If the Hollywood deals of 1992 are remembered in the years ahead, they'll likely be remembered for what they weren't.
Beleaguered Imagine Films Entertainment Inc. finally reported its financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 1992.
MBA alert: You are no longer the target of a massive Hollywood talent search.
Imagine Films Entertainment is deliberately keeping shareholders in the dark, according to one disgruntled Imagine shareholder.
The deadline for the Imagine Films special board committee to accept or reject Brian Grazer and Ron Howard's buyout offer came and went yesterday with no word from the company one way or the other.
King World Prods. is repurchasing up to 2 million of its common shares, or about 11% of its total, for about $ 112 million. The move makes sense, given KW's excess cash hoard, says its chief…
More than 150 industry exex received their own personal holiday greetings from the Internal Revenue Service this month--they might be subjected to a tax audit.
After churning through the '80s buying, selling, merging and purging, several of the largest entertainment companies are sitting on huge piles of cash. Paramount, Disney, Capital Cities/ABC and CBS…
Sony Pictures Entertainment may not be in the basketball business any time soon, but local sports experts said yesterday the movie and TV giant has good reason to be eying the Los Angeles Lakers.
Forget just stocks and bonds. Disney has also invested about 5% of its $ 2 billion portfolio in aircraft leases, where it essentially puts up money with another lender, usually a bank, to buy an…
Madonna beat out Woody Allen and Sinead O'Connor for the dubious honor of winning the Sour Apple award at the 52nd annual Golden Apple Awards and Christmas luncheon of the Hollywood Women's Press…
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