Singer Paula Abdul was vindicated Thursday by a federal court jury that rejected backup singer Yvette Marine's claim that she sang co-lead vocals on Abdul's debut Virgin disc "Forever Your Girl."
In a surprise move, a federal judge Monday dismissed a lawsuit that accused Sony Music, label executives Tommy Mottola and Dave Glew and affiliates of racketeering, money laundering and extortion.
A federal judge has kept alive a lawsuit against United Artists Theaters by wheelchair-bound and hearing-impaired moviegoers but struck down most of their claims for damages.
A Sony Pictures Entertainment phone directory obtained by Daily Variety Thursday showed that alleged sex peddler Ivan Nagy had an office on the Columbia Pictures lot as recently as 10 months ago.
CBS, NBC and Fox Broadcasting Co., still miffed about the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' exclusive broadcast deal with ABC, are essentially boycotting the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Standard & Poor's Corp. assigned its Double-A-Minus rating to Walt Disney Co.'s latest registration of $ 1 billion of senior unsecured debt securities. S&P added that Disney operating cash flow in…
NBC is being called the "Nothing But Crock" network by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), who claims he was defamed by a "Dateline NBC" segment alleging he offered legislation to benefit a drug company in…
Turner Broadcasting System, which is closing in on a deal to acquire Castle Rock Entertainment and possibly New Line Cinema as well, Wednesday posted solid operating gains for its second quarter…
General Instrument Corp., the largest manufacturer of cable TV set-top boxes, confirmed board member Daniel F. Akerson as chairman and chief executive, effective Aug. 28. He replaces Donald Rumsfeld…
Closing arguments in the suit disputing whether Paula Abdul was the sole lead vocalist on her Virgin Records debut album "Forever Your Girl" were delivered Wednesday, with both sides emphasizing the…