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DreamWorks Animation Scores $15M as Glendale Campus Sells Again

The term of the lease is 20 years with renewal options every five years.

DreamWorks Animation Beats Earnings Expectations

The company reported $181 million in revenue while analysts predicted $177 million. Stock is up 5 percent in after hours trading

DreamWorks Animation Stock Plunges; Hits 52-Week Low

UPDATED: Shares of the film company were off 12 percent on several catalysts, including negative analyst notes and the threat of class-action lawsuits.

DreamWorks Animation Takes $57M Impairment Charge on ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’

UPDATED: "Restoring the strength in our core business is my No. 1 priority today," says CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Analyst: ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ May Cause $84 Million Write-Down at DreamWorks Animation

Shares of DreamWorks Animation fell on Monday as Wall Street analysts weighed in on the performance of the studio's newest release.

DreamWorks Animation’s Shares Fall 6 Percent After $13.5 Million ‘Turbo’ Charge

UPDATED: The animation studio also took a $6.7 million impairment charge related to "other content."

Jeffrey Katzenberg to Receive Harold Lloyd Award From 3D and Advanced Imaging Society

The DreamWorks Animation CEO drove productions including Oscar-nominated "The Croods" and "How to Train Your Dragon."

Netflix to Release First Five Episodes of ‘Turbo’ Kids Series on Christmas Eve

UPDATED: Additional episodes of the DreamWorks Animation program will premiere throughout the year, it was announced today, a deviation from the streaming service's traditional approach to launching original content.

‘Frozen,’ ‘Croods’ Among Annie Nominees for Best Animated Feature

UPDATED: "Despicable Me 2," "Monsters University," "A Letter to Momo," "Ernest & Celestine" and "The Wind Rises" are also contenders in the top category.

DreamWorks Animation Stock Surges a Day After Earnings

UPDATED: The company beat projections with its earnings report Tuesday, and a day later analysts are weighing in on the achievement.

DreamWorks Animation Earnings Beat Expectations

The stock is up 68 percent so far this year despite some bearishness among Wall Street analysts.

Sony, Viacom, CBS Lead Entertainment Stocks After Three Quarters

Conglomerates beat the overall market handily, but the biggest growth came from smaller companies like Netflix and Lionsgate Entertainment.