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Miramax Acquires Larry Doyle's '1974'    9 May, 2001

News By: Hive News

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UPDATE: Hollywood Financial Turnaround on Track    10 May, 2001

News By: Joan Villa

C.e.o. Mark Wattles says chain is catching up with consumer DVD demand. <BR> By JOAN VILLAMore>>

McCain Questions a News Corp.-DirecTV Merger    11 May, 2001

News By: Staff Reporter

Deal would mean 'a consolidation of power the likes of which this country has not seen since...More>>

WEEKEND BOXOFFICE ADVANCE: 'Mummy Returns' Curses the Competition as it Seeks to Entomb No. 1    11 May, 2001

News By: Ed Ochs

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'Miss Congeniality' a Winner, 'Emperor' is First Runner Up    14 May, 2001

News By: Judith McCourt

Disney's 'Emperor's New Groove' was the No. 1 selling VHS and the No. 2 selling DVD. <BR> By JUDITH...More>>

HIVE EXCLUSIVE: Video Retail Rally    14 May, 2001

News By: Seth Goldstein

Blockbuster, Movie Gallery and Hollywood stocks have rallied in recent months; even Rentrak is up....More>>

WEEKEND BOXOFFICE REPORT: 'Mummy Returns' Holds on to No. 1; 'A Knight's Tale' Lances No. 2    14 May, 2001

News By: Ed Ochs

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Wal-Mart, Big Blue Biggest Studio Customers    15 May, 2001

News By: Seth Goldstein

Wal-Mart wrote the biggest check last year, topping $1.9 billion, with Blockbuster at $1.7...More>>

Game Chain Babbage's Tests DVD Sales    15 May, 2001

News By: David Ward

Focus is on DVD movies, mainly anime, 'because it fits in with our audience,' say president Dan...More>>

Sony, AOL Turn PS2s Into Internet-Friendly Entertainment Centers    15 May, 2001

News By: Hive News

Game console will eventually deliver music, movies and e-mail. AOL gets to sell its service to...More>>