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Howard Stringer Calls Harvey Weinstein Scandal “A Watershed Moment” for Film Industry

“Now women are organized and united and together will beat the system, whether the men want it or not,” said the former Sony CEO. “It's hard to believe this isn't a sea change.”

MIPCOM: Peter Dinklage, Charles Dance to Executive Produce ‘Quasimodo’

The 'Game of Thrones' stars board the series, which is based on Victor Hugo's classic novel 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' and is one of the drama pitches unveiled by new platform association Atrium TV.

Ex-Sony CEO Howard Stringer on Sony’s Failures and Time Inc.’s Big Challenges

In candid remarks, the former exec, now on the board of Time, Inc., compares Sony to a cemetery and says he’s not so sure Time will survive in the digital world

Jane Fonda Reveals Her Reaction to AFI Honor: ‘I Burst Into Tears’

The American Film Institute crowns another Fonda as it celebrates the actress' never-say-die career Thursday night in Hollywood.

Sony Corp. Chairman Howard Stringer to Retire

The 71-year-old said he will focus on new ventures, including charity work.

Oscar Party Diary: Inside the Dolby Theatre, Governors Ball, Elton John’s Fundraiser, Fox’s Soiree and More

George Clooney shows off his Oscar, Ben Affleck mingles, Quvenzhane Wallis gets her groove on, and Adele cheek-kisses Howard Stringer at the night's big fetes.

Sony Chairman Howard Stringer Faces Angry Shareholders

CEO Kazuo Hirai defends him at Sony's annual meeting and reiterates his focus on turning around the company's electronics business.

Sony CEO Designate Kazuo Hirai Streamlines Electronics Business

When he takes over from Howard Stringer on Sunday, he will take charge of the conglomerate's struggling TV sets operations.

Sony Loses $2 Billion in Fiscal Q3 2011

Sony announced net losses of 159 billion yen ($2.04 billion) for its fiscal third quarter, Oct.-Dec. 2011, with total sales down 17.4 percent versus the same period in 2010, to 1.8 trillion yen ($23 billion).

Kazuo Hirai to Succeed Howard Stringer at Sony Corp. (Report)

UPDATED: Sony’s deputy president has been considered by many to be Stringer's heir apparent. Move could come as soon as April.

Sony Races to Create Internet Alternative to Cable TV

The company will reportedly offer small bundles of channels to be delivered through Web-connected TV sets and other devices.

Sony Mulling Internet Rival to Pay TV Operators

The service would beam TV networks over the Internet to Sony devices in the U.S., including PlayStation gaming consoles, TV sets and Blu-ray players.