On the heels of debuting Ron Howard’s “Rush” at the Toronto Film Festival, Exclusive Media has tapped Ron Hohauser as its chief financial officer. Hohauser has been serving as a consultant to…
Citing expected strong performance from Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games" franchise, Standard and Poors rating agency has raised the studio's credit rating to B Plus from B with a stable outlook.
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Summit Entertainment and Lionsgate have agreed to walk down the aisle, combining the town's leading minimajors in a complex cash and stock deal worth $412.5 million.
Lionsgate has named investor Mark Rachesky , who owns 37 percent of the mini-major -- as co-chairman of the board.
Lionsgate shareholders opted for management's candidates for its 12-member board by a solid margin over five dissident candidates backed by Carl Icahn.
A New York judge has handed Carl Icahn a setback in his effort to place his five dissident nominees on the Lionsgate board next week.
Carl Icahn has won a partial victory in his battle for control of the Lionsgate board.
The cost of Carl keeps mounting at Lionsgate Entertainment.
The long-awaited showdown between Lionsgate management and Carl Icahn has a date: Dec. 14.
Lionsgate's reportedly pulling the plug on its efforts to buy MGM, leaving only Time Warner Inc. and Access Industries as bidders for the beleagurered studio.