NBC and Netflix are shelving projects with Bill Cosby as sexual assault allegations against the comedian mount. WSJ’s Lee Hawkins reports on the fallout and Cosby’s strategy for handling the growing controversy. Photo: Getty Images
Univision, the biggest Spanish-language broadcaster in the U.S., is in early talks with several media companies about a possible sale. The big question is just how high that price tag will ultimately go. WSJ’s Shalini Ramachandran joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: AP
AT’s move to buy DirectTV could boost AT’s financials but what will the impact on consumers be? MarketWatch’s Quentin Fottrell joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty Images.
Look beyond Comcast rumors; it’s a bigger iPhone that will boost earnings. Plus: McDermott and Principal do the Barron’s bounce.
MarketWatch Markets Writer Victor Reklaitis joins the News Hub with the latest from the stock markets of Asia, Europe and the United States. Plus, key stocks to watch today. Photo: Getty.
Comcast is looking to edge in on Netflix’s territory with the help of its own movie studio. Ben Fritz reports on the News Hub. Photo: Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment.
Comcast’s proposed $45 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable will draw supporters and opponents, covering a range of issues, but it sure to draw the sharp attention of regulators in Washington. Shalini Ramachandran joins MoneyBeat.
Cable and tech companies including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter, Google and Microsoft are expected to announce a new coalition to bolster efforts to expand access to Wi-Fi. Ryan Knutson joins MoneyBeat.