NEW YORK, July 21- The U.S. government may become a movie and music industry player, at least temporarily, after moving to seize $1 billion in assets that prosecutors said were bought with money looted from the Malaysian state development fund. The 2013 movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" and an interest in the rights of EMI Music Publishing are among the targets of civil... » Read More
TORONTO, July 7- Postmedia Network Canada Corp, the country's biggest newspaper publisher, will give creditors nearly all of its equity in a restructuring deal that would almost halve its heavy debt load, the company said on Thursday. The deal will reduce its debt by C $307 million and cut around C $50 million from its annual cash interest payments, the company said.
CONAKRY July 4- Rio Tinto has shelved its $20 billion Simandou iron ore project in Guinea because of a sustained slump in prices, the company's new Chief Executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques said in an interview with The Times newspaper. Simandou would have comprised an iron ore mine in central Guinea, a 650- kilometer railway and a deepwater port on the West...
LONDON, July 1- Britain's Daily Mail newspaper on Friday backed Theresa May's bid to become the next prime minister, saying she was the only one out of five candidates for the Conservative Party leadership who was up to the job. After last week's vote to leave the European Union plunged Britain into its biggest political crisis of modern times, Prime Minister...
RUSSIAN C.BANK CHAIRWOMAN SAYS MAY TAKE PAUSE IN FURTHER KEY RATE CUT- INTERVIEW TO VEDOMOSTI NEWSPAPER.
HarperCollins dropped the offer after Lewandowski refused to let the publisher review a copy of his non-disclosure agreement.
SHANGHAI, June 29- Despite the yuan's recent weakness against the U.S. dollar there has been no panic selling of the Chinese currency and market expectations for the yuan's value remain steady, China's two main official securities newspapers said in front-page articles on Wednesday. The articles in the Shanghai Securities News and the China Securities...
Former Trump campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, booted earlier this month, has lost a $1.2 million book deal, Politico reported, citing sources.
June 21- Facebook Inc has signed deals worth more than $50 million with media companies and celebrities to create videos for its live-streaming service, the Wall Street Journal reported. Comedian Kevin Hart, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, wellness guru Deepak Chopra and NFL quarterback Russell Wilson are among the celebrities that Facebook has partnered...
EUROPEAN BANKING AUTHORITY TO LEAVE LONDON IN CASE OF BREXIT, EBA CHAIRMAN ENRIA TELLS GERMAN NEWSPAPER.
Prince William has been photographed for Attitude and is the first member of the royal family to appear on the cover of a LGBT+ publication.
GENEVA, June 15- A computer technician at the Geneva office of Mossack Fonseca was detained several days ago on suspicion of recently removing large amounts of data, the Le Temps newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing a source close to the case. The Geneva prosecutor's office told the daily it had opened an investigation but declined to comment further.
GENEVA PROSECUTOR SEARCHED MOSSACK FONSECA'S OFFICE AND REMOVED COMPUTER EQUIPMENT- NEWSPAPER LE TEMPS.
WORKER AT GENEVA SUBSIDIARY OF MOSSACK FONSECA DETAINED IN GENEVA SEVERAL DAYS AGO, SUSPECTED OF RECENTLY REMOVING LARGE AMOUNT OF DATA- LE TEMPS NEWSPAPER QUOTES SOURCE CLOSE TO THE CASE.
TV station operators, has launched an auction to divest its digital and data business in a sale it hopes will fetch at least $800 million, according to three people familiar with the matter. The move represents the first asset sale by Tribune Media after it announced in February that it had hired investment banks Moelis& Co and Guggenheim Securities to explore...
James Patterson, bestselling author, talks about launching a line of short novels that can be read in one sitting.
Sales of print comic books grew an estimated $835-million in 2014 from about $675-million in 2009.
This company was built to fail, says Michael Ferro, Tribune Publishing chairman, talking about the turnaround at Tribune.
Michael Ferro, Tribune Publishing chairman, discusses staving off Gannett's $400 million takeover bid as the company re-brands itself Tronic and looks to digital for future growth.
Gannett seized on a vote on board director nominees by Tribune Publishing to claim that the publisher should engage with it in acquisition talks.
Cass Sunstein, founder and director of Harvard's Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy, describes his new book "The World According to Star Wars."