Media

For years there has been speculation that Amazon might be broken into pieces. One reason is that Amazon is worth more than the sum of its pieces to shareholders. The other is that the federal...
Warner Bros. Discovery's CEO was supposed to be the smartest media executive in the industry. That has not worked out at all.
Bob Iger’s comments to Disney’s senior management largely centered around support of plans by his predecessor, Bob Chapek.
Now that Bob Chapek is back as Disney CEO, he may want to be board chair again too.
An examination of Bob Iger’s return to his old post as CEO of Disney shows the extent to which he and the board of directors are at fault for the company’s problems. As the management of now...
Elon Musk, the richest man in the world and the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, paid $44 billion for Twitter last month. Most M&A and social media experts believe the decision will be among the...
Former hedge fund chief, founder of TheStreet.com, and CNBC stock picker Jim Cramer chose the tech stocks he believes will make a comeback from major market sell-offs. They have been the most...
Can Bob Iger resurrect Disney or is the company too broken to fix?
The changes that CEO David Zaslav introduced at CNN have done nothing but put the news channel in third place among the three big all-news channels.
Disney CEO Chapek’s past performance has been poor. It appears the future will not be any better.
Somehow, someone made it through Twitter’s system to block accounts people use to impersonate other people and companies. Perhaps, the Twitter chaos that followed Elon Musk’s takeover helped...
Investment guru Jim Cramer said that Disney CEO Bob Chapek “has to go.” This was immediately after earnings dropped Disney’s stock by 13% to a 52-week low. Within hours, Chapek announced plans...
CEO Bob Chapek has bungled Disney’s move into the streaming business, an arena on which he has bet the company's future.
Walt Disney results disappointed, leaving investors to ask whether improvements in the streaming business are worth it.
If the Times takes news accuracy seriously, it will drop off Twitter until Twitter has proved it can monitor and control hate speech, bots and inaccurate tweets.