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  1. Sony Stock Rises in Tokyo After Studio Cancels 'The Interview' Release

    12:29 am 12/18/2014

    The stock rose 4.8 percent, outperforming Japan's benchmark Nikkei stock indexRead more

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  2. HBO Europe Launching Romanian Crime Drama 'Umbre'

    3:13 pm 12/17/2014

    it's an adaptation of Australia's 'Small Time Gangsters' Read more

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  3. CNN: U.S. to Name North Korea as Source of Sony Hack

    3:02 pm 12/17/2014

    Following theater chains' decision not to screen the film, Sony canceled the release of the North Korea-set assassination comedy on WednesdayRead more

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  4. Sony Hack: Producer Gavin Polone Apologizes in Advance for Any Leaked Emails (Guest Column)

    12:00 pm 12/17/2014

    In the future, everyone in Hollywood will be hacked and forced to atone for our inboxesRead more

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  5. TV Viewership Is on the Rise in Russia

    11:33 am 12/17/2014

    The economic crisis has made travel and more expensive entertainment less affordableRead more

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  6. Sony Hack: 5 Things the Studio Is Doing for Its Employees

    11:30 am 12/17/2014

    Psychologists on the lot, free ID theft coverage and FBI tips are helping staff endureRead more

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  7. Sony Hack Minimum Cost: Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

    11:00 am 12/17/2014

    Cyberterror specialist Stewart Baker answers five burning questionsRead more

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  8. Fox, Apollo Finalize Deal to Combine Endemol, Shine and Core Media

    10:54 am 12/17/2014

    The joint venture, called Endemol Shine Group, also announced a series of executive appointmentsRead more

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  9. Hollywood Docket: Iggy Azalea's Ex; Twitter's Celebrities; Kanye West's 'Gold Digger'

    10:52 am 12/17/2014

    Former boyfriends, dead celebrities and widows: A roundup of entertainment law developmentsRead more

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  10. Sony Hack Fallout: Executives Now "Afraid" to Send Emails

    10:30 am 12/17/2014

    The studio's nightmare has spooked iPhone-addled Hollywood as execs resort to old-school calls and Mark Cuban has a solution: an app that destroys messages after they're readRead more

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