The tax man cometh -- to the Mouse House.
AOL Time Warner reshuffled management at America Online on Wednesday as it ramps up efforts to get the giant Internet service provider back on track.
A change in accounting rules helped Marvel Enterprises get back in the black for the first quarter, and comics giant said rights revenue from movie blockbuster "Spider-Man" should help keep things…
Microsoft has pulled its three non-executive directors from the board of Telewest, a move that could signal future debt restructuring for the troubled U.K. cabler.
News Corp. slipped to a loss of nearly $4 billion in the latest quarter on a massive writedown for its stake in troubled Gemstar. Hollywood pics and cable nets, however, swelled Fox profits, and Wall…
Negotiators for AFTRA and major record labels will launch talks Thursday in Gotham on a sound recordings contract, seven weeks prior to the June 30 expiration of the current pact.
Indie labels and artists' reps hit Capitol Hill Tuesday in an 11th-hour bid to push through a new royalty rate webcasters will have to pay for music streamed on the Internet.
The collapsing Kirch empire has sold its stake in production company Constantin Film in a $26 million cash-and-stock deal as it continues to fight insolvency, it revealed Tuesday.
Members of the Writers Guild of America East have ratified a three-year deal with ABC covering 180 newsroom employees in New York and Washington, D.C.
Vivendi Universal buried the hatchet with Rupert Murdoch by selling its 14% stake in his Blighty satcaster BSkyB in a $2.5 billion deal Tuesday -- only to start a new row with the mogul over a…
A group of Advanced Medien shareholders has filed a suit in a Munich court against former managers of the film-rights dealer alleging false figures.