Walt Disney Co (DIS.N)
8 Dec 2017
Dec 7 Media company Walt Disney Co on Thursday named Oracle Corp's chief executive, Safra Catz, and her counterpart at Illumina Inc, Francis A. deSouza, to its board.
* DISNEY BOARD ELECTS ORACLE’S SAFRA CATZ AND ILLUMINA’S FRANCIS A. DESOUZA AS DIRECTORS
* COMCAST CONTINUES TO PURSUE FOX ASSETS - CNBC, CITING SOURCES
Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger will likely extend his tenure past 2019 to facilitate integration of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc assets if a deal is completed, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
Dec 6 Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger will likely extend his tenure past 2019 to facilitate integration of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc assets if a deal is completed, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - The Force could be with a Walt Disney deal for Twenty-First Century Fox. The Magic Kingdom is getting close to buying parts of Rupert Murdoch’s $60 billion empire, according to news reports. Disney would add to its clout with global outlets and cable content. The Murdoch family, meanwhile, may fancy shares in a bigger group. A deal could help with succession problems at both companies, too.
Dec 6 Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger will likely extend his tenure past 2019 to facilitate integration of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc's assets with the company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
BRIEF-Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger Likely To Stay At Company for Additional 2-3 Years If Deal With 21St Century Fox Goes Through- CNBC
* WALT DISNEY CEO BOB IGER LIKELY TO STAY AT COMPANY AN ADDITIONAL TWO TO THREE YEARS IF A DEAL WITH 21ST CENTURY FOX GOES THROUGH- CNBC, CITING SOURCE Source text : http://cnb.cx/2iy4ZaW Further company coverage:
BRIEF-Walt Disney CEO Iger Likely To Extend Tenure Past 2019 To Facilitate Integration Of Fox Assets With Disney - CNBC, citing DJ
* WALT DISNEY CO. CEO IGER LIKELY TO EXTEND TENURE PAST 2019 TO FACILITATE INTEGRATION OF FOX ASSETS WITH DISNEY - CNBC, CITING DOW JONES Further company coverage:
LONDON Britain's competition watchdog will give its initial verdict on Rupert Murdoch's bid to buy Sky next month, later than expected, due to the vast number of responses it has received on the deal.
|Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (FOXA.OQ)||$33.30||-0.88|
|Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (FOX.OQ)||$32.97||-0.80|
|Time Warner Inc (TWX.N)||$90.71||+0.34|
|Time Warner Inc (TWX_w.N)||--||--|
|CBS Corporation (CBS.N)||$57.47||+0.27|
|CBS Corporation (CBSa.N)||$57.75||0.00|
|Viacom, Inc. (VIAB.OQ)||$29.29||-0.35|
|Viacom, Inc. (VIA.OQ)||$34.00||-0.25|
|DreamWorks Animation LLC (DWA.OQ)||--||--|
|News Corp (NWSA.OQ)||$16.55||+0.19|