Agreeing to pay an estimated $350 million for the storied Los Angeles Dodgers, Fox Thursday laid the cornerstone of what is expected to become a U.S. sports empire, designed to complement News…
Just a day before some industry freelancers would have been subject to back taxes for not registering as home-based businesses, officials say the city council may delay implementation for writers…
New York Daily News editor-in-chief Pete Hamill quit Thursday, just nine months after arriving at the embattled tabloid.
Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) rejected a request Thursday by telcos and online companies to hold intellectual property treaties hostage until Hollywood agrees to water down…
Cinergi Pictures Entertainment Inc. chairman Andrew Vajna plans to offer at least $2.30 a share to buy out the company's public shareholders, the indie said Thursday, but the $31 million offer was…
At least four shareholders in Lin Television have filed lawsuits to block the station group's planned $1.7 billion merger with a subsidiary of investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst Inc.
Former junk bond king Michael Milken's divestments of stock in computer games company 7th Level Inc. were charitable donations, not sales, 7th Level said in a statement.
inergi Pictures Entertainment Inc. is expected today to announce final details of its liquidation, including the terms of chairman Andrew Vajna's offer price for the outstanding public stock.
Bruce Ramer, one of Hollywood's leading attorneys, has been tapped by Gov. Pete Wilson to join the California Economic Strategy Panel.
Time Warner Inc. and Tele-Communications Inc. will form two partnerships to manage jointly owned cable systems serving one million customers in Texas in a deal that helps both cablers cut their debt…