Take-Two Interactive Software, the maker of the "Grand Theft Auto'' vidgames, may be gunning for a sale. Company announced Monday that it has delayed its shareholder meeting and may sell itself after…
Clear Channel Communication shareholders are likely to reject a proposed $19 billion takeover of the biggest U.S. radio broadcaster this month, according to analysts tracking the company's stock…
U.S. stocks rebounded from their biggest plunge in four years after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said the economy will continue growing and the nation's largest financial institutions…
New York Times Co. agreed to sell its nine U.S. television stations to Oak Hill Capital Partners LP for $575 million to pay down debt and expand its investments in Internet businesses.
Three AOL executives who reported to former CEO Jonathan Miller will leave as part of a reorganization of the Time Warner Inc. unit.
Time Warner stock reached its highest mark in 4½ years today after an analyst raised his earnings forecast. The stock closed at $20.91.
A former SBC Communications employee, who was acquitted in September of lying to a grand jury in the investigation of Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano, was charged again with lying…
Cablevision Systems reported a narrower third-quarter loss as it signed up more subscribers for its "triple-play" package of telephone, cable and Internet service.
A double dose of unsettling news panicked investors, who bashed Imax Corp. stock in after-hours trading, sending shares down 36% to $6.17. The move, on paper, wiped out $140 million worth of equity…
A federal judge has approved Time Warner's plan to pay $300 million to investors as part of a regulatory settlement following allegations that the conglom's America Online unit overstated ad revenue…
A New York judge ruled Monday that Viacom shareholders may proceed with a lawsuit against company directors who they claim overpaid chairman Sumner Redstone and his top lieutenants Tom Freston and…