Charter to Acquire Cable Operator Bright House for $10.4 Billion
Adding the sixth-largest cable operator in the U.S. will solidify Charter's position as the second-largest cable firm.
DreamWorks Animation Stock Rises as 'Home' Opening Exceeds Expectations
Analysts say the first-weekend performance reduces the risk of a write-down on the movie, but they disagree on whether it will change investor sentiment.
Comcast to Invest $4 Billion in New Company Led by CFO
The cable giant will look for a successor for Michael Angelakis.
Apple's Rift With Comcast Complicates Potential NBCU Deal
Analysts say that since ABC, CBS and Fox are likely to be on board, NBCU could be required to play nice with Apple.
Russo Brothers Open Getaway Productions, Tap Mike Larocca as President (Exclusive)
Larocca comes to Getaway from Chernin Entertainment.
Sky Deutschland to Show All HBO Series Day-And-Date With U.S.
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Romance between fresh-faced Taiwanese schoolmates spans two generations
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CBS' two-part adaptation of Alice Hoffman’s best-selling novel is a cheap, chintzy adventure.