Netflix Inc., the world’s largest subscription-streaming service, said it will again hold a live videocast of its quarterly results, replacing the CNBC reporter who moderated the last time with a JPMorgan Chase & Co. analyst.
CBS Corp. programming returned to Time Warner Cable Inc. in time for the start of the National Football League season, as the companies ended a one-month dispute that blocked service to pay-TV subscribers in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.
Facebook Inc.’s 2013 earnings will be “significantly below” analysts’ estimates, said Richard Greenfield, an analyst at BTIG Research, citing the social- networking site’s struggles to get revenue from mobile users.
Netflix Inc. Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings, who drew regulatory scrutiny with a Facebook post on usage gains, is raising hackles again with plans for a moderated videocast instead of a quarterly earnings call.
Rupert Murdoch bowed to investor pressure to split his six-decade-old publishing business from the rest of News Corp.’s media empire. Now it’s time for the newspaper unit to prove it can make it on its own.
Rupert Murdoch, who began building his media empire 60 years ago, is relishing the chance “to do it all over again” with his newly streamlined publishing company that has $2.6 billion in cash to fuel acquisitions.
Richard Greenfield, an analyst who covers Zynga Inc., downgraded the maker of social games and apologized for overestimating earnings after the company reported revenue and profit that missed projections.