Benjamin Baldwin, an architect and designer recognized internationally for his simple and timeless interiors, died April 4.
Interactive Network said it will withdraw a registration statement from the SEC for a public offering of 2.5 million common shares.
Murphy J. Bennett, 70, a longtime associate and road manager for Sammy Davis Jr., died of cancer on April 7 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He had been ill for over a year.
The late Doug Marland, head writer for "As the World Turns" and co-creator of "Loving," will posthumously receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for Daytime Television during the Daytime Emmy Awards…
Don Clay, an interior designer in New York City, died April 12 of AIDS complications in Manhattan.
The Orange County Performing Arts Center has been awarded a $ 1.5 million programming grant by the Harry and Grace Steele Foundation, marking the Center's largest-ever operating grant.
Charles Kennedy has been promoted to vice president of program research at Fox Broadcasting Co., having been a director in that area since March 1990. He joined Fox as a manager a year earlier after…
Veteran entertainment attorney Allen H. Arrow announced Friday that he has ended his partnership with West Coast attorneys Jerry Edelstein and Peter Laird to join forces with longstanding…
Samuel Goldwyn Co. is proposing a reverse stock split, thereby reducing the number of shares outstanding by three-quarters.
DIC Enterprises has cleared a number of major overseas territories with its animated programming for next season, including the sale of "Sonic the Hedgehog, ""Hurricanes" and "Madeline" to French…
The Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency late last week granted $ 1.1 million under its disappearing loan program to eight entertainment-related companies that are either moving to or…