Silvio Berlusconi's conviction last month on tax fraud charges might have seemed like a closing chapter in his long and colorful career. But it was actually just a cliffhanger.
Last week offered some big plot twists in the ongoing saga of Silvio Berlusconi, who was sentenced to jail just a few days after sealing an important and strategic deal for his Italian pay-TV service.
Silvio Berlusconi today was convicted by an Italian court and sentenced to one year in jail, and is likely to be hit with a five-year ban on holding public office. It's unlikely the 76-year-old mogul…
ROME – Shares in Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset rose more than 3% Tuesday, signalling markets don't expect major repercussions on the TV company as Italy's supreme court begins ruling on the final…
ROME — Silvio Berlusconi has been convicted to seven years by a Milan court on charges of paying for sex with a minor and abusing his powers as prime minister to try and cover it up. The verdict ends…
Silvio Berlusconi's legal woes worsened Wednesday when a Milan appeals court upheld his four-year jail sentence for tax fraud involving multimillion-dollar Hollywood deals.
Italy got a new government on Sunday, sealing Silvio Berlusconi's stunning political comeback with key posts for his PDL party just as his Mediaset TV empire is prepping to launch into digital…
Italian commercial broadcaster Mediaset on Monday launched Ad4Ventures, an innovative fund devised by executive VP Piersilvio Berlusconi that will offer free TV spots to local and international…
Former Italo prime minister and media magnate Silvio Berlusconi has been convicted to a year in jail in a wiretapping case in which a transcribed phone conversation was printed in a newspaper owned…
A documentary about Italy's decline during the Silvio Berlusconi era, co-written by former Economist magazine editor Bill Emmott, is sparking controversy locally after Rome's modern art museum…
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