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  1. Oscars: Warner Bros., Sony Collect Most Noms

    8:40 am 1/16/2014

    Paramount picked up 13, with the help of "Nebraska" and "The Wolf of Wall Street."Read more

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  2. 'Blurred Lines' Lawsuit: Sony/ATV Settles With Marvin Gaye's Family (Exclusive)

    1:03 pm 1/13/2014

    The publishing company was accused of protecting Robin Thicke's hit song.Read more

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  3. Art Directors Guild Nominations Announced

    8:25 pm 1/8/2014

    The ceremony will take place Feb. 8 at the Beverly Hilton.Read more

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  4. CES: Sony Smart Eyeglass Could Score FIFA World Cup Trial

    1:21 pm 1/8/2014

    Soccer fans wearing the glasses in the stadium could record video and stream it live to the web.Read more

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  5. Former Sony Executive Ann Boyd Lands at Participant Media

    12:20 pm 1/7/2014

    She'll serve as executive vice president of communications for the socially minded production and financing company. Read more

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  6. Sony Taps Former NBCUniversal Exec to Head Film PR

    4:24 pm 1/6/2014

    Jean Guerin previously oversaw publicity for NBCUniversal's cable channels such as Bravo and Syfy. Read more

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  7. Michael Fasulo to Become Head of Sony Electronics U.S. Division

    3:24 pm 12/16/2013

    Fasulo will replace Phil Molyneux, while Toshifumi Okuda will be named president, the company announced Monday.Read more

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  8. 'X Factor' U.S. Boosts Results at TV Unit of Simon Cowell, Sony Venture

    1:26 am 12/5/2013

    Revenue for Simco, the TV production business of Syco Entertainment, rose nearly 10 percent for the latest fiscal year, with the U.S. contributing more than half.Read more

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  9. 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Trailer: Electro Shocks New York (Video)

    4:20 pm 12/4/2013

    Andrew Garfield's wallcrawler also discovers the truth about what OsCorp was using his father's research for.Read more

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  10. New Service Helps Celebrities Make Money From Social Media

    5:44 pm 12/2/2013

    A company called Mobio lets Hollywood stars hide content behind advertising and splits the revenue 50-50.Read more

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