Sony said "The Interview" has earned more than $15 million in online sales and another $2.8 million in theaters, thanks to the hacking publicity.» Read More
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Pershing must pay a $3 million fine for violating a rule that requires the firm to protect customers' funds and securities.
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CNBC's Jane Wells lays out her predictions for the defense industry in 2015.
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With "The Interview" raking in $18 million, Chad Beynon, Macquarie, discusses theater distribution strategy and what movies will make money in 2015.