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  1. Michael Bloomberg Is America's Wealthiest Media Mogul

    10:43 am 9/21/2011

    Bill Gates tops the list as the nation's richest person; other people on the list include Warren Buffett, Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey, Ted Turner and Mark Cuban.Read more

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  2. Apple Ends Trading Monday as Most Valuable Company on Stock Market

    6:08 pm 9/19/2011

    Even without Steve Jobs as CEO, Wall Street determines that the maker of iPads is 11 times more valuable than Time Warner.Read more

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  3. Entertainment Stocks Take Another Beating

    2:01 pm 9/9/2011

    A dismal summer on Wall Street has knocked more than 20 percent off the share prices of Disney, Sony and CBS.Read more

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  4. Entertainment Analysts Debate Ad, Stock Trends Amid Market Turmoil

    7:08 am 8/30/2011

    Credit Suisse picks Time Warner, Google and Barry Diller's IAC as U.S. sector favorites in the current volatile market, while Nomura lowers its 2011 ad growth forecast. Read more

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  5. Hacker Group Anonymous Earns Time Warner Licensing Fees

    6:54 am 8/29/2011

    At public protests, members of the group wear masks of 17th century Englishman Guy Fawkes, who tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament, but Time Warner owns the rights to the image used in the 2006 Warner Bros. film “V for Vendetta.” Read more

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  6. Analyst: Google's Motorola Deal Good for Media Giants, TiVo, Bad for Netflix

    7:51 am 8/16/2011

    Janney's Tony Wible argues that the Internet company's biggest acquisition ever could make it "a substantial new buyer of content," make TiVo an acquisition candidate and create new challenges for Netflix.Read more

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  7. Generate's Jordan Levin: How Hollywood's 'Decision by Committee' Climate Stifles Innovation (Q&A)

    2:59 pm 8/15/2011

    The former WB chief tells THR, "Few people are empowered to make decisions" in the entertainment industry today.Read more

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  8. CBS, Other Sector Stocks Rise as U.S. Markets Have Wild Ride

    10:39 am 8/9/2011

    UPDATED: Shares of big entertainment companies were on a rollercoaster ride Tuesday with Time Warner hitting new 52-week low during the trading session.Read more

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  9. Analysts Warn of Possible Downside of Digital Boon for Entertainment Giants

    3:14 pm 8/5/2011

    While such Hollywood conglomerates as CBS and Viacom beat earnings expectations due to deals with the likes of Netflix, BTIG's Richard Greenfield warns that the "love affair with digital licensing may not play out as anticipated."Read more

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  10. Wall Street Debates Entertainment Stocks Amid Renewed Economic Fears

    5:11 pm 8/3/2011

    More ad-focused stocks like Viacom and Disney could see investors move money into Time Warner, Liberty Starz and Netflix, says Janney Montgomery Scott as analysts also discuss the outlook for CBS Corp.Read more

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