Netflix Raising $400M in Debt to Fund New Shows 16 weeks ago
Netflix is looking to raise $400 million in debt so it can keep licensing movies and shows from studios and fund its slate of original...
By Brent Lang
News Corp. is taking advantage of lower interest rates to service debt in 2013 and 2014
Relativity Media will use the money from backer Ron Burkle for future movie projects
Legendary has raised new funding from investors including Breyer Capital, Accel Partners, Peter Thiel and Gordy Crawford
Company's shares hit lowest point in over a year after it moves to shore up liquidity
Stock declines seem ordinary to start the day but by midday graphics and new reports proliferate
John Madden-directed spy thriller starring Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington will premiere on August 31
Investor will pay 50 cents on the dollar for notes provided creditors vote against Spyglass plan
Studio would re-emerge with scaled-down production slate that includes James Bond and "The Hobbit"
With Redbox, Netflix and longtime mismanagement dogging it, it's likely not a question of if the debt-plagued company will fold, but when
Debt repayment deadline extended to May 14
Restructuring debt and in need of a hit, Weinstein finds "Nine" is not the next "Chicago"
Debt-laden studio wins agreement for forebearance
Celebrity photographer has won an extension on a $24 million loan in a financial dispute that threatened her rights to her images.
Media conglomerate Viacom's net profit plummeted 69% last quarter to $173 million as a result of a tough ad market and plunging DVD sales, the company reported.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga