Germany's Deutsche Telekom, Europe's largest telco group, on Monday posted a net loss of €24.6 billion ($27.1 billion), the biggest in German corporate history.
Making television history, Bill Clinton on Sunday became the country's first ex-president to take his gig to primetime television. Clinton and former Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole -- a statesman…
German media Group EM.TV on Friday terminated its "nonbinding letter of intent" to sell 49.9% of the Jim Henson Co. to an investment group led by former UPN exec Dean Valentine.
Bertelsman CEO Gunter Thielen has added his weight to the belief that the German media giant will not become publicly listed in the next few years -- completing the U-turn that followed the downfall…
Frank Brown has become president of MTV Networks Asia Pacific as his brief expands to include Japan and Australia.
Perhaps it was a case of pre-invasion jitters as SAG sounded a warning last week against possible blacklisting of thesps.
Georges Remi, alias Herge, the Belgian cartoonist behind famous comicbook globetrotter Tintin, died in Brussels on March 3, 1983, at the age of 75.
The end of the most highly anticipated corporate cliffhanger in German history is nearing, but exactly who will be victorious among the raiders of the bankrupt Kirch media empire remains a mystery.
Hollywood scribes, showing a preference for both populism and offbeat structure, tapped Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" for the WGA award for original screenplay and David Hare's "The Hours"…
Broadway's musicans called a strike at 12:01 a.m. today after a bid for an 11th-hour settlement with producers came up short. The shows will go on, albeit with "virtual orchestras" of synthesized or…
Vivendi Universal Thursday posted the largest loss in French corporate history -- $25.2 billion, most of it due to writedowns on entertainment properties. CEO Jean-Rene Fourtou remained coy about the…