A patent case over invisible dental braces is the latest arena for Google Inc.’s long-running fight with the film industry over piracy on the Internet.
Align Technology Inc., maker of the Invisalign teeth-straightening system, won its U.S. patent bid to curb the growth of its biggest competitor, ClearCorrect Operating LLC.
RealD Inc., which licenses three- dimensional projection technologies used in the movie industry, sued two competitors for patent infringement.
Scarlett Johansson and Samuel L. Jackson are Hollywood’s latest red-carpet envoys to China.
Eight years after Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic rant during a drunk-driving arrest, Hollywood is debating the rehabilitation of an Oscar winner who was once one of the industry’s most bankable stars.
Wang Jianlin, China’s second-richest man, has seen the value of his controlling stake in AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. more than double in 18 months, delivering a $900 million gain.
Walt Disney Co. started an online movie service, Disney Movies Anywhere, with Apple Inc.’s iTunes to increase sales of films such as “Toy Story” that can be stored in Web-based accounts.
The last link here is about a man being hospitalized by a prank his trading desk colleagues played on him. Maybe cut it out and tape it to your chair, so your prankster buddies go easy on you.
Run Run Shaw, the Hong Kong media mogul and philanthropist whose movie studio exported Chinese cinema to a global audience in the 1960s, has died. He was 106.
While the rest of the world tunes in to see how their nations' skiers and skaters are faring at the Sochi Winter Games, many Russians are heading to their local movie theaters for a different sort of Olympic entertainment.
Evercore’s Gould Says Growth in Movies Is Overseas