Rachelle Chong, a communications attorney from San Francisco, has emerged as the odds-on favorite to become President Clinton's pick to fill the vacant Republican seat on the Federal Communications…
The Los Angeles district attorney wants to interview singer Michael Jackson and has told the singer's attorneys that investigators will go "anywhere, anytime" to speak with the pop star.
Barbra Streisand donated her multimillion-dollar 24-acre estate for an environmental research center and retreat, a gift called "the most valuable land ever donated."
The rising yen skimmed some profits from an otherwise buoyant second quarter at Sony Corp.'s entertainment business.
American Multi Cinema executives detailed for stockholders at their annual meeting Thursday the operating plan under which the 1,617-screen circuit has enjoyed its best fiscal performance since it…
It's nail-biting time on Wall Street as Paramount shareholders both large and small try to decide what to do with their holdings.
Bell Atlantic and Italian state-owned telco holding company Stet have joined forces to develop multimedia transmission services in Italy.
Despite the uncertain financial implications of the new federal cable law, Falcon Cable Systems Co. was able to boost both revenue and cash flow and stem losses. For the third quarter, Falcon lost $…
In what legal pundits are calling a mass exodus, high-profile Hollywood attorneys Alan Schwartz and Jay Cooper reportedly are defecting with as many as 20 lawyers from Cooper, Epstein & Hewitt to the…
President Clinton's solid win on NAFTA in the House of Representatives Wednesday represents good news for a U.S. entertainment industry heavily dependent on open markets worldwide.