DISThe Walt Disney Company New York Stock Exchange
The Walt Disney Company 500 South Buena Vista Street Burbank CA, 91521 http://www.disney.comWalt Disney Co together with its subsidiaries is a diversified worldwide entertainment company with operations in four business segments: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment, and Consumer Products & Interactive Media.
- CEO: Robert A. Iger
- Employees: 199,000
- Sector: Consumer Cyclical
- Industry: Entertainment
Latest news about the DIS
- Nancy Pelosi’s Husband Bought Stock Options in Apple, Tesla, and Disney
Paul Pelosi, the businessman spouse of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, bought calls in Apple, Tesla, and Disney, and bought shares of investment firm AllianceBernstein in late December.View More →
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The world's leading theme-park operator and all of the major cruise lines are showing no signs of getting back to business anytime soon.View More →
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Netflix shares touched an all-time high on Wednesday after the company delivered another impressive earnings report. Despite record subscriber growth in 2020, which was aided by the coronavirus pandemic, Netflix bears continue to roar about the onslaught of competition the streamer is facing. Streaming clearly reached a tipping point last year and the coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the transition from linear TV to streaming TV that co-CEO Reed Hastings predicted several years ago.View More →
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In this article we are going to list the 15 biggest companies that use AWS. Click to skip ahead and jump to the 5 biggest companies that use AWS. Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) is a multinational technology company based in USA. It is known for its state of the art e-commerce, digital streaming, cloud computing and […]View More →
- Disney+ May Have Another Hit Original Series
Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) came out of the gate strong with The Mandalorian leading its slate of Disney+ originals when it launched in late 2019. The series based in the Star Wars universe helped propel the streaming service to tens of millions of global subscribers. While subscription growth remained strong through 2020 as Disney+ expanded globally, some investors may hold concerns about Disney's ability to grow its library of original titles for the platform.View More →
- 'Bridgerton' renewal, monster earnings underscore Netflix's streaming dominance
Season 2 of Netflix’s “Bridgerton” has been officially renewed for season 2 — and it couldn’t come at a more perfect time for the streaming giant.View More →
- Here's My Top Robinhood Stock to Buy Right Now
Commission-free trading app Robinhood is a heat map of what is popular among retail investors in the stock market. The entertainment giant has seen its shares soar roughly 20% over the last 12 months as it recovers from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, while implementing its new streaming-focused strategy. Let's explore the reasons why Disney is my top Robinhood stock to buy right now.View More →
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Even in a post-pandemic world, the movie theater operator faces a slew of structural challenges that will be difficult to overcome.View More →
- What Is The Ownership Structure Like For The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS)?
The big shareholder groups in The Walt Disney Company ( NYSE:DIS ) have power over the company. Insiders often own a...View More →
- Why Magnite Stock Jumped to All-Time Highs Today
Shares of Magnite (NASDAQ: MGNI) jumped 10.5% to all-time highs today after getting a price-target bump from Wall Street. Craig-Hallum boosted its valuation estimate from $25 to $45, which represents 24% upside from yesterday's closing price. Analyst Jason Kreyer reiterated a buy rating on the advertising technology specialist, arguing that Magnite will continue to benefit from the ongoing shift in ad budgets from linear TV to connected TV (CTV) platforms.View More →
- Disney Announces Digital Summit Inspired by Minnie Mouse in Celebration of National Polka Dot Day
In celebration of National Polka Dot Day, Disney and Create & Cultivate announce Positively Minnie: The Polka Dot Summit 2.0 - The Digital Edition.View More →
- Netflix Earnings: Crashing Through the 200 Million Subscriber Mark
Investors had high expectations heading into Netflix's (NASDAQ: NFLX) fourth-quarter earnings report this week. The news was even better on the financial front, which seems set to include gushing cash flow into the foreseeable future. Netflix ran past management's prior forecast that called for subscriber additions to land at 6 million.View More →
- Magnite (MGNI) Extends Rally After Price Target Boost
Magnite (MGNI) shares moved sharply higher after Craig-Hallum reiterated its Buy rating and nearly doubled its price target to $45.View More →
- What are the highest-grossing movie franchises?
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- Netflix: A Stellar Year
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- Condé Nast Entertainment Pulls Another Top Hire From Walt Disney
New president Agnes Chu also announced a series of promotions within the entertainment division, while former president Oren Katzeff is understood to have left the company.View More →
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We knew the pandemic helped Netflix (NFLX), but we are getting a clearer picture of just how much – and the market likes what it sees.View More →