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Construction billionaire Ron Tutor has sold his stake in Miramax to co-owner Qatar Investment Authority amidst questions about the library's future.
Film financier David Bergstein claims in a lawsuit filed Monday that Miramax owes him millions of dollars and 3.33% of the company for his role in its sale from Disney.
For the second week in a row, Paramount's "True Grit" topped the Friday box office.
Former Disney CFO and Michael Eisner protege Richard Nanula is finding life after the Mouse House isn't as rosy as he had hoped.
Walt Disney Co. elevated a strategic planning exec, Tom Staggs, to be CFO Wednesday in a move that coincided with the resignation of Staggs' direct boss, chief strategic officer Larry Murphy.
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