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Who Could be Robert Iger’s Successor? Speculations Suggest Few Names

Who Could be Robert Iger’s Successor? Speculations Suggest Few Names

In recent news that stunned employees as well as outsiders Disney announced that it's COO and heir apparent to chief executive officer Bob Iger was leaving

With Tom Staggs now out of the scene, analysts predict that the Walt Disney Co. will now look out for an external candidate who can carry on the success of the company.

Shake Up in Leadership at SeaWorld Team as the Company Struggles for a Come Back

Shake Up in Leadership at SeaWorld Team as the Company Struggles for a Come Back

On Friday, SeaWorld Entertainment announced that it is replacing several of its executives as the company faces financial troubles with dropping stock prices and attendance. Troubles began for the company following controversies regarding its treatment of killer whales.

A decline in attendance for the company came in recent years after a documentary called Blackfish, depicted the treatment of orca whales at the company's water parks.

Netflix Shows May not be Void of Pre-Roll Promotions After all

Netflix Shows May not be Void of Pre-Roll Promotions After allNetflix subscriber rarely has to watch promotional snippets before their favorite TV shows and that's how it differs from the programs like the popular Thursday night drama, "How to Get Away with Murder" on ABC.

BuzzFeed Plans Greater Expansion as Andreessen Horowitz Invests $50 million

BuzzFeedBuzzFeed, the entertainment website will receive $50 investment from Andreessen Horowitz as was reported in its recent funding agenda. The new investment will value the company at $850 million.

Andreessen Horowitz, the venture capitalist firm with its investment of $50 million in BuzzFeed, will be beating the collective amount which the site could source in four of its earlier funding ventures.

Caesars Posts Wider Losses Due to Weakness in Atlantic City

Caesars-EntertainmentToday, Caesars Entertainment, the casino and resort giant based in Las Vegas reported its earnings for the second quarter.

The company reported wider losses for this quarter and attributed it to continual litheness in Atlantic City and regional markets where as the results remained strong for Las Vegas.

FT: Comcast, TWC in early stage talks to sell 3 million subscribers to Charter

Time-Warner-ComcastThe Financial Times has revealed in a Sunday report that bigwig cable TV operators Comcast and Time Warner Cable (TWC) are negotiating the prospective sale of 3 million of their subscribers to smaller rival Charter Communications.

According to the report, the talks which Comcast and TWC are currently holding with Charter are in early stages; with the potential deal being valued at approximately $20 billion.

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