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  1. Simon Cowell, Sony Unveil X Headphones

    3:52 am 9/11/2012

    The $299 product will compete with Beats Electronics' Beats by Dre and be featured on this season of "X Factor" in the U.S.Read more

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  2. British Media, Celebrities React to Andy Murray's U.S. Open Win

    3:02 am 9/11/2012

    The first British man to win a tennis grand slam tournament in 76 years could attract new endorsement deals.Read more

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  3. BFI Names Isabel Davis as Head of International

    1:00 am 9/11/2012

    Davis, a familiar face on the festival circuit, will be tasked with overseeing the strategic overview for all international activity at the British Film Institute and its external partners.Read more

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  4. President Obama's Campaign Trashes '2016: Obama's America'

    9:31 pm 9/10/2012

    Filmmakers call it "the movie the White House doesn't want you to see." Apparently, they're right.Read more

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  5. Geoffrey Ammer Memorial Service Set for Friday

    6:33 pm 9/10/2012

    The veteran Hollywood marketing executive died Sunday at age 62. An education fund has been set up for his two young children.Read more

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  6. Zynga Chief Marketing Officer Resigns

    4:01 pm 9/10/2012

    Shares of the gaming company have fallen 81 percent in six months.Read more

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  7. Analyst: Nickelodeon Isn't Pulling Its Weight at Viacom

    3:44 pm 9/10/2012

    The children's network needs to improve its programming, a Wall Street analyst said Monday.Read more

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  8. Jury Orders 'Girls Gone Wild' Creator Joe Francis to Pay Casino Mogul Steve Wynn $20 Million for Defamation

    1:26 pm 9/10/2012

    Francis, who plans to appeal, tells THR, "I'm startled by the jury's verdict"; Wynn's legal team is happy with jury's "loud" verdict.Read more

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  9. Judge Dismisses Part of Velvet Underground's Lawsuit Against Andy Warhol Foundation

    11:38 am 9/10/2012

    The strange lawsuit concerning one of the most iconic album covers of all time will survive, but over trademark and not copyright.Read more

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  10. WME Sues CNBC Anchor Over Six-Figure Commissions

    11:10 am 9/10/2012

    Amanda Drury allegedly terminated agency in December 2010 and has failed to pay 10 percent on "lucrative" CNBC deal.Read more

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