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BRIEF-O’Reilly automotive reports additional $1 bln share repurchase authorization

* O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. announces additional $1 billion share repurchase authorization

BRIEF-O'reilly Automotive Inc enters into an underwriting agreement

* O'Reilly Automotive Inc - on August 10, 2017, co entered into an underwriting agreement

BRIEF-O'Reilly Automotive offering aggregate of $750 mln of 3.600% senior notes due 2027

* O'Reilly Automotive Inc - offering by O'Reilly Automotive, Inc of aggregate of $750 million of 3.600% senior notes due 2027 - sec filing‍​ Source text (http://bit.ly/2uO3oBF) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-O’Reilly Automotive Q2 earnings per share $3.10

* O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. reports second quarter 2017 results

BRIEF-O'Reilly Automotive announces additional $1 bln share repurchase authorization

* O’Reilly Automotive Inc announces additional $1 billion share repurchase authorization

BRIEF-O’Reilly Automotive reports Q1 EPS of $2.83

* Sees fy 2017 total revenue between $9.1 billion to $9.3 billion

Fox News' Carlson draws 3.2 million viewers in O'Reilly's former time slot

Fox News' Tucker Carlson averaged 3.2 million viewers in his first show in Bill O'Reilly's former 8 p.m. EDT (0000 GMT) time slot on Monday, according to early numbers from Nielsen.

Bill O'Reilly to get up to $25 million payout from Fox News: source

Bill O'Reilly will get a payout of up to $25 million following his ouster from Fox News over sexual harassment allegations, a source familiar with the situation said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Bill O'Reilly to get up to $25 mln payout from Fox News -source

April 20 Bill O'Reilly will get a payout of up to $25 million following his ouster from Fox News over sexual harassment allegations, a source familiar with the situation said on Thursday.

Belated O’Reilly exit shows Fox still on back foot

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - It takes the exit of dozens of advertisers and numerous protests to force change at Twenty-First Century Fox, it seems. The company on Wednesday parted ways with top Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly in the wake of the criticism and lost ad dollars that followed a New York Times report cataloging sexual-harassment allegations he and Fox had settled. The U.S. cable channel’s chief architect, Roger Ailes, was booted amid a similar scandal nine months ago. The cleanup

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