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Cooperman’s Omega Advisors: Exits Netflix; Adds CLF, P CHK; Trims DISH

Omega Advisors has rid itself of Netflix (NFLX) and cut its stake in Facebook (FB), Dish Network (DISH) and Chimera Investments (CIM), while adding stakes in Chesapeake Energy (CHK), Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) and Pandora (P) to its portfolio.

Serge Ibaka scored a career-high in points and beat his former Thunder team

In Oklahoma City, Ibaka went off. Serge Ibaka scored a career-high 31 points against his former team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, in Chesapeake Energy Arena to win 119-117. His final bucket came from the sideline to win the game after...Show More Summary

Clippers vs. Thunder: Score, Highlights, Reaction from 2016 Regular Season

The Los Angeles Clippers couldn't solve the Oklahoma City Thunder nine days ago, but they broke through on Friday night and earned a 110-108 win at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The Clippers (8-1) have now won five games in a row dating back to their last meeting with the Thunder (6-3) —who have dropped two straight following a 6-1 start to the season. Show More Summary

Chesapeake's Stock Rises Despite Billion Dollar Loss

Chesapeake Energy is still losing money but at a much slower rate, which sent the stock climbing on Thursday morning.

Lakers struggle offensively in 113-96 loss to Thunder

The Lakers became the next team on the wrong end of a Russell Westbrook triple double Sunday at Chesapeake Energy Arena, losing to the Oklahoma City Thunder 113-96. By the time 3:30 remained in the third quarter, Westbrook already reached double digits in rebounds, assists and points. The former...

Stocks open higher as crude oil climbs

Stocks are opening mostly higher on Wall Street, led by energy companies as the price of crude oil climbs. Chesapeake Energy rose 3% shortly after the opening bell Wednesday, the biggest gain in the Standard & Poor's 500 index. Morgan Stanley rose 1% after reporting earnings that beat analysts'...

Stocks open slightly lower on Wall Street

Stocks opened moderately lower on Wall Street on Wednesday, led by declines in energy and technology companies.  Oil and gas stocks fell along with prices for crude oil and natural gas. Chesapeake Energy sank 2%.  Tech companies were also falling. Swedish mobile networks company Ericsson dropped...

Chesapeake Energy says it's been subpoenaed over its accounting practices (CHK)

There's more bad news for Chesapeake Energy. In a regulatory filing on Thursday, the company said the Department of Justice served it a subpoena, asking for information about accounting practices for the purchase of oil and gas properties,...Show More Summary

Stocks open higher, buoyed by energy and materials firms

Stocks are opening higher on Wall Street, with the biggest gains going to energy and materials companies. Mining company Freeport-McMoRan rose 3%, the biggest gain in the Standard & Poor's 500 index. Chesapeake Energy rose 2%. Mattress maker Tempur Sealy plunged 22% after forecasting weak revenue...

Chesapeake is crashing after one of Carl Icahn's guys resigned from the board

Chesapeake Energy Corp. shares are crashing after one of Carl Icahn's reps resigned from the board. The energy company is down by 8.7% at $6.045 per share as of 10:47 a.m. ET. Earlier on Tuesday, the company announced that two boardShow More Summary

Icahn Books Loss In Chesapeake Energy For ‘Tax-Planning Purposes’

Billionaire hedge fund manager Carl Icahn cut shares of Chesapeake Energy (CHK) nearly in half for tax purposes. Icahn reported a 4.55% stake in the energy company, compared with 9.4% in August. Icahn said on his firm’s website that “we believe that over the past few years Doug Lawler and his team haan admirable job, especially in light of the circumstances. […]

Chesapeake Energy: A Turnaround Rally Worth Buying Into

Chesapeake is exhibiting financial discipline by lowering costs and reducing leverage, and investors are once again warming up to the shale giant.

Claims Against Aubrey McClendon's Estate Continue

On March 2, 2016 Aubrey McClendon, the former Chesapeake Energy Corp CEO and part owner of the Oklahoma City Thunder was tragically killed in a highway accident. For months it was speculated that McClendon may have committed suicideShow More Summary

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