Dropping from the ASX 200 is both a natural conclusion and a sign of things to come for Seven West Media, whose share price has been sluggish for months.
As fallout from fake news and data privacy scandals continue to wear on Facebook, the company is finding that its challenges seem more like a feature than a bug in its business model.
Shares for both Nine and Fairfax have continued to drop following July's merger announcement. Will the union collapse before it even begins?
As the dust settles after the March trading quarter, some media companies are retreating to lick their wounds, as others continue their rise.
Seven West Media's chronically low share price raises questions about how the company plans to claw itself back into the black.
With Fairfax shareholders yesterday approving the spin-off of the Domain property website business at a meeting held before the annual meeting, the question is: what will support Fairfax Media shares around their current level?
The story here seems to be one of a big-talking US executive team persuading a folksy Australian board that the big money should flow like it does in the US pharmaceutical industry.
Embattled Allco Financial Group has produced a remarkable back-flip in response to an ASX query regarding non-disclosure of material information to shareholders, writes Adam Schwab.
Analysts at investment bank Merrill Lynch have put a big sell recommendation on Foster's Group ahead of its AGM tomorrow, describing it as valuing destroying, reports Glenn Dyer.
The Just Group’s newly appointed managing director, Jason Murray, made some interesting comments to the AFR recently. Murray was unhappy with the presence of billionaire rag trader Solly Lew’s percent on the share register, with a 21 percent stake, noting that it was "hindering" the company’s share price.