A yellow jumpsuit worn by martial arts star Bruce Lee in his last film sold for HK$780,000 ($100,600) in a Hong Kong auction.
Warner Bros. won’t supply its latest DVDs to Dish Network Corp.’s Blockbuster movie-rental chain after the two sides clashed over a 28-delay on new-release rentals sought by the studio.
The romantic comedy “No Strings Attached” opened in first place at U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $19.7 million for Viacom Inc. ’s Paramount Pictures.
What to name my new, lime-green 2011 Ford Fiesta? It may be teensy, but with that sharp design and explosive neon paint job, it won’t be overlooked. Something manly, like the Green Hornet or Atomic Wedge.
Biofuels face their biggest test yet -- whether they can power fighter jets and tanks in battle at prices the world’s best-funded military can afford.
Mike Wallace, the hard-charging correspondent who was billed by CBS as “America’s toughest interviewer” on the long-running “60 Minutes” newsmagazine, has died. He was 93.
TiVo Inc. said it may be entitled to billions of dollars in damages should it win its patent- infringement lawsuit against Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit over digital-video recording technology.
The horror film “The Rite” opened in first place at U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $15 million for Time Warner Inc. ’s Warner Bros.
This is every kid’s dream. I’m sitting in the Batmobile, a gonzo fantasy car with parachutes and fins so big they look like wings.
The thriller “The Roommate” opened in first place at U.S. and Canadian theaters this Super Bowl weekend, taking in $15 million in ticket sales for Sony Corp. ’s Screen Gems.