Monte and Margaret Van Vleet, a girl, Isabelle, March 17, Palmdale Medical Center.
The U.S. and Philippine governments signed an agreement yesterday under which the Philippines are pledging greater protection of U.S. copyrighted products such as films, records and books.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has prevailed over Giancarlo Parretti and Giovanni Di Stefano in a dispute over the company's profitable U.K. theater chain.
Pentafilm managing directors Carlo Bernasconi and Vittorio Cecchi Gori issued a statement yesterday denying "reports concerning the possible breakup" of the company. The release was issued from the…
Trimark Holdings Inc. announced it has purchased in excess of 321,000 shares of common stock on the open market over the past several months. The board of directors authorized management on Oct. 6 to…
No sooner did rumors surface about a possible bust-up of Turner Broadcasting by its two largest shareholders, then Wall Street analysts tended to downplay the gossip.
Time Warner announced yesterday that it will create in excess of 1,000 additional summer jobs throughout the company's businesses this summer.
Warner Bros. has been ordered to pay $ 1.6 million to the family of James Dean and their agent, Curtis Management Group, related to a suit the studio had lost (Daily Variety, July 17, 1992) over the…
MGM Grand Inc.'s board nominated retired Chrysler chairman Lee A. Iacocca and Nevada banking pioneer E. Parry Thomas as directors. Iacocca's nomination underscores his close ties with investor Kirk…
The former in-house lawyer for Home Shopping Network Inc. claims in a lawsuit he was fired over attempts to disclose financial improprieties at the company.
Marky Mark avoided a criminal trial yesterday by settling a civil lawsuit filed by a man who says the rapper broke his jaw.