Discop Asia '93 closed Friday, with buyers and sellers bidding the event a mixed farewell until next year's event in September.
Vowing to send out strike consent cards to its members immediately, the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees wearily ankled the bargaining table early Saturday morning after failing to hammer…
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BCE Inc. may seek to finance its proposed investment in Jones Intercable Inc. by selling equity in BCE Telecom Intl. Inc., the unit making the investment.
QVC Network over the weekend defended the decision of the Delaware Chancery Court that last month threw out key lockup agreements between Paramount and Viacom and created a level playing field in the…
The seething debate over the WGAW computer bulletin board was finally put to rest Friday when a federal district court judge dismissed a lawsuit that would have reopened the public computer…
The California Institute of the Arts said Friday that the Walt Disney Co. has established the Sharon Disney Lund Scholarship in Dance, a $ 500,000 endowment that will annually provide scholarships…
Small cable TV operators plan to seek emergency relief from the Federal Communications Commission next week, when they'll ask the agency to allow rate hikes despite an industry price freeze that's in…
What if a company threw a buyback and nobody came? Nobody, that is, except the guest of honor, who sent an RSVP in advance that he would attend.
David Handelman, the tenacious exec who led 20th Century Fox's fight for zoning clearance to expand the studio's facilities in Century City, has resigned.
As IATSE digs in for its last day of negotiations with the producers alliance today, things look mighty grim for a midnight contract settlement.
The feverish pace of cable/telephone company alliances got hotter Thursday with the announcement that Canadian-based BCE Telecom International will buy a 30% stake in Jones Intercable, the seventh…