For Viacom and CBS, the more things change, the more they may stay the same. Dauman's task is to prove otherwise. on.wsj.com/1mgDMsv
Google’s $140 Billion Question: What Comes Next? The latest episode of @wsjheard podcast features $GOOGL & the Fed! on.wsj.com/1mgsg08
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Yahoo may finally be open to doing what its investors want it to do: throw in the towel. $YHOO on.wsj.com/1SWD1Tm
Amazon Doesn’t Deliver to Wall Street: More on why expectations for Amazon have gotten ahead of themselves. $AMZN on.wsj.com/1NE7oWR
This Is the Oil Stock to Own Now: The latest episode of the @wsjheard podcast. $XOM on.wsj.com/1NDKKxZ
@MikeIsaac Everyone always wants "color" on things.
We all kind of knew how this was going to go. $TWTR down 11.6% after hours.
Amazon apparently thinks its stock is cheap! (That's one of us.) Announces a $5B buyback. $AMZN
@modestproposal1 tbf, I tweeted two positive tweets about HBO.
Market seemed to be comforted by Time Warner comments on HBO. $TWX stock now down only 3.3%.
Bewkes: We are going to step up our marketing of HBO Now and anticipate accelerating growth at HBO. $TWX
RT @keachhagey: TWX CEO Jeff Bewkes: "The combined scale of our businesses is critical..." (ie, don't expect me to spin off HBO anytime soon.)
Also, fact that $TWTR has been experimenting with a relevancy-driven timeline since 2010 and finally got around to it now doesn't bode well.