Tuning in: Say what you will about George W. Bush's presidency, but he'd make a lousy network executive. After a rebuke from voters in November's midterm elections, Bush embarked on a "listening…
Voiceover: Trying to predict where the stock market will be in 12 months, let alone five or 10 years out, is at best an imprecise science, at worst a fool's errand.
For Christmas, Political Ads: It is still 2006, but the holiday weekend will see Barack Obama and Duncan Hunter political ads. None come directly from the prospective candidates themselves, but from…
Prosecutors have requested a four-year sentence for Takafumi Horie, the former prexy of Livedoor, for his alleged violations of Japanese security laws.
Note: In earlier versions of this post, Warren Bell’s quote below, "I think I got the idea from an episode of ‘The West Wing’," was incorrectly written. For reasons that can only be blamed on…
Film and TV production in most of Canada is "a few days away from a major disruption," said brass at the union representing the country's actors after a clash between thesps and U.S. producers led to…
President Bush made a recess appointment of Warren Bell, writer and producer of "According to Jim," to fill the remaining vacant seat on the board of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The move…
The Yankees Entertainment Sports Network is suing Time Warner Cable, saying it has been underpaid by more than $1.5 million.
On the heels of settlements with the states of California and Texas, Sony BMG Music Entertainment has agreed to pay $4.25 million to 39 other states to resolve investigations into computer problems…
Brit keyboardist Matthew Fisher has won 40% share of the royalties for "A Whiter Shade of Pale," the 1960s hit he recorded with Procol Harum.
A judge has thrown out a suit by an Iraq War veteran against filmmaker Michael Moore. In the $35 million suit that also sought damages from Miramax, the soldier claimed Moore used his image without…