New Mexico may pass a tax-credit law to lure more productions like 'Breaking Bad,' and it wouldn't be the first. Do these schemes really work?
He's wealthy, savvy and has a crude sense of humor best suited for 20-somethings. Is he the right host for the Oscars?
The company is trying to become less smutty and more aspirational. Can this new formula keep the house that Hefner built financially and culturally viable?
The gems taken during the well-planned hit may not reach the market immediately, but those uncut stones are like unmarked currency.
The Academy Awards yield riches every year for the caterers, limousine drivers, hair stylists and many others who support the movie industry.
The American International Toy Fair has some serious implications for toy companies' bottom lines.
The parent company of the video-rental service sees profits plunge 27%, and isn't expecting much growth anytime soon.
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