Eastman Kodak Co. weathered last year well, despite hefty restructuring charges, by posting higher earnings and sales for the fourth quarter.
Sen. John Danforth (R-Mo.), a leading cable TV critic in Congress, announced this week he will resign when his term ends in 1994.
The U.S. District Court in Atlanta has overturned a decision by the U.S. Copyright Office that would have denied compulsory copyright license protection to satellite companies that carry programming…
British publisher Reed Intl. is negotiating to sell its 3.7% stake in British Sky Broadcasting to fellow shareholders Pearson, Chargeurs and Granada.
Hollywood's most reliable fin-syn ally at the Federal Communications Commission has withdrawn from further participation in the issue and is entertaining a possible private sector job offer from a…
Walt Disney Studios chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg is completing a two-day swing to Capitol Hill today to lobby lawmakers on the issue of film labeling.
A.G. Edwards & Sons lowered its investment rating on Time Warner Inc. to "hold" from "buy," a market source says.
Excluding the one-time effects of two accounting changes, Knight Ridder Inc. earned $ 2.65 per share in 1992, a gain of 3.9% from $ 2.55 per share earned in 1991.
In a blockbuster legal move, Tom Hoberman has ankled his partnership post at Ziffren Brittenham & Branca for a partnership position at Hansen, Jacobson & Teller.
In the 23 years since the Federal Communications Commission adopted fin-syn rules to protect independent producers, the share of indie-produced programs in prime time has fallen dramatically.
Playboy Enterprises yesterday announced that operating income rose 40% to $ 1 .1 million for the company's fiscal 1993 second quarter, which ended Dec. 31, 1992, compared to the prior year. The…