The nation's No. 2 toy company said Thursday that strong demand for its "Star Wars" line helped it post strong second-quarter profits of $32 million, besting Wall Street estimates by 400%.
ACNielsen Corp.'s second-quarter earnings rose 30% to $20.9 million, driven by strong U.S. and foreign operations.
New Line's "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" -- along with cablers and its magazine publishing arm -- helped Time Warner Inc. post a shagadelic June quarter, the media conglom said Wednesday.
Merger mania kept some Internet-related media stocks at bay Tuesday while investors began warming up again to bellwether performers such as Amazon.com, Broadcast.com and Yahoo!.
Liberty Media said Tuesday that it will swap its Internet and interactive TV assets for $4.11 billion in stock of music and video service TCI Music.
After failing to step out of the shadow of e-tailing giant Amazon.com, which became the largest music retailer on the Web within months of entering the business, CDNow on Tuesday said it will merge…
Broadcast design house Novocom has upped Barry Smith to director of business development while Angela Gaspar has been tapped manager of business development.
Dolby Laboratories has upped David Watts to managing director of the sound company's European headquarters in London and Wootton Basset, England.
Disney has taken its first major step to cash in on Wall Street's 'Net-friendly stance, announcing that it will pool its Internet holdings to form a publicly traded company called Go.com.
MGM Home Entertainment said Monday it has inked a distribution deal with E3 Corp. and plans to let its deal with Warner Home Video expire in 2000.
High prices and low consumer awareness may be dimming the future of digital television, according to a new study released Monday by tech analyst outfit Forrester Research Inc.