Last August, more than 30 parties expressed an interest in acquiring Imagine Films Entertainment, according to documents sent out yesterday to Imagine's public shareholders.
The movie "Sister Act" took two prizes at the 25th NAACP Image Awards, while soap opera "The Young and the Restless" and TV drama "I'll Fly Away" each won in three categories.
The U.S. motion picture and TV industries have globalized twice as fast as the overall U.S. economy, according to a study expected to be released today by the Commerce Department.
The post mortem on Imagine Films Entertainment has begun, with Wall Street exex and entertainment toppers left wondering if a small entertainment firm can, in fact, successfully function as a…
The Imagine Films Entertainment saga has almost drawn to a conclusion. The beleaguered production company, as expected, announced yesterday that its board has approved a $ 9-a-share buyout offer made…
Imagine Films Entertainment Inc. is expected to announce today that its board of directors has accepted company founders Brian Grazer and Ron Howard's $ 9 -a-share bid to acquire the remaining stock…
The buyout of Imagine Films Entertainment by founders Brian Grazer and Ron Howard for $ 9 a share looks more certain as the company's full board of directors meet today for a final consideration of…
Minneapolis-based Century Park Pictures Corp. announced yesterday that it has completed the private placement of $ 1.5 million in securities consisting of units containing two common shares and…
Entertainment giants Time Warner and Tele-Communications Inc. flooded the public bond markets this week with billions of dollars worth of new debt to take advantage of the lowest interest rates in…
King World Prods. yesterday reported record net income and earnings per share for its first fiscal quarter ended Nov. 30.
In a move Wall Street dubbed "unexpected," Blockbuster Entertainment prez Joseph R. Baczko resigned yesterday, just as the video retail giant announced it had initiated a corporatewide reorganization.