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Larry Irving, President Clinton's choice to head the Commerce Dept. agency that advises the White House on telecommunications, sailed through a Senate Commerce Committee confirmation hearing Monday.
Rentrak Corp. posted a net loss of $ 895,061 (10 cents per share) for the year ended March 31. That compares to a net loss of $ 232,721 (3 cents) in the previous year.
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In a move designed to strengthen its already solid balance sheet and position it for further expansion, Savoy Pictures Entertainment Monday announced that it will access the public debt market.
Just two months after recommending purchase of the shares of Turner Broadcasting System, Oppenheimer analyst Jessica Reif has downgraded the stock from a "buy" to a "market performer."
Taking advantage of low interest rates, Time Warner and Paramount Communications made early calls on public debt Monday.
A federal judge on Friday upheld the decision by the Writers Guild of America , West, to shut down all public forums on the union's electronic bulletin board.
Former American Federation of Musicians local 47 president Bernie Fleischer apparently has settled his libel and defamation of character suit against six people who opposed his 1990 reelection bid.
Jose Tirado has been elected president of the Warners Bros. Office Employees, an independent union representing approximately 700 people at the studio and its affiliates.
Inovision Corp., a successor company of bankrupt indie Vestron Inc., won a $ 100 million out-of-court settlement Friday from Bank of America.
Sony's Electronic Publishing Co. announced Sunday the acquisition of Psygnosis Ltd., a Liverpool-based computer and videogame software developer and publisher.