Elia Kazan's office behind the cashier's booth at the Victoria Theatre was listed in the Manhattan phone book.
Reading excerpts from Stanley Gold's letter to Michael Eisner ("Delivering a 'Dear Michael' letter, Daily Variety, Dec. 3), a particular phrase caught my eye: "the enormous loss of creative talent…
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Bruce Wasserstein buffed his reputation as a master dealmaker Tuesday, emerging as the surprise winning bidder for New York magazine.
Time Warner said Tuesday that former Harvard Law School dean Robert C. Clark will join its board of directors next month, serving on key committees that oversee corporate governance, audit and…
Italy's president, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, has dealt Silvio Berlusconi's government a humiliating blow by refusing to sign into law a controversial bill the prime minister's critics say would boost his…
With no fanfare, AFTRA has assumed jurisdiction over half a dozen primetime network series in what has been SAG's traditional turf. AFTRA currently covers CBS's "Joan of Arcadia" and "Still…
The forecast looks rocky for upcoming negotiations between Hollywood scribes and studios.
The long-discussed marriage of Lions Gate and Artisan Entertainment has been consummated.
Comcast has tapped a big gun to beef up its D.C. public affairs efforts, naming former Pentagon spokesman Victoria Clarke as senior advisor for Communications and Government Affairs.
Argentina's second-biggest cabler, Multicanal, has won backing from creditors to restructure the $525 million debt it defaulted on after the country's economy collapsed at the end of 2001.
Following his legal victory against Deutsche Bank, former German media mogul Leo Kirch is seeking at least E6 billion ($7.4 billion) in damages resulting from the bank's role in the insolvency of his…
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