Members of Sony Pictures Entertainment's 60-person, in-house security force said Tuesday that they plan an organized sick-in today after being notified by company officials that they will be replaced…
After 10 days of grueling negotiations, the Writers Guild of America East and West said Tuesday they've reached an agreement with PBS covering all the major shows produced for the pubcaster.
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Live Entertainment Inc. found that a mouse, a cat and a silent-screen star were no match for Arnold and Sharon.
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).
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.
Seagram has upped its stake in Time Warner Inc. to 8.1% for a total investment of $ 1.1 billion. The Montreal-based company first bought into Time Warner last May, picking up a 5.7% stake for $ 700…
A week after being unceremoniously ousted from his offices on the Paramount lot, producer David Kirkpatrick has launched an all-out legal attack, filing a tell-all suit Monday against Paramount…
An attorney representing Philip L. DeGuere Jr., the writer/producer who is suing CBS over a pay-or-play deal that went sour, is seeking to disqualify the judge who will preside over the trial.
To showbiz operatives who create product as different as "Jurassic Park" and "Remains of the Day," the Bell companies seem about as distinctive as oatmeal. They all do the same thing: make the phones…
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.