The closing of one of the entertainment industry's top business-management firms -- Breslauer, Jacobson, Rutman & Chapman -- may be announced as early as today, with three of the partners opening the…
Time Warner Entertainment and its partners US West and Japanese-based Itochu and Toshiba are considering buying cable systems and/or starting program services in Japan.
Despite heavy reregulation and rate rollbacks ordered by the federal government, Tele-Communications Inc. reported improved financial results for 1993. It included a narrowing of net losses and a…
European and U.S. entertainment industry reps began an early round of sparring Friday in anticipation of the European Commission's controversial Green Paper on audiovisual policy.
Stock of Atari Corp. rose 11% Friday after media giant Time Warner Inc. bought an additional 2% stake in the multimedia entertainment company for $ 12. 75 million. Atari stock closed up 75 cents at $…
Furthering the restructuring of Largo Entertainment that began when founder Lawrence Gordon left the indie for a deal with MCA/Universal, Largo has tapped Peter Elson as its executive veep, giving…
Ruling on a screenwriter's suit against Silver Pictures, the state Supreme Court has decreed that sexual harassment involving people of the same sex is illegal in California.
Credit Lyonnais, the longtime film industry banker and owner of MGM/UA, reported a massive 6.9 billion francs ($ 1.2 billion) loss for 1993 and warned Thursday that it will not be developing new…
Manager/producers Barry Krost and Doug Chapin will end their current business relationship with the Producers Entertainment Group Ltd.
Carolco Pictures and former subsid Live Entertainment agreed in principle to merge Thursday in a tax-free exchange of stock.