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World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. resumed its decline after officials said their new online network may have hurt the company in negotiations to renew a cable television agreement.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index climbed to a record, eclipsing a high set in April before retreating to end the week little changed.
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. plunged the most since its initial public offering after saying its new online TV network won’t make up for lost pay-per-view and streaming video-on-demand business until 2015.
U.S. stocks rose, after the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index had its worst day in a month yesterday, as small-cap shares reversed declines amid a faster-than-forecast gain in the pace of home construction.
“WrestleMania” didn’t lure enough fans into the ring.
To spark a bidding contest for World Wrestling Entertainment Inc., all Vince McMahon needs to do is wave a “for sale” sign.
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. may find a new cable-TV home for its popular “Raw” and “Smackdown” programs by the end of next month, Chief Financial Officer George Barrios said.
Mario Gabelli named his microcap fund “Mighty Mites” after a football league for youngsters, with the idea that his stocks, like the players, would get bigger and move up to a higher level.
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. is seeking a new home for its “Raw” and “Smackdown” shows after failing to renew an agreement to air the programs on Comcast Corp.’s USA and SyFy cable networks.
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