Better efficiency and diversified product line work for investors.
Reliance on declining TV Guide revenue bodes poorly for the stock.
We think fears of an advertising slowdown are overblown.
Until ratings pick up, investors may want to avoid both stocks.
Growth in digital cable and high-speed Internet was faster than expected.
Low-single-digit growth rates continue to dog the firm.
The pending creation of Vivendi Universal is fraught with uncertainty.
At a P/E of 188, Macrovision is just too pricey.
Diverse assets and management expertise add to appeal.
Double-digit rise in ad sales powers third-quarter results.
Dominance of Spanish-language TV helps boost sales.
But demand for digital set-top boxes remains impressive.
Tuesday's price drop gives long-term investors a chance to buy in.
Slower growth rates and increasing costs raise red flags.
Shortfall gives long-term investors a chance to buy in.
Downgrade and Airbus contract win obscure improving cash flow.
Agreement with Liberty Media is good news for all parties.
Declining capital spending hits automation business.
Strong operating results could help recapture the magic.
Improving fundamentals, low valuation make hotel firm's shares a sound holding.
Despite a high valuation, stock still has upside.
Superb cash flows justify stock's premium valuation.
But aircraft orders improve its short-term outlook.
Focus on efficiency and acquisitions bode well for cash-flow growth.
Firm's growing free cash flow will enhance future shareholder value.
Growing free cash flow will propel future shareholder gains.
Rising occupancies and room rates boost earnings.
Deal for up to 290 jetliners solidifies aircraft maker's position.
The new Airbus jumbo jet will not hurt Boeing shares.
Company's shares sink along with those of French merger partners.
Seagram, utility Vivendi are tempting investors again.
Chris-Craft acquisition could boost ad dollars in prime markets.