In the sanctuary above an herbal tonic bar, before a seated Buddha and a pair of mandalas, 48 volunteers for congressional candidate Marianne Williamson close their eyes and meditate as Annelise Balfour, the manager and head facilitator of the Source Spiritual Center, intones a welcome prayer.
Miky Lee, vice chairman of CJ Group, beams as she greets a visitor in the executive lounge of South Korea’s biggest purveyor of food, home-shopping services, TV programs and movies. Wearing a black top, charcoal leggings and midcalf Michael Kors sneakers, the 55-year-old granddaughter of Samsung Group’s founder shows no sign it’s been a traumatic few months.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., the independent film studio, tumbled the most in more than eight years after reporting a 23 percent drop in quarterly revenue, as home-video sales of the movie “Turbo” trailed estimates.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc.’s distribution deal with Twentieth Century Fox achieved Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Katzenberg’s goal of slicing costs while furthering plans to find new revenue as DVD sales shrink.
Hollywood studios will eventually charge less for entertainment streamed to small devices, basing prices on screen size, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Katzenberg predicted.