Simmering tensions exploded into all-out war Tuesday between the world's biggest Internet company and the traditional media conglom that's feeling the most pain from the Net.
Updated More Moolah: John McCain attends a $1,000-per-person lunchtime fund-raiser at the Beverly Hilton Hotel today that is thrown by his California finance committee. One of his rivals for the GOP…
He's tan, rested and … Michael Dukakis surely gave no sign on Monday night that he was ready to jump back into politics, almost a generation after he was the Democratic nominee for President. But at…
ASCAP and i-Safe have partnered in an effort to prevent kids from illegally downloading Internet content. New alliance, which launches a campaign this month that target the age demo 10-14, sends an…
Marvel Studio has tapped David Maisel as studio chairman, with Kevin Feige becoming the top creative exec in the wake of prexy-COO Michael Helfant's exit.
Tom Group plans to pay HK$1.7 billion (US$217.9 million) in an all-cash buyout offer for shares in the NASDAQ-listed subsidiary Tom Online that it doesn't already own.
Is Steven Spielberg helping to usher in Aaron Sorkin's return to Broadway? It's looking likely, with chatter surfacing on both coasts that Spielberg is joining Broadway producing org Dodger…
There's a hot script making the rounds of the Hollywood studios. According to the cover page, "Two Blind Mice" is "based on the true story of Michael Eisner & Mike Ovitz and their time at Disney…
Pan-European cinema chain Kinepolis Group Intl. has announced healthy 2006 results, driven by increased cinema attendance and higher margins.
Hit by the e42 million ($55.3 million) cost of restructuring its press division, media profits at France's Lagardere group fell 36.6% to $353 million in 2006 on revenues up 2.4% to $10.65 billion.