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Time Warner Quarterly Earnings Beat Estimates, All Units Post Lower Profit

"We look forward to the resolution of the legal challenge to our pending merger with AT&T and remain excited about the benefits of the merger," said chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes.

Time Warner Quarterly Earnings Beat Estimates Thanks to ‘It,’ ‘Game of Thrones’

The entertainment conglomerate won't hold an earnings call this quarter owing to its planned sale to telecom giant AT&T, which has yet to secure regulatory approval.

Time Warner CEO: AT&T Deal Is About Gaining “Equal Footing” With Tech Giants

Facebook and Google, both of which are now competing with the television industry by buying programming of their own, already dominate the digital advertising industry.

Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes Says Democrats Were Bigger First Amendment Threat Than Trump

"The threat to the First Amendment came from the Democratic side more," he says, arguing that journalists viewed a Democratic plank, "overly charitably," as campaign finance reform.

Time Warner-AT&T: As Good as It Gets for Long-Suffering Investors?

Wall Street seems satisfied that if CEO Jeff Bewkes can get about $100 billion for the company, it’s a deal worth taking, and he’ll have done about as good a job as anyone could have reversing the AOL Time Warner debacle.

Time Warner Takes Stake in Hulu, Beats Quarterly Profit Expectations

The company's financial results were better than expected on the bottom line but a little soft on the top line.

Time Warner CEO Pressed by Shareholder About George Clooney’s Political Fundraising

At an annual meeting, Jeffrey Bewkes had to deal with a shareholder who was upset about the actor's liberal political views.

Time Warner CEO Touts “Record” Year “Led by Theatrical” Franchises

Jeffrey Bewkes says HBO Now is "doing what we want it to do" with 800,000 subscribers.

Time Warner Quarterly Earnings Beat Expectations as Turner, Warner Bros. Grow

The entertainment conglomerate posts a lower profit for HBO, which has spent money on the launch of its standalone streaming service, but video game results boost Warner.

Hollywood CEO Pay Report: Who’s Up, Who’s Down

Six of nine big-media leaders saw their share price fall, but only two suffered lower compensation (Fox and Sony are still to come).