Times Mirror Co. earned a net income of $ 47.9 million (37 cents a share), for the second quarter, ended June 27. That compares to a net profit of $ 44.1 million (34 cents) in the same quarter last…
Unexpected activism and concern over such bread-and-butter issues as increasing technical advances in production punctuated activities during day six of the centennial convention of IATSE and Moving…
Montreal-headquartered Astral Communications Inc. doubled its net earnings to $ C951,000 ($ 808,350) for the quarter ended May 31, compared with the same quarter last year.
Peter Sealey has resigned as senior veepee of Coca-Cola, the soft drink giant announced Wednesday, marking the departure of Creative Artists Agency's point person on its ambitious "Always" campaign…
Even as TCI was gloomily predicting that cable reregulation would cost the company up to $ 160 million in annual revenues, consumer groups Wednesday asked the FCC to allow all cable customers…
Legislation that would grant collective bargaining rights to live performing artists and musicians drew predictable support and criticism at a House subcommittee hearing Wednesday.
Eight people have been elected to serve two-year terms on the Directors Guild of America's Western directors' council.
The story Wednesday about the PAGE (Professional Authors Group Enterprise), a privately owned electronic bulletin board system started by writers, should have said membership costs $35 a year.
General Instruments, the nation’s largest manufacturer of cable TV set-top boxes, posted a net income of $ 12 million (20 cents a share) for the second quarter, ended June 30, vs. a net loss of $ 10…
An Oakland woman has settled her privacy suit against CBS over a "Street Stories" show that followed a crime-victim squad into the woman's home for a report of alleged wife-beating.