Technology companies led a market rebound Monday. Banks and health care stocks also notched gains. Energy took the biggest losses as crude oil prices declined. Big department store chains and consumer goods companies also declined.
Just before midday Frday the Dow rose as much as 293 points, but those gains eroded as investors again focused on the trade concerns that have rocked the market since late February. Canada announced $12.6 billion in retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods in response to the U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Comcast Corp., the second-largest U.S. pay-TV service, said it’s experiencing a nationwide interruption, affecting millions of customers. The Philadelphia-based TV, phone and internet service provider disclosed the problem Friday in a post on Twitter. “We’re currently experiencing a nationwide service interruption,” the company said. “We are working to have this resolved as quickly as possible.”
The company is moving him from Sacramento to succeed the retiring Chris Pike at KDKA and WPCW. Howell will assume his new role in July.
Digital and social media — maybe with a fun filter or some augmented thrown in — are all the rage right now fo rmarketers, but so-called traditional media still has all the reach, said a panel at Station Summit 2018 in Las Vegas on Thursday.
KUSA, Tegna’s Denver NBC affiliate, has appointed Eric Valadez as the station’s director of content. In this newly created role, Valadez will oversee the vision, hiring and strategy for all KUSA coverage and distribution of news across all content platforms.
Teansie Garfield, a former WFAA Dallas, exec returns to Sinclair to oversee operations at nine stations in Chico-Redding And Eureka.