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Best Buy’s Brian Dunn Cited Worst CEO in 2012    20 Dec, 2012

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Best Buy Co.’s former chief executive Brian Dunn was named the worst CEO in 2012, according to...More>>

Bierley Resigns From Borders    24 Aug, 2010

News By: Billy Gil

Borders Group announced that Mark Bierley has resigned as CFO. Borders VP Glen Tomaszewski will...More>>

Big Idea Taps Nawrocki     1 Oct, 2008

News By: HM Editorial Staff

Big Idea Inc. has appointed “VeggieTales” creator Mike Nawrocki as head of creative and...More>>

Big Idea Ups Nawrocki    27 Oct, 2010

News By: Chris Tribbey

Faith-based studio Big Idea Entertainment has appointed Mike Nawrocki, co-creator of the animated...More>>

Bill Bromiley Named President of Newly Created Saban Films     7 May, 2014

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Industry vet Bill Bromiley has departed RLJ Entertainment, where he was head of film acquisitions...More>>

Biography: Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, Panasonic's Chief Technology Officer    28 Jan, 2011

News By: Staff Reports

Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, chief technology officer of Panasonic Corp. of North America, has a storied...More>>

Bishop Stepping Down as Sony Pictures Home Entertainment President    18 Dec, 2013

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment president David Bishop is stepping down from the position he’s...More>>

Blockbuster Brass Got $1.5M in Bonuses in 2009    6 Apr, 2010

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Blockbuster reported a net loss of more than $550 million in fiscal 2009 but still awarded senior...More>>

Blockbuster CEO Got 50% Raise in 2008    30 Mar, 2009

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Blockbuster Inc. reported a $374 million loss in fiscal year 2008 (ended Jan. 4), a 4.6% revenue...More>>

Blockbuster CEO Lauds 30-Day Vending Window, New Deals With Studios    13 Aug, 2009

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Blockbuster CEO Jim Keyes Aug. 13 hailed the decisions by Warner Home Video and 20th Century Fox...More>>