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  1. NBC Uni looks to feed off Rmail

    5:00 am 5/1/2007

    NBC Universal has made a minor acquisition that will play a part in a major shift for its business down the road.Read more

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  2. Reardon voted in at AFTRA

    5:00 am 4/30/2007

    AFTRA New York president Roberta Reardon, an actress who has worked in daytime drama, commercials and TV voice-overs, has been unanimously voted by the union's national board to serve as AFTRA national president until July.Read more

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  3. DirecTV CEO paid $6.5 million in '06

    5:00 am 4/28/2007

    DirecTV Group Inc. paid chief executive Chase Carey compensation valued at $6.5 million in 2006, the satellite TV broadcaster disclosed Friday in its proxy statement.Read more

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  4. Dow hits record close, broader market ends flat

    5:00 am 4/28/2007

    Stocks finished a memorable week mostly flat Friday as investors tried to reconcile a weaker-than-expected estimate of first-quarter economic growth Friday with fresh evidence that corporate profits remain robust. A modest advance in the Dow Jones industrials sent the blue chips to their third record close in as many days.Read more

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  5. Whitacre stepping down from AT&T

    5:00 am 4/28/2007

    Edward Whitacre Jr., who led AT&T Inc.'s expansion into the largest telecommunications company in the nation, announced unexpectedly Friday that he will retire as chairman and chief executive in June.Read more

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  6. Euro Disney first-half loss narrows

    5:00 am 4/28/2007

    Euro Disney SCA, the owner and operator of the theme park outside Paris, said Friday that its fiscal first-half loss narrowed because of growing attendance and hotel revenue.Read more

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  7. Hearst-Argyle reports sharp Q1 drop

    5:00 am 4/28/2007

    Hearst-Argyle Television Inc., owner and operator of 26 television stations and two radio stations, on Friday said first-quarter earnings fell sharply, hurt by the loss of key sporting events on its network-affiliated stations.Read more

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  8. GE spinoff recommended to boost stock

    5:00 am 4/28/2007

    A Citigroup analyst suggested Friday that industrial conglomerate General Electric should spin off some operations, including entertainment arm NBC Universal, to boost its stock price.Read more

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  9. Sony launches video-sharing network

    5:00 am 4/27/2007

    Sony Corp. launched its own video-sharing site Friday in Japan, marking an effort by the entertainment conglomerate to capitalize on the phenomenon started by YouTube.Read more

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  10. SAG weighs in at nonunion audition

    5:00 am 4/27/2007

    SAG national president Alan Rosenberg and several Hollywood board members made a surprise appearance Thursday outside an audition for a nonunion Mercedes-Benz commercial in West Hollywood to inform actors entering the audition of its nonunion status.Read more

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