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  • Carl Icahn Reverses Apple Stock Drop With 'iCahn' Rally

    Carl Icahn has done it again: Shares in Apple enjoyed a big boost just hours after the billionaire investor bought "quite a bit" of the company's stock on Wednesday. The hedge fund manager has a history in helping raise Apple's value in what's been...
  • 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Heading For $950 Million, Analyst Projects

    Lionsgate's upcoming "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is projected to gross $950 million in worldwide box office, according to a new Wall Street analyst's report. Alan Gould of Evercore predicted that the film, starring Jennifer Lawrence, will gross...
  • 'Hunger Games' Fever Pushing Lionsgate Stock To Records

    Wall Street's love affair with Lionsgate, fueled by strong "Hunger Games" prospects and a brightening TV outlook, has continued with back-to-back record highs. Stock rose 42 cents to $33.70 on Friday following a 65 cent rise on Thursday. The stock is now...
  • Carl Icahn stock proposal on ballot for Apple shareholder meeting

    Carl Icahn stock proposal on ballot for Apple shareholder meeting
    Investor activist Carl Icahn has submitted an advisory proposal asking Apple to increase the size of its stock buyback program in 2014 to $50 billion.  The details of the proposal were included in a proxy statement that Apple filed Friday afternoon with...
  • Financial markets: Six highlights -- and absurdities -- of 2013

    Financial markets: Six highlights -- and absurdities -- of 2013
    Wall Street had plenty of reasons to think 2013 would go miserably for the stock market — what with a lackluster global economy, the U.S. government shutdown, Syria's civil war, the Obamacare fiasco and Miley Cyrus. Instead, we're on track for a...
  • Netflix Terminates 'Poison Pill' Plan, Which Was Designed to Ward Off Hostile Takeover

    Netflix announced Monday that it has terminated its stockholder rights plan -- known as a poison pill, designed to prevent a hostile takeover -- that it had put into place last year after billionaire investor Carl Icahn cut his stake in the company in...
  • Netflix CEO Reed Hastings realizes $5.3-million profit in stock sale

    Netflix CEO Reed Hastings realizes $5.3-million profit in stock sale
    Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings realized a $5.3-million profit from a post-Christmas stock sale, according to a new regulatory filing. Hastings acquired more than 15,238 shares for $417,750 on Dec. 26, which he sold for nearly $5.8 million that...
  • Apple TV: Amazon Uses AirPlay to Bring Video to Set-Top

    Apple TV doesn't offer a way to stream video from Amazon directly -- but the Internet retailer now has a way to reach the set-top anyway. On Tuesday Amazon updated its Instant Video app for iPads and iPhone to let users play back content on Apple TV set-...
  • MGM authorizes $75-million stock repurchase program

    MGM authorizes $75-million stock repurchase program
    MGM Holdings Inc., the parent of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., has authorized a $75-million stock repurchase plan and announced a dividend designed to protect the company from a hostile takeover. Privately held MGM said the move was not being adopted in...
  • Apple iPhone 5s and 5c Debut Leads to Long Lines, At Least One Brawl

    Wall Street wasn't impressed when Apple announced two new iPhone models last week -- but consumers have responded to the debut of its latest smartphones Friday with the usual gusto, and then some. Analysts expect Apple to sell up to 6 million iPhones...
  • Story of '80s corporate takeover feels fresh in 'Money'

    Story of '80s corporate takeover feels fresh in 'Money'
    It's difficult to watch director Dennis Zacek's staging of "Other People's Money" for Shattered Globe Theatre without thinking about the director's own well-publicized disputes with the board of Victory Gardens Theater, where he served as artistic...
  • Netflix Boosts CEO Reed Hastings Pay Package 50% in 2014 to $6 Mil

    Happy new year, Reed Hastings: The Netflix co-founder and CEO's compensation package will climb 50% in 2014 after the company's stock soared to record levels over the past year. Hastings, 53, will receive $3 million annual salary and $3 million in yearly...