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A Hollywood veteran said Disney copied his "themes, settings, plot, characters, and dialogue — some virtually verbatim" from pitch he made.
Disney continues to ride off of the box office success of "Beauty and the Beast," closing in on a 52-week high today.
The charges would stem from a lengthy investigation into gifts District Attorney Seth Williams allegedly failed to report.
Avis shares fell more than 8 percent on Tuesday following bearish commentary from Ally Financial due to used vehicle price declines.
Actually getting to Mars isn't expected until 2030, NBC News reports.
With Trump in the White House, tech companies should repatriate money parked overseas, early Uber investor Jason Calacanis told CNBC.
This is the first Texan hotel boom in about a decade, New York Times reports.
The pay gap between men and women is likely to persist, as some business leaders do not see it as an issue, according to a survey.
A former executive of a tabloid newspaper in Mexico City allegedly swiped two of Tom Brady's game-worn New England Patriots Super Bowl jerseys.
Five out of the world's 10 most expensive cities are in Asia, according to a survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The New England Patriots jersey was found "in possession of a credentialed member of the international media," the NFL says.
Disney's latest live-action remake "Beauty and the Beast" had the highest March opening of all time.
British physicist Stephen Hawking fears he won't be welcome in the U.S. due to his criticism of how President Trump is treating scientists.
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Some public toilets in Beijing are using facial recognition technology to stop toilet paper theft, South China Morning Post reports.
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