Fox Corporation

-$1.48 (-3.8%)
Closing price May 14, 2021
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AbbVie, Alcoa, Anheuser Busch, Applied Materials, CyberArk, Fox, Merck, Paychex, ViacomCBS and Waste Management.
The NFL has signed new deals worth $110 billion over 11 years for broadcast and streaming rights to the league's games.
Walt Disney is reportedly near a final agreement to sell its remaining 21 regional sports networks to Sinclair Broadcast for around $10 billion. Is that too much or too little?
The panel that has the power to decide the fates of bids for companies in the United Kingdom has decided to let the two competing bidders for satellite entertainment company Sky compete via an...
21st Century Fox announced that it has invested a combined $100 million into Caffeine and a newly formed venture called Caffeine Studios that is jointly owned by Fox Sports and Caffeine.
Smith & Wesson sales are off, OPEC may be close to a production deal, the United States could become the top producer of oil, and other important headlines.
Wednesday was a mixed day for the broad U.S. markets, but ultimately ended positive. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq recovered slightly from their losses earlier this week, but not so much for the Dow....
Twenty-First Century Fox saw its shares jump on Wednesday after it was announced that Walt Disney would be acquiring the firm.
Wednesday was another relatively flat day for the broad U.S. markets. Again, the Nasdaq hit an all-time high in the session reaching even higher above 7,700, although still closing flat. The S&P...
Tuesday's court ruling in favor of Verizon's acquisition of Time Warner may open the door to similar mega-deals not only in the media sector, but in the healthcare business.
Four of the top 10 holdings that hedge funds are investing in these days are in the technology sector. Here's a look at 10 stocks that dominate RBC's Hedge Fund Hot Dogs screen.
The two most-shorted Nasdaq stocks held onto their positions in the short-interest reporting period that ended on May 31. There was one big mover in an otherwise mostly calm two weeks.
Comcast likely to challenge Disney's bid for some of the assets of 21st Century Fox, Uber kills its U.S. self-driving car business, and other important headlines.
Ford encounters problems producing its F-150 pickup, the rejection of a nuclear proliferation deal with Iran could hurt Boeing, and other important headlines.
Owners of NASCAR may sell the company, China's trade balance balloons, Apple's reaches an all-time high, and other important headlines.