WWE

World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., commonly shortened to its trade name WWE, is an American professional wrestling promotion. A global integrated media and entertainment company, WWE has also branched out... Wikipedia

  • Trading name:  WWE
  • Formerly called:  Titan Sports, Inc. (1980–1999), World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. (1999–2002)
  • Type:  Public
  • Traded as:  NYSE: WWE, S&P 400 component
  • ISIN:  [ US98156Q1085]
  • Industry:  Professional wrestling, Streaming media
  • Predecessor:  Capitol Wrestling Corporation Ltd.
  • Founder:  Jess McMahon or Vincent J. McMahon, (as Capitol Wrestling Corporation Ltd.), Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon, (as Titan Sports, Inc.)
  • Area served:  Worldwide
  • Key people:  Stephanie McMahon – (Chairwoman and Co-CEO), Nick Khan – (Co-CEO), Paul "Triple H" Levesque – (Chief content officer and Head of Creative), Frank A. Riddick – (President and Chief Financial Officer), Bradley M. Blum – (Executive Vice President of Operations)
  • Products:  Films, Finance, Home video, Live events, Merchandise, Music, Publishing, Streaming network service, Television
  • Services:  Licensing
  • Revenue:  US$ 1.095 billion (2021)
  • Operating income:  US$ 259 million (2021)
  • Total assets:  US$ 1.204 billion (2021)
  • Total equity:  US$ 381.3 million (2021)
  • Owner:  Vince McMahon
  • Number of employees:  ~870 (2021)
  • Divisions:  WWE Books, WWE Libraries, WWE Music Group, WWE Network, WWE Podcast Network, WWE Performance Center, WWE Shop, WWE Studios
  • Subsidiaries:  Tapout (50%), Alpha Entertainment, TSI Realty Company, WCW Inc, WWE Asia Pacific, WWE Australia, WWE Canada, WWE Germany, WWE Jet Services, WWE Latin America, WWE Middle East and Africa, WWE Properties International
  • Website:  wwe.com
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo