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As the drumbeat of a U.K. phone hacking scandal rolls along, so does a lawsuit against News Corp.'s board by a handful of investors in Delaware Chancery Court. Amended and re-filed three times, most…
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Cablevision Systems has been slapped with a shareholder lawsuit over the Dolan family's plan to take the cable side of their biz private and spin off programming arm Rainbow Media into a publicly…
The shareholder litigation challenging Disney's $140 million 1996 severance payout to Michael Ovitz has moved into the discovery process.
Universal Studios' parent, Seagram Co., and Viacom haven't reached agreement on a plan to restructure ownership of their jointly owned USA Network nearly a month after a Delaware court ordered them…
The ongoing battle for Paramount Communications has again shifted from the boardroom to the courtroom. Barry Diller's QVC Thursday filed for a preliminary injunction to block Viacom's tender offer…
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