Snow White and a strong bottom line sent 6,000 Walt Disney Co. shareholders home happy Tuesday -- despite a gusher of red ink from Europe.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge dismissed a suit by Roseanne Arnold's sister claiming that she was entitled to half of the comic's earnings, including revenues from the hit series "Roseanne,"…
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Turner Broadcasting System's fourth-quarter net profits dropped 67% to $ 10 million or 4 cents per share after a $ 5 million charge for debt retirement. Revenues slipped 0.6% to $ 535 million.
In yet another lawsuit filed against a successful pic, a few not-so-good Marines have charged the makers of "A Few Good Men" with pilfering their true story of hazing a young recruit.
KPMG Peat Marwick execs finally handed over their independent audit of Euro Disney Monday, providing a small shot in the arm for the financially troubled theme park.
National Media Corp. decided Friday that ValueVision Intl.'s tender offer was too small and tossed it back, hoping a bigger fish will approach the direct marketer.
A minority group suing Walt Disney Attractions claims the company has inadequate goals for hiring minority contractors and workers.
Spy, the irreverent monthly that gave new meaning to the journalistic principle of afflicting the comfortable, is throwing in the towel after several failed attempts to find a buyer.
The University of Southern California, hoping to place more of its business students with entertainment companies, announced Friday the start of several core classes about financing, marketing and…
The full 10-member U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has agreed to consider whether laws against "indecent" broadcast and cable programming are constitutional.
The Federal Communications Commission will vote today to cut cable TV rates beyond the industrywide average 10% rollbacks adopted last year.