Comcast Corp. has anointed Steve Burke, president of Comcast Cable Communications, as the executive who'll take charge of the company when it completes its merger with AT&T's cable systems later this…
AOL Time Warner shares plunged 24% on Thursday as investors, already sour on the stock, fled after news of an SEC investigation.
It's not often want-ads appear on the front page of the New York Times' business section, but there it was in bold print: Former Talk editor Tina Brown is officially a free agent.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an inquiry into AOL Time Warner accounting procedures. The inquiry was revealed by CEO Richard Parsons as he discussed second quarter financial…
The Agency for the Performing Arts won a $14.8 million jury verdict Wednesday in a case against the Walt Disney Co., where it claimed it was cheated it out of packaging fees on the ABC hit "Home…
Seven longtime members of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have filed a suit accusing the union and major employers of race discrimination and nepotism in hiring practices.
SAG is prepped for another raucous election following its unprecedented rerun of last year's contest.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has launched a letter-writing campaign in support of pending California legislation to put the brakes on runaway production.
Vivendi Universal will disclose its second quarter and first half 2002 results on Aug. 14 rather than July 26, due to an audit of the faltering media giant, the conglom said Wednesday.
Universal Studios Home Video has promoted Ken Graffeo, Lawrence Hariton and Richard Longwell to executive VPs in the marketing, operations and sales departments, respectively.
Encircled by a small army of charcoal-suited attorneys, the embattled Rigas boys stared blankly at the judge's bench as they faced the music together for their alleged financial misdeeds in U.S…