STAR, News Corp.'s Asian entertainment division, has struck a movie distribution deal in Japan and a major channel carriage agreement in the U.S. Hong Kong-based company, which owns one of the…
Carl Icahn is moving ahead with his campaign to oust Yahoo's board of directors without public backing by Microsoft.
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Singapore has introduced a three-tier classification system for videogames.
Ushered to a stage by 40 fat pandas, Jack Black was in fighting form as he promoted DreamWorks Animation's "Kung Fu Panda" to a gaggle of press on the Carlton beach.
Double-digit revenue growth was matched by even higher increases in costs, sending Electronic Arts into the red for its fiscal year ended March 31.
Carl Icahn may pick up where Microsoft left off with Yahoo.
Nintendo has sold six million Wii consoles in Japan, a record for TV game consoles since game mag publisher Enterbrain began its sales surveys in 1996.
Steve Jobs, who vowed never to bow to Hollywood, is now bending, in hopes of luring more premium content to his iTunes Store.