Appropriately named "Golden Era" is first investment for new fund.
Internet giant heats up the race to make movies for the masses
Trio of companies will put up $814 million in bid to create world's largest O2O player
New alliance makes bridges gaps between real and online worlds, has multiple implications for entertainment sector, and increases competition for Alibaba
Digital and demographic changes force traditional film companies into rethink. Co-productions lose allure.
Regulators move against U.S. shows, but as Alibaba is proving, investment is likely to continue
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After the New York Times’ website went down Wednesday morning, the newspaper began posting breaking news to its Facebook page and Twitter while attempting to fix the issue. According to the company’s…
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