Time Warner yesterday flooded the bond markets again with $ 1 billion worth of new debt for its second mammoth financing this year, taking advantage of the lower interest rate environment to…
The ongoing battle between Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland and former MGM-owner Kirk Kerkorian has taken a conflict-of-interest twist when CLBN asked L.A. Superior Court to rule that the law firm…
The ongoing crossfire between French-owned Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland and Epic Prods.' Eduard Sarlui and Moshe Diamant escalated yesterday when CLBN filed a cross-complaint claiming the pair…
Eastman Kodak Co. yesterday announced a series of aggressive actions to improve the company's performance, including large layoffs, mostly in the film imaging group.
Fox Inc. says the majority of Los Angeles residents support its expansion and renovation plans-- including those living in areas adjacent to the Century City-based studio.
Two powerhouses in their respective fields--Creative Artists Agency and Nike--are teaming up to develop sports-related entertainment projects.
Diane English and Joel Shukovsky scored a first-round knockdown yesterday in their fight against the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.
Larry Gelbart launched a SCUD missile Monday aimed directly at the executive offices of the Writers Guild of America West, charging that the union's leadership has repeatedly made crucial decisions…
Playboy Entertainment Group has reached an agreement with USA Network to air 26 half-hour episodes of its dramatic series "Eden." USA will begin the series this summer with a two-hour telefilm…
PaineWebber Inc. analyst Christopher Dixon downgraded his rating of Time Warner Inc. and Tele-Communications Inc. class A to "attractive" from "buy."
German media mogul Leo Kirch is in final stages of expanding his European empire again, this time to include a piece of Spain. The target is 25% of Spain's leading private TV station, Tele Cinco, the…