QVC Network Inc.'s quarterly earnings grew 31% as the home shopper continues to expand its reach and build sales.
Former Pacer Kerridge Corp. chairman David Phillips has been charged with five counts of fraud and perjury involving $ NZ9.4 million ($ 5.1 million).
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The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission attacked TCI Tuesday for a memo telling system managers to charge consumers more and blame the government.
IATSE, knee-deep in contract negotiations with the producers alliance, plans to make Whoopi with several thousand members Saturday at an outdoor "solidarity" rally in Burbank.
The Federal Trade Commission on Monday voted to challenge QVC Network's proposed acquisition of Paramount Communications, but the agency said the deal may proceed as long as Tele-Communications Inc…
Revenue doubled, but income slipped 20% at Intl. Family Entertainment Inc. as the company incurred start-up costs for the Cable Health Club, a new network; a United Kingdom version of the Family…
With no releases in the third quarter, Carolco's revenues slid, but the indie also managed to curb its losses. For its results, the feature film division relied on the foreign B.O. of "Basic…
Paramount Communications' board of directors on Monday unanimously recommended that shareholders reject the revised offer from QVC Network Inc. and not tender any of their shares to the company.
Warner Bros. has settled out of court with J2 Communications and agreed to pay approximately $ 80,000 in damages in a fraud suit, sources said.
The nation's regional telephone companies got the Supreme Court's go-ahead Monday to continue offering information services such as home shopping, stock reports and electronic yellow pages.