Chinese online giant Baidu on Wednesday confirmed that it has become a strategic shareholder in Uber, the taxi hailing app.
DreamWorks backer sheds cinema chain in debt reduction drive.
A Chinese investor, and associate of Dalian Wanda, is the front runner to buy Australian cinema chain Hoyts.
Chinese Internet group Baidu is said to be in the process of making an investment in Uber, the controversial taxi hailing app.
The Chinese group behind industry changing hit "Lost In Thailand", is to raise $163 million (RMB1 billion).
Multiple mistakes and misstatements occurred before acquisition by e-commerce giant Alibaba, to hit profits and asset value.
The fund will be one of the first non-Reminbi dominated funds to invest in China's media sector
Jeff Skoll's Participant Media and the Doha Film Institute have dissolved the $100 million revolving film fund they had jointly announced during the 2013 Berlin Film Festival when they said it would…
Struggling Australian free-to-air broadcaster Ten Network said that it had received a number of definite offers for the company. Ten is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and is currently…
Japanese giant recently bought stake in Legendary Entertainment