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    Virtual reality, not watches, to lead wearable market

    MarketWatch – 10:19 AM ET 08/04/2015

    Sales of virtual-reality devices are expected to reach 14 million units in 2016 as the industry gets more mainstream attention and Facebook Inc. (FB) begins selling its consumer-level Oculus Rift, according to a new report from industry tracker TrendForce. The company expects virtual reality, not smart watches, to ultimately lead the adoption of smart wearables, with initial interest and adoption spawned by videogames. Major entertainment companies, including Walt Disney Co.,...

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    Tom Cruise, 'Mission: Impossible' demolish box office expectations

    MarketWatch – 10:33 AM ET 08/03/2015

    Tom Cruise already announced plans for a sixth "Mission: Impossible." Is there any mission too grand for "Mission: Impossible--Rogue Nation" star Tom Cruise? The film, distributed by Viacom Inc.' s Paramount Pictures, opened to $56 million at the box office over the weekend, exceeding all expectations.

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    Comcast's NBC blocks Sling TV ads, Dish says

    Reuters – 12:55 PM ET 07/31/2015

    Dish Network Corp (DISH) said on Friday that Comcast Corp's (CMCSA) broadcast television network NBC is not airing ads promoting its Sling TV video streaming service in some markets. While NBC, part of Comcast's NBCUniversal film and TV unit, has banned Sling TV ads, other major networks such as ABC, CBS, Fox are running its commercials, Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch said in a blog post.

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    Thrifty Sony Still Has Some Explaining to Do

    MarketWatch – 6:07 PM ET 07/30/2015

    A bit of thrift is paying off for Sony (SNE). But color is still needed on how it plans to deploy the fresh cash it raised from investors. The Japanese electronics and entertainment giant saw net profit more than triple from a year earlier in the quarter that ended in June, far ahead of analyst estimates.

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    Sony Net Profit Surges

    DJ Business News – 3:05 AM ET 07/30/2015

    TOKYO-Sony Corp. said Thursday that its net profit more than tripled during the April-June quarter, helped by strong sales in its videogame and smartphone image sensor divisions. Net income rose to¥ 82.44 billion from¥ 26.8 billion a year earlier. Analysts surveyed by the Nikkei had expected a profit of¥ 50.5 billion.

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    Active Equities to Watch in the Consumer Goods Sector -- Apple, Koninklijke Philips, Sony, Harman Intl. Industries, and Whirlpool

    PR Newswire – 9:25 AM ET 07/28/2015

    NEW YORK, July 28, 2015 Equity Research Institute has initiated coverage on the following equities: Apple Inc. (AAPL), Koninklijke Philips N.V. (PHG), Sony Corporation (SNE), Harman International Industries Inc. (HAR), and Whirlpool Corporation.

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    Disney's 'Ant-Man' inches past Sony at weekend box office

    MarketWatch – 11:49 AM ET 07/27/2015

    'Pixels,' other newcomers can't keep up with' Ant-Man'. Marvel's "Ant-Man," from the Walt Disney Co. (DIS), eked out another victory in the weekend's box office. The latest film in Marvel's cinematic universe edged out Adam Sandler and his comedic band of gaming heroes in newcomer "Pixels," from Sony Pictures.

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    Special Report: How Sony sanitized Adam Sandler movie to please Chinese censors

    Reuters – 10:06 AM ET 07/24/2015

    In a 2013 script for the movie “Pixels,” intergalactic aliens blast a hole in one of China’s national treasures – the Great Wall. That scene is gone from the final version of the sci-fi comedy, starring Adam Sandler and released by Sony Pictures Entertainment this week in the United States.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - July 24

    Reuters – 8:01 PM ET 07/23/2015


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    New CFO to take up post as Pearson sheds Financial Times

    MarketWatch – 5:49 PM ET 07/23/2015

    Pearson PLC announced the sale of the FT Group to Nikkei, Japan's largest media company, on Thursday. The Financial Times itself had reported earlier Thursday that its parent company was in advanced talks to sell the newspaper group to Axel Springer, Germany's biggest newspaper company. The Financial Times Group is made up of the newspaper, a number of related titles and a 50% stake in the Economist Group, publisher of the Economist magazine.

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    EU charges Sky, U.S. studios with limiting pay-TV access

    Reuters – 8:01 AM ET 07/23/2015

    * Licensing deals restrict access to Britain, Ireland. * U.S. studios are Disney (DIS), NBCUniversal, Paramount, Sony (SNE). * Twentieth Century Fox and Warner Brothers. * Commission launch pay-TV access investigation in Jan. 2014. The European Commission charged Sky UK and six major U.S. film studios on Thursday with illegally limiting access across the European Union to movies shown on pay-TV channels.

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    EU Files Antitrust Charges Against Six U.S. Film Studios

    DJ Business News – 7:15 AM ET 07/23/2015

    BRUSSELS-Europe's antitrust regulator took aim at Hollywood on Thursday, filing formal charges against six major U.S. film studios and pay-TV broadcaster Sky UK Ltd. over alleged illegal licensing agreements. The European Union accused the companies of violating competition laws by using clauses that restrict access to Sky's services outside Britain, in a move that could recast how pay-TV is sold and viewed in Europe. The six studios are Walt Disney Co. (DIS)' s Disney (DIS), Comcast...

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    EU charges Sky, U.S. film studios with restricting pay-TV access

    Reuters – 6:10 AM ET 07/23/2015

    The European Commission said on Thursday that it had charged Sky UK and six major U.S. film studios with limiting access across the European Union to pay-TV services. The Commission said in a statement that each of the six studios and Sky UK had agreed contractual restrictions preventing EU consumers outside Britain and Ireland from accessing Sky UK content.

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    Sony's drones will have a different mission

    MarketWatch – 5:50 PM ET 07/22/2015

    Sony (SNE) announces partnership with ZMP to form Aerosense drone firm. Sony (SNE) is the latest company to get into drones, but not in the way that you would expect. The company likely won't use drones to film its upcoming emoji movie, and they probably won't go the route of GoPro (GPRO) in introducing a quadcopter drone.

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    Hanergy Cancels Deal to Buy Solar Panels

    DJ Business News – 11:15 AM ET 07/20/2015

    HONG KONG-A Chinese solar-equipment maker at odds with Hong Kong's securities regulators said Monday it canceled a deal with its parent company to buy up to HK $50.51 billion worth of solar panels. The move comes five days after Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission ordered Hanergy Thin Film Power Group Ltd. (HNGSF) to keep trading of its shares suspended pending an unspecified investigation. An SFC spokesman said earlier today that the commission doesn't comment on...

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    MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN Starring Jennifer Garner, Martin Henderson, Kylie Rogers, Eugenio Derbez & Queen Latifah Begins Filming in Atlanta

    PR Newswire – 2:22 PM ET 07/17/2015

    DECATUR, Ga., July 17, 2015Filming began this week around Atlanta, Georgia, on Sony Pictures' new film, MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN, starring Jennifer Garner, Martin Henderson,John Carroll Lynch, Eugenio Derbez, and Queen Latifah. The film also introduces Kylie Rogers.

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    INSIGHT-Local TV takes news to Web in fight for cord cutters

    Reuters – 12:59 AM ET 07/14/2015

    Local TV stations are plugging one of the last major holes in mobile video: streaming their news to phones and tablets. This fall, 112 U.S. stations will begin streaming live newscasts through an app called NewsOn, one of several planned "over-the-top" offerings delivered online without a pay TV subscription.

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    Comcast Launches Streaming Service

    DJ Business News – 8:35 AM ET 07/13/2015

    Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) said Monday that it will launch a new $15- a-month streaming video service, the cable giant's first major move to offer TV over the Web to people who don't want a big bundle of cable channels. For now, the service, dubbed "Stream," will consist of local broadcast stations and HBO-leaving out cable channels like ESPN, AMC and Fox News. It will also include "thousands" of on-demand movies and shows as well as a cloud- based digital video recorder.

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    Nintendo President Satoru Iwata Dies of Cancer

    DJ Business News – 9:05 PM ET 07/12/2015

    TOKYO-Nintendo Co. President Satoru Iwata has died of cancer at age 55, the company said Monday, putting the company's leadership in question just months before it embarks on its first foray into mobile gaming. Iwata had been president since 2002 and led the introduction of successful products such as the Wii console. But in recent years, the company's share price and market presence lagged behind with the rise of games on smartphones, a trend which Mr.

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    China stock rout batters Asian firms linked to giant economy

    Reuters – 5:45 PM ET 07/12/2015

    * Stock crash inflicts pain on China-exposed companies across Asia. * Korean exporters, Australian miners, Japanese tourist stocks hit. * More pain seen as Chinese stock crash impact is fully realised. By Nichola Saminather. China's four-week-long stock market rout has wiped 28 percent off the Shanghai Composite Index and also inflicted pain on Asian firms most exposed to its mammoth economy.


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