its heels over carriages fees with other regional sports networks, Dish needs to keep a good relationship with Disney ( DIS +0.1% ) intact as it eyes launching a new online TV service sometime in the future. Post your comment!
(Reuters) - Walt Disney Co, Discovery Communications Inc and CBS Corp are being asked for information by U.S. antitrust officials probing Comcast Corp's proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc, Bloomberg reported on Friday.