Gaylord Entertainment Co. posted a threefold increase in net income for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, a record. Profits jumped to $ 8.8 million from $ 2 .9 million.
Six years after initial petitions were filed, employees at CNN's New York bureau may soon vote on unionization, following a recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board.
Members of the Vandellas and the Marvelettes, whose 1960s hits included "Heat Wave" and "Please, Mr. Postman," have sued Motown, claiming the record company broke contracts by failing to pay…
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s MCA Inc. said Frank P. Stanek was named president of its MCA Enterprises Intl. unit, succeeding J. Anthony Young.
Rentrak Corp. recorded a net loss of $ 685,006 (7 cents a share), compared to a net profit of $ 551,424 (6 cents), for the third fiscal quarter, ended Dec. 31 . The company's revenues were flat at $…
Sony USA said H. Guy Leibler was named president of Sony Plaza Inc., the newly created company that will manage the public and retail areas at Sony's new Madison Avenue office and entertainment…
Writers Guild of America members voted overwhelmingly to give the union's negotiating committee power to strike if ongoing talks fail to result in a new contract with CBS by March 1, when the current…
Confronting the dire financial condition of its health insurance fund, Actors Equity Assn. has quietly approved sweeping changes in its eligibility guidelines that will ultimately leave as many as…
Eileen Roddenberry has arrived where few others have gone before. Late last week, the former wife of "Star Trek"' creator Gene Roddenberry won her case against Norway, the company her late husband…
Live Entertainment faces a confirmation hearing in federal court March 17 for its pre-packaged plan of reorganization. The company seeks court approval of a debt-for-equity swap with its bondholders…
The historic Hollywood Palladium will close within three months, according to a management spokesman, because of a city-imposed curfew that the venue's owners claim is unworkable.