CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Thomas Tull, Legendary Entertainment CEO, about the state of the movie industry and his plan for growth at home and in China. Tull said the focus is on making great content across the board.» Read More
Kerry Trainor, Vimeo CEO, discusses two new features his website offers that helps creators earn money from their films and videos.
A sophisticated pitch by Yes Entertainment scams approximately 14 million dollars from more than 800 investors looking to cash in on the dot com revolution.
Penguins are some of the newest inhabitants of Hong Kong's Ocean Park as part of the marine park's efforts in scaling up the world ranks of theme parks. Tom Mehrmann, CEO, Ocean Park discusses the details of this multi-million dollar revamp.
Michael Rapino, Live Nation CEO, reveals the latest numbers on this summer's concert ticket sales, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
According to sources, ESPN will be paying $700 million for the next 8 years for the right to broadcast Major League Baseball, with CNBC's Seema Mody.
Putin's new Russia feels a lot like the old one, where intimidation and thuggery have trumped democracy, says CNBC's Maria Bartiromo.
The government is cracking down on "Buckyballs," the popular toy made from tiny magnets that look like beads. Buckyballs CEO Craig Zucker and Rachel Weintraub of the Consumer Federation of America, discuss the situation.
Riots are heating up in Russia as a 2-year prison sentence was given to a popular Russian punk band that spoke out against the government, with Nationally Syndicated Radio Talk Show Host John Batchelor.
Tony Wible, Janney Montgomery Scott analyst, breaks down Disney's better-than-expected third quarter numbers, and talks about what's driving profits as the company reports a nine percent revenue increase at its parks and resorts.
Bob Iger, Disney CEO, offers his take on the company's earnings results, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin. He also responds to President Obama's comments regarding Romney-hood.
A new deal between Hulu and Apple may be giving us a new hint of where Apple is heading with its rumored Apple TV product, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
James Brehm, Compass Intelligence, and David Pearl, Epoch Investment Partners, weigh in on rumors of Apple's iPad mini, and whether the company is adhering to Steve Jobs' vision.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche and Robert Frank discuss some of today's top business headlines, including whether Apple should take a stake in Twitter, and Beyonce and Jay-Z's one-month rental in the Hamptons.
Former FBI agent turned private detective, Robert Wittman, travels all over the world to recover some of the world's most famous stolen pieces, with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Jim Reid-Anderson, Six Flags chairman, president & CEO, discusses his company's bounce back from filing for bankruptcy, new marketing strategy, and what consumers can expect going forward.
"We are watching the consumer," says Tyler Vernon of Biltmore Capital in discussing indications of where the market is headed.
Facebook is set to release its first quarterly earnings as a public company tomorrow, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Moody's is changing its outlook on the ESFS from stable to negative, and ABC's "Modern Family" has halted production due to salary demands, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman.
NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports on the latest details of the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado; and former Colorado Governor Bill Owens (R), and Former Miami Police Chief John Timoney, provide perspective. "This is starting to happen in the U.S. with some kind of regularity, and it's disturbing," says Timoney.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on movie theaters around the nation upping security to ensure safety and reassure movie goers.
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