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New Owner For Shrek? Dreamworks Animation Stock Up On Buyout Talk - Sep. 29, 2014

dwa stock (Investors probably wish Kardashian DreamWorks could use Mr. Peabody's WABAC machine to go back in time and decide not to do this movie.) web site "Turbo", about a racing snail, also flopped in the summer of 2013. Although "How to Train Your Dragon 2" was a big critical success and has done well overseas, some investors are disappointed by the fact that the film's box http://hermelinda.sosblogs.com office in the U.S. was lower than the first film's take in 2010. DreamWorks Animation, which is run separately from the DreamWorks live action studio, has struggled to impress investors since it went public nearly 10 years ago. It hit an all-time high of near $45 in early 2010, but the stock now trades slightly below its initial public offering price of $28. Even with the big pop on Monday, the stock is down 26% in 2014. The movie business is notoriously difficult. Disney ( DIS ), which acquired DreamWorks Animation rival Pixar in 2006, has been far more successful at the box office over the long haul than DreamWorks Animation.
Source: http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/29/investing/dreamworks-animation-softbank/index.html?section=money_news_international

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