MPTF Caregivers Slam Bob Beitcher's $800K Compensation as Strike Looms 9 weeks ago
With a caregivers strike looming at the Motion Picture and Television Fund's long-term care center and hospital, the union representing...
By Brent Lang
Exclusive: CEO says the fund has moved on after Providence talks broke down over money
The former Panavision CEO had been serving in the post on an interim basis and has helped cool tensions over a plan to shutter the non-profit's hospital
EXCLUSIVE: IRS documents show that in 2009, the fund's revenue and salaries increased -- and CEO David Tillman made $918,000
Analysis: Well-written piece is marred by a serious case of Jeffrey Katzenberg worship
It was a subdued affair as CEO Bob Beitcher was grilled about plans to keep the longterm care facility and hospital open and running
The CEO on how partnering with Providence Health will save the Fund's hospital and longterm care facility
The decision to keep the hospital running could not have happened without a sustained grassroots campaign waged against the industry's heaviest hitters
Fund will partner with Providence Health & Services to keep the facility available to all residents
On the second anniversary of the closure announcement, the long-term care center remains open but with far fewer patients and staff
State: Hospital officials failed to give 30 days' notice to residents being relocated
Beitcher is denying some residents what could be their last meal
Exclusive: The closure, Tillman's near-$1 million compensation and the fund's "mess"
“The Fund has come to understand the activists are going to sue them if they continue along this line"
The Motion Picture and Television Home's story on long-term care facility closing doesn't add up.
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