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New York (CNNMoney) – Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox made an offer to buy Time Warner in June, and Time Warner gave a firm answer: No.
Even so, news of the proposal on Wednesday sent the stock of Time Warner soaring 15%.
Such a deal would be massive: the initial bid was $80 billion. That would value Time Warner at $85 a share, 20% higher than Time Warner has been trading.
(CNN) – Turns out "The Drew Carey Show" was right all along, "Cleveland rocks, Cleveland rocks!"
For those keeping score at home, the city named after Gen. Moses Cleveland is winning big, and that could mean big bucks.
After a stint in slightly-more-glamorous Miami, Florida, basketball's best LeBron James is coming back to the Cleveland Cavilers, because, he says, he missed his hardscrabble hometown.
"This could be the first chance we get a championship in over 50 years," one fan told local CNN affiliate WEWS.
But along with that championship ring, could Cleveland also get a shiny new economy?
(CNN) – Oklahoma has been experiencing an explosion in earthquake activity, believe it or not, it's had more than California this year.
A new study in Science Magazine links the uptick to a controversial drilling practice used by oil and gas companies, an industry that forms one of the pillars of Oklahoma's economy.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports after all this shaking, somebody might want to inspect that pillar for cracks.
(CNN) – Kendall Jones is just your average college sophomore. She's a cheerleader at Texas Tech, working on a marketing and sports therapy degree.
But she also travels to countries like Zimbabwe and South Africa to kill big game like lions, rhinos, and elephants, and posts pictures on Facebook of herself posing – with a big smile – beside the dead animals.