‘Skyfall,’ 'The Hobbit’ Boost MGM Earnings 64%, Revenue 97% 9 weeks ago
MGM reported a massive increase in its quarterly and annual earnings on Monday thanks to two blockbusters -- "The Hobbit" and...
By Lucas Shaw
One week after media giant submitted proposal to get out of Chapter 11, creditors put their own plans before the court – now the bargaining begins
Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum will take over company's leadership following its emergence from Chapter 11, but with reduced stake
Analysis: Spyglass employs the carrot while Lionsgate wields the stick
The embattled publisher of the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune faces more legal hurdles on its way out of bankruptcy
Note holders originally asked for more time to weigh Lionsgate's merger proposal
Judge extends Oct 15 reorganization deadline after creditors complain they need time to study Tribune’s own plan to exit Chapter 11
JPMorgan Chase joins major creditors in a multi-million-dollar agreement to settle the two-year bankruptcy
Wall Street Journal says bankrupt video rental chain has hired search firm to help it attract new executive team
Film financier says he never dispute the two companies were insolvent
Randy Michaels says David Carr's article is based on "distortions and rumors."
Delaware Judge gives troubled media company until Oct. 15 to submit plans to divide up, pay creditors and exit Chapter. 11
Financier opts not to submit a motion and now a Los Angeles federal judge can force his film company into Chapter 11
A tentative agreement with equity firms and a $300 million settlement plan could give it a new lease on life
Analysis: "“It’s hard to see what niche they’re filling -- Blockbuster is not the fastest, not the cheapest and not the most convenient”
Will continue operating its 3,000 stores as a result of an agreement with bondholders in which it is swapping some of its debt for equity
Senior bondholders would convert about $630 million of debt into equity of the restructured company.
Talks are very preliminary for a more than $2 billion sale of the once venerable studio
A hedge fund co-founded by one of the former Disney chief’s closest friends has filed a plan for Tribune Co. -- and Tribune may not be opposed
A filing for permission to sue Sam Zell for taking company private may signal the beginnning of the end for the troubled company chairman
Creditors would exchange their debt for equity with Spyglass taking over
Tells employees that the company's waiting because of ongoing discussions with creditors
CEO Jim Keyes meets with movie executives to keep new DVDs coming after Dallas company files for Chapter 11
Embattled film financier also ordered to turn over company servers to court appointed trustee
L.A. Times and Chicago Tribune owners release financials, claiming troubled media company is “just getting started”
Proposed reorganization could unravel without a settlement
Studio would re-emerge with scaled-down production slate that includes James Bond and "The Hobbit"
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation