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Sony Stock Hits 10-Year High

The conglomerate becomes the most valuable Japanese electronics maker for the first time in 15 years, as investors and analysts have highlighted the profitability of films, music and gaming.

Prince Estate Signs Deal With Sony Music to Rerelease 35 Catalog Albums

Prince's estate and Sony Music Entertainment announced Wednesday they have signed an exclusive distribution agreement that covers 35 of the iconic musician's previously released albums.

New Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida Outlines Shift Towards Content

Yoshida laid out the company's direction at a corporate strategy meeting in Tokyo following the announcement of its $2 billion acquisition of a larger stake in EMI Music Publishing.

Sony Buys Additional 60 Percent Stake in EMI Music Publishing

Sony's purchase from Mubadala Investment Company — which is pending regulatory approval before it can close — brings the Japanese conglomerate's total share up to 90 percent.

Universal, Sony Renew Licensing Deals With YouTube

The global, multi-year pact gives the video platform licenses from all three major record companies.

Disney Partnership Will Bring Behind-the-Scenes Content to Theaters

'Noovie' will take the place of 'FirstLook,' the video show that has been running on thousands of movie screens for more than a decade.

Sony Dismisses First L.A. Reid Loyalist

Eexecutive vp Laura Swanson exits a week after the Epic boss was ousted amid sexual harassment allegations.

Sony Film Unit Posts $920 Million Quarterly Loss

Sony announced a $962 million (?112.1 billion) impairment charge on Monday for its pictures division, due to a reduced profitability outlook for its movies and home entertainment business.

Major Record Labels Relocating to New L.A. Territory

Epic Records is planning a move to the Sony lot to rebrand as a "West Coast Label" while Warner Music Group is considering Downtown L.A.'s Art District.

Sony Music, Lorne Michaels’ Above Average Strike Digital Development Deal (Exclusive)

The companies previously collaborated on Jack Antonoff tour docuseries 'Thank You and Sorry.'

Kesha Fans Protest Outside Sony’s Manhattan Headquarters, Ask Label to Drop Dr. Luke

The group of roughly 35 people also delivered petitions with more than 411,000 signatures demanding Sony release Kesha from her contract and drop the producer accused of raping her.

Ashley Newton Named President of Capitol Music Group

The move reunites the executive with CMG chairman Steve Barnett, with whom he worked at Columbia Records.