U.S. manufacturers added 27,000 jobs in November as unemployment fell to a five-year low of 7%.
Universal Pictures said it would shut down production of Fast & Furious for a 'period of time' in the wake of actor Paul Walker's death in a car accident.
Major League Soccer is poised for a breakout, and the league is determined to get a television deal to secure profitability.
Disney is banking on a solid if not modest debut for its family animation 'Frozen,' but the real purpose of the movie is toys and theme parks.
Stocks hit an all-time intraday high but gave up most of those gains into the close. Crude dropped in the wake of a deal with Iran over the country's nuclear arms program, bolstering the outlook for global growth.
Lions Gate fell on Monday as 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' failed to meet box-office projections. Time Warner Cable investors wonder if the pay-TV provider will ever do a deal.
Sony said it will make fewer movies and concentrate on super hero characters like 'Spider Man,' as quality features moves online.
Hunger Games Catching Fire is expected to be hit at the box office this weekend. Leon Lazaroff says Lions Gate shareholders will be happy.
Sony was gaining in mid-day trading as the entertainment conglomerate unveiled plans to emphasize television programming over movie making.
Bloomberg News' layoff of longtime reporters and editors follow allegations of shelving a story about a Chinese billionaire co-written by investigative reporter Michael Forsythe, who said Tuesday that he's leaving the company.