Time Warner Drops After Posting Loss of Turner SubscribersBy
Operating profit falls, stoking investors’ cord-cutting fears
Company raises 2016 earnings forecast to $5.30 to $5.40/share
Time Warner Inc. fell to a two-year low after its Turner cable-network division lost subscribers, adding to investors’ fears that big media companies aren’t adjusting quickly enough to a shift in viewership habits.
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