Tammy Haddad, now a consultant for Politico, has an insightful interview with Ken Auletta of the New Yorker and the author of the new book, "Googled: The End of the World as We Know It." Interviewed…
U.S. laffer "Nurse Jackie" has been acquired by the BBC in a move likely to infuriate rival webs.
Erik Engstrom has taken the reins of Reed Elsevier as CEO following the resignation of Ian Smith.
Australian set designer Ralph Myers has been tapped to replace Neil Armfield as artistic director of Company B Belvoir.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has started a two-year pilot study for the ad industry.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has ruled that Warren Beatty's suit against the Tribune Co. can go forward. He is suing over the TV and movie rights to the Dick Tracy character.
The presidents of the Screen Actors Guild, the Writers Guild of America and the Teamsters local are pressing Senate leaders to remove a tax on "Cadillac" insurance plans. My colleague Dave McNary…
Sony Pictures is arming itself with the French-Canadian box office hit "Fathers and Guns."
The presidents of SAG, the WGA and the Hollywood Teamsters have asked Congress to back off a proposed tax that would hit the "Cadillac" health plans that cover members of their unions.
Howard Gantman has been named VP of corporate communications for the Motion Picture Assn. of America in its D.C. office.
Giant Gallic telco France Telecom-Orange sealed an agreement with French trade orgs Tuesday.