A former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe executive is seeking a federal court declaration that would allow him to return to the U.S. as a businessman/visitor despite a 1992 deportation.
Hailing the arrival of a "new technological revolution" with the advent of digital broadcasting, Rupert Murdoch Wednesday unveiled a series of deals designed to keep his News Corp. empire firmly in…
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Warner Bros. has completed the process of combining network production units Lorimar and Warner Bros. TV, resulting in the departure of about two dozen of the latter's estimated 100 employees.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday denied a last-ditch request by the cable industry to delay rate regulations that take effect today.
A group including New York money manager Mario Gabelli lowered its stake in Intl.
Basic cabler Nostalgia Network reported a second-quarter net loss of $ 359, 000 (3 cents per share), an improvement from a loss of $ 682,000 a year earlier. The L.A. company said quarter revenues…
Derrick O'Connor, a British actor whose credits include "Lethal Weapon 2," has filed suit against Fox Broadcasting Co. for allegedly showing his arrest for crimes he didn't commit on "America's Most…
The Coca-Cola Co. is seeking a federal court declaration that its polar bear commercial does not infringe a copyright possessed by the authors of a children's book featuring polar bears.
A New York federal judge has ruled that Walt Disney Co. has no claim to the packaging of an "Aladdin" cartoon video now in the stores and cannot prevent its distribution.
June Allyson and her husband filed suit against comic-agent Marty Ingels for slander and emotional distress in a fight over money. The Superior Court suit alleges that Ingels harassed and threatened…
Heidi Fleiss, who has pleaded innocent to six felony counts of pandering and drug possession, made an appearance before Municipal Court Judge David M. Horwitz to have her preliminary hearing date…