German securities regulators confirmed Wednesday they will investigate possible insider trading after 2.8 million shares changed hands before film group Kinowelt Medien reported poor annual results…
With "Pearl Harbor" set to occupy Germany on June 7, that country's critics are throwing the same brickbats their Stateside colleagues did -- but with a twist.
German media giant Bertelsmann is preparing itself for a possible stock market flotation. Company is looking at cutting costs and disposing of non-core assets, money-losing operations and minority…
German securities regulators will decide Tuesday whether to launch an investigation into alleged insider trading at film group Kinowelt Medien.
Deutsche Telekom has denied reports that the planned sale of six regional cable systems to U.S. cable Liberty Media and its U.K. partner Klesch has run aground.
Beleaguered German kidvidder EM.TV is forecasting further losses for the current year. According to a company report released Wednesday, weak biz in the first months of 2001 and restructuring…
Since the launch of its first media fund a decade ago, Teutonic production fund Victory Media has produced TV fare at a profit to its investors.
"Charade" remake "The Truth About Charlie" and "Pay or Play" are the latest Hollywood products to be hawked to Teutonic investors as German film funds continue their investment spree in Hollywood.
German indie Edel Music has posted sales of DM 1.18 billion ($532 million) for 2000, up 162%, but with a loss $13 million, up from $9.2 million in 1999.
German broadcaster ProSiebenSat 1 is acquiring a 48% stake in German weblet TM3 for DM 131 million ($59 million).