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  1. Sony's Michael Lynton to Employees: "I Am Incredibly Sorry You Had to Go Through This"

    2:19 pm 12/15/2014

    In the wake of the cyberattack, the studio exec vowed, "This won't take us down."Read more

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  2. Sony Stock Price Hit by Hacking Problems But Worst May Be to Come

    8:10 am 12/15/2014

    Analysts are divided over long-term impact on Sony's valuationRead more

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  3. Sony Hack: Aaron Sorkin Defends Amy Pascal

    10:54 am 12/12/2014

    Seth Rogen and other filmmakers are also speaking out in support of the studio and its execsRead more

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  4. Sony Hack: Why Two Execs With the Same Title — But Not Gender — Are Nearly $1M Apart in Pay

    5:00 am 12/12/2014

    Writing anonymously for The Hollywood Reporter, a high-ranking film executive decries the fact that Hannah Minghella shares the same title with Michael De Luca, but not the same salaryRead more

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  5. 'The Interview' Premiere: Seth Rogen Thanks Amy Pascal "For Having The Balls to Make This Movie"

    6:18 pm 12/11/2014

    Rogen ducked reporters as fallout over the Sony cyberattack continuesRead more

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  6. Source: 'The Interview' Won't Be Released in Asia

    8:48 pm 12/10/2014

    A Sony insider says the decision was made before the hacking attack on its entertainment divisionRead more

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  7. Sony Not Allowing Media Interviews at 'The Interview' Premiere

    7:28 pm 12/10/2014

    The studio continues to face fallout from a cyberattackRead more

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  8. Sony and Marvel Discussed Spider-Man Appearing in 'Captain America: Civil War'

    8:12 pm 12/9/2014

    The details were revealed in hacked email correspondences involving Amy Pascal and Bob IgerRead more

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  9. FBI to Brief Sony Employees on Cybersecurity

    3:00 pm 12/8/2014

    Culver City employees will meet with the FBI on Wednesday Read more

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  10. Hackers Take Down Sony's PlayStation Network

    12:15 pm 12/8/2014

    The temporary attack appears unrelated to recent security breaches of Sony Pictures Entertainment's networkRead more

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