Julie Taymor appears to be considering going the unknown route in casting the leads for her return to Broadway with "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."
When new-media litigator Steve Smith interviewed at different law firms back in the early 1990s, he was looking for two things: a firm with an excellent legal reputation and one where he would want…
Greenberg Glusker's philanthropic achievements rival its legal ones. Its attorneys serve on several educational, religious, advocacy and other charitable nonprofit boards.
Oriental Land has reported record attendance in 2008 for the two parks it operates in Japan: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.
The music has stopped for German users of YouTube due to a payment spat with Teutonic royalty collections org Gema.
Some high-profile industry donors and fund-raisers, unhappy with New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez's vociferous opposition to any effort to lift travel restrictions on Cuba, are threatening to…
China's powerful State Administration of Radio, Film and TV has tightened its grip on the biz by ordering all online content providers to apply for a license before broadcasting material on the…
Time's Karen Tumulty asks, "Why is the Queen carrying that handbag around her own house?"
After a yearlong legal battle, "Project Runway" is cleared to move to Lifetime, where it will bow in the summer.
Michael Moore elaborated on his earlier post, saying he was still stunned by President Obama's ousting of Rick Wagoner. He writes on his Website, "This bold move has sent the heads of corporate…