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Soros Fund Management Dissolves Share Stake In Walt Disney, Takes In Tyson Foods
Walt Disney Says EPS From Continuing Operations For Q4 Decreased 72%
Disney+ Will Launch With About 50 Million Verizon Subscribers Through 1-Year Free Promotion -Verizon <VZ.N>
The Walt Disney Company, formerly TWDC Holdco 613 Corp, is a worldwide entertainment company. The Company operates in four business segments: Media Networks, Parks Experiences and Products, Studio Entertainment, and Direct-To-Consumer and International. The media networks segment includes cable and broadcast television networks, television production and distribution operations, domestic television stations, and radio networks and stations. The Company's Walt Disney Imagineering unit designs and develops new theme park concepts and attractions, as well as resort properties. The studio entertainment segment produces and acquires live-action and animated motion pictures, direct-to-video content, musical recordings and live stage plays. The Company also develops and publishes games, primarily for mobile platforms, books, magazines and comic books.
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500 S Buena Vista St
Robert A. Iger
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Christine M. McCarthy
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President
M. Jayne Parker
Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Executive Vice President
Senior Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
Zenia B. Mucha
Senior Executive Vice President Corporate Communications
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Wall Street's reaction so far to Walt Disney Co's <DIS.N> long-awaited streaming service suggests investors believe the competition may not be as crushing as expected for entertainment rival Netflix Inc <NFLX.O>.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 posted record closing highs on Wednesday helped by a big jump in Walt Disney shares, but the Nasdaq fell as stocks were kept in check by fresh uncertainty over U.S.-China trade relations.
Walt Disney Co <DIS.N> shares soared to a record high after the entertainment firm said its new streaming service, Disney+, had been met with "extraordinary consumer demand," reaching 10 million sign-ups in its first day.
* Indexes: Dow up 0.19%, S&P down 0.04%, Nasdaq down 0.2% (Updates to late afternoon)
Brazil's antitrust regulator said on Wednesday it will reassess Walt Disney Co's (DIS.N) $71 billion purchase of Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA.O) because the divestiture requested by the regulator as a condition for the merger of U.S. media companies has not happened yet.
Brazil's antitrust regulator said on Wednesday it will reassess U.S. media giant Walt Disney Co's (DIS.N) $71 billion purchase of Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA.O) because the divestiture requested by the regulator has not happened yet.
Walt Disney Co on Wednesday said its new streaming service, Disney+, has reached 10 million sign-ups since launching on Nov. 12. (Reporting by Helen Coster)
The benchmark S&P 500 stock index eked out a slim gain on Tuesday as President Donald Trump said the United States is close to signing an initial trade deal with China but offered no new details about negotiations.
During commercial breaks in a broadcast of World Wrestling Entertainment's WWE SmackDown, fans were shown ads for Walt Disney Co's <DIS.N> new streaming service, Disney+. So were "Monday Night Football" viewers and video gamers watching Twitch.
Walt Disney Co's long-awaited debut in the streaming media wars on Tuesday was hit with technical glitches that the company said were caused by higher-than-expected demand as it takes on rival Netflix Inc.
The three major U.S. stock indexes posted record closing highs and the S&P 500 registered a fifth straight week of gains on Friday as investors brushed aside worries over the progress of U.S.-China trade talks and as Walt Disney shares rose.
* Disney rises after streaming expenses come in below projection
U.S. stock index futures dipped on Friday as doubts about a trade deal between Washington and Beijing resurfaced, although strong results from Disney underscored a robust earnings season, a major driver behind Wall Street's record rise.
Walt Disney Co's <DIS.N> popular theme parks and a remake of "The Lion King" pushed earnings past Wall Street targets on Thursday, and the company spent less than it had projected on its big plunge into streaming entertainment.
Walt Disney Co beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit on Thursday, as strong performance in its flagship theme parks and the box office success of its films like "The Lion King" and "Toy Story 4" offset huge investments to launch its streaming service Disney+.
AT&T Inc <T.N> in May will launch its HBO Max streaming service with a new "Game of Thrones" series at the current HBO price of $15 a month in an aggressive move to battle Netflix, Disney and Apple for the future of TV.
Walt Disney Co's launch of its Disney+ streaming service will get a boost of about 50 million U.S. subscribers through a promotion with Verizon Communications Inc, the telecom provider said on Tuesday.
Walt Disney Co's <DIS.N> Marvel Entertainment said on Tuesday it would create exclusive weekly podcasts for satellite radio company SiriusXM Holdings Inc <SIRI.O> and its online music service Pandora starting next year.
Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday it will offer unlimited wireless and broadband customers a free one-year subscription to Walt Disney Co's soon-to-be-launched streaming service Disney+.
Netflix Inc <NFLX.O> added slightly more paying subscribers than Wall Street expected in the third quarter, a relief to investors who had worried the company might fall short just as Disney and Apple prepare to ramp up the streaming video wars.
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