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49. Time Warner
Time Warner
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 49 (Previous rank: 48)
Compare tool: Time Warner vs. Top 10
CEO: Jeffrey L. Bewkes
Address: 1 Time Warner Center
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-484-8000
New CEO Jeff Bewkes is trying to revive the share price of the entertainment giant (parent of both Fortune and and make the company more profitable. In addition to splitting up AOL's advertising and Internet access business into separate divisions, he has indicated the possibility of combining AOL with another entity. Reports suggest AOL is in talks with Yahoo. This past February, the company announced that New Line Cinema would be folded into the Warner Brothers family to cut costs. Bewkes has also announced an intention to reduce the company's 84% stake in its cable subsidiary.
Revenues 46,615.0 4.1
Profits 4,387.0 -33.0
Assets 133,830.0
Stockholders' equity 58,536.0
Market value (3/28/2008) 49,603.6
Revenues 9.4
Assets 3.3
Stockholders' equity 7.5
2007 $ 1.17
% change from 2006 -24.5
1997-2007 annual growth rate % N.A.
2007 -23.2
1997-2007 annual rate 11.6
Industry: Entertainment
1 Time Warner 49 46,615.0
2 Walt Disney 67 35,882.0
3 News Corp. 84 28,655.0
4 CBS 181 14,072.9
5 Viacom 191 13,495.5
6 Clear Channel Communications 339 7,363.5
7 Live Nation 539 4,185.0
8 Warner Music Group 615 3,385.0
9 Regal Entertainment Group 738 2,661.2
10 E.W. Scripps 768 2,518.5
11 AMC Entertainment 783 2,466.9
12 Univision Communications 838 2,196.0
13 Cinemark Holdings 978 1,682.8
From the May 5, 2008 issue
Revenues: Includes revenues from discontinued operations.
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