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  • DreamWorks Animation attracted bullish option activity after reports that it will enter a joint venture with two Chinese media groups.

  • Oscar Awards

    The Oscar nominations are out, and some front runners have finally emerged in what’s been a muddled and inconclusive race so far.

  • Long before Harry Potter and the Twilight series captivated global audiences, the movie industry has been adapting successful books to movies, translating literary successes into box office blockbusters. Popular books have an already-present fan base associated with them and movies bring these highly popular stories to life. You don’t have to look far to find book-inspired films with major box office success, the titles include names like “Forrest Gump,” “Shrek,” “Alice in Wonderland,” “The Chro

    Distributors have long understood a successful book can translate into big money at the box office. So, what are the highest grossing films based on books?

  • Netflix

    On Thursday, Netflix announced it inked a deal for shows from the CW network. This new content, bolstering the streaming service's TV library, will draw a key younger demographic to Netflix while paying CW's parents, CBS and Warner Brothers, up to $1 billion dollars over ten years.

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    Despite the headwinds facing companies, the bottom line for C-suite executives and small businesses is that the show must go on. You just can't sit still in times of crisis or uncertainty.

  • Netflix reportedly struck a streaming deal with DreamWorks Animation. But can the studio behind family hits like "Shrek" and "Madagascar" make up for the potential loss of Liberty Starz content?

  • Play along with the Fast team as we give you a word, and you guess if it’s the name of a publicly traded Chinese company, or a name of a lovable panda!

  • Mars Needs Moms Movie

    After years of grumbling about steadily rising ticket prices, consumers achieved the nearly unthinkable earlier this year: they forced a momentary drop in the average cost of a movie ticket,. But prices started rising again this summer, the New York Times reports.

  • Netflix

    Just two weeks after announcing a price adjustment that angered many customers, Netflix came out Monday with a weaker-than-anticipated earnings outlook, the New York Times reports.

  • Jeffrey Katzenberg

    DreamWorks chief Jeffrey Katzenberg said the company is not for sale and won't be taken private — yet.  "I don't think that's the opportunity for us right now," he told CNBC Thursday.

  • Six in 60

    Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.

  • Stocks ended higher for the day on optimism over prospects of a Greek bailout package, despite several reports of economic weakness, but the gains weren't enough to erase a month of losses.

  • Hangover 2

    The good news: After fumbling earlier this year, the box office is back on track, thanks to a massive holiday weekend. This was a record-setting Memorial Day weekend — attendance hit 35 million, more than 10 million higher than a year ago, as Americans spent $280 million on movie tickets over the weekend, beating the record set in 2007 of $255 million.

  • Stocks added to gains reached on optimism over prospects of a Greek bailout package, despite several reports of economic weakness, but the gains weren't enough to erase a month of losses.

  • Hangover 2

    The box office has suffered from one of its worst slumps in years; it's down 12 percent year-to-date from last year. And now we're heading into the most important season for Hollywood.

  • Shrek Princesses

    DreamWorks Animation is bringing Shrek and Kung Fu Panda to Gaylord Entertainment's family resorts. The company just announced that it's licensing its characters to Gaylord's four upscale hotels in Nashville, the Orlando area, Dallas area, and in Maryland.

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    What follows is a roundup of corporate earnings reports for Tuesday, April, 26.

  • Hollywood

    Mars may need moms, but theaters need audiences. Hollywood box office receipts for the first quarter are on track to be down more than 20 percent.

  • NASDAQ

    In a fight for listings, the Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange are stealing companies from one another as the number of companies listing on the two exchanges dwindles, the New York Times reports.