Entertainment

A Peek into Walt Disney Co Company Stock

It has not been one of those glorious years for Burbank, California based Walt Disney but it has also not been a bad year.

Netflix and IBM Reports Fourth Quarter Earnings

On Tuesday, Netflix reported its fourth quarter earnings, posting a big earnings beat of 7 cents per share.

Netflix continues to expand its business globally and that increases its net subscribers. In the Q4, the company crossed expectations adding 5.59 million subscribers. That also beat the company's previous guidance of 5.15 million for the quarter.

Disney World, Florida; A Series Secret Tunnels Moving Ground for the Staff

Walt Disney is not just about amusement, it is about how to offer the Disney magic at its best.

There are secret underground tunnels in Walt Disney World, Florida, which allows its staff to keep themselves hidden from the public eye and move to their respective work zones. That's cool isn't it? Although most people do not know about these tunnels but they are buzzing with life with working offices, cafeterias and even a hairdresser.

California Water District Accuses Hollywood Actor Tom Selleck of Stealing Water from Public Hydrant

California Water District Accuses Hollywood Actor Tom Selleck of Stealing Water from Public HydrantWater is the most precious commodity in California especially in a time when the state is witnessing the fourth year of drought.

Amidst major water cuts in the state, Hollywood actor Tom Selleck was accused of stealing water from a public hydrant for his sixty acre ranch.

Sprint, Spotify reportedly partnering to bring free or discounted music streaming service

Sprint-SpotifyA new Recode report has revealed that Sprint and Spotify are apparently working on some kind of a partnership which will help them bring a free or discounted music streaming service. The partnership will likely be announced by Sprint an April 29-scheduled event in New York.

Sony secure Abu Dhabi fund’s support

Sony secure Abu Dhabi fund’s supportAbu Dhabi’s investment fund would support the UK music company Sony for the final bid for EMI, according to information gathered from people close to Citibank’s $3.5bn-$4bn auction. The move would strengthen the financial position of Sony making it top competitor of bidders including BMG Music Publishing, Ronald Perelman’s MacAndrews & Forbes group, Universal Music and Len Blavatnik’s Warner Music.

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