Harun billionaires list hails a "new era of mainland China entrepreneurs"
Youku Tudou, the Chinese video streaming business, showed revenues up by more than half in the second quarter, but losses that doubled.
Asia Releasing will next month distribute highly anticipated Chinese comedy thriller "Lost In Hong Kong" as the first title for its new U.K. theatrical operation.
Chinese star Jiang Wen is among the first clients of Leeding Management, a new China-U.S. management firm established by Leeding Media.
Alibaba has appointed Wan Ling Martello from The Philippines to serve on its main board. The move is a further signal of Alibaba's international ambitions.
Indian media conglomerate Zee Entertainment Enterprises has launched DishFlix, a new video on demand service.
Leading Chinese film studio Huayi Brothers has outlined a $4.65 billion with Ping An Bank to jointly develop cultural businesses, including film, Internet activities and theme parks.
"Departures" star Masahiro Motoki will head the cast of hot auteur Miwa Nishikawa's new film "The Long Excuse."
Chinese stock markets crashed again on Tuesday. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped by 6.2%.
Huayi Brothers, China's largest private-sector film company, has sold $560 million of new shares to a quartet of institutional and corporate investors, including Alibaba and Tencent.
"Jurassic World" won its second straight weekend at the Japanese box office.