Rupert Murdoch’s fascination with news business has been well-documented and the only stumbling block has been the FDI rules
Fox agreed last year to sell the bulk of its film and TV assets to Walt Disney in a $52.4 billion deal.
In his lawsuit, Leo Perrero alleged that Disney, his former employer, and HCL colluded with each other when telling the Department of Labour that the hiring of foreigners on visas would not adversely affect the working conditions of US workers.
Indicating a subdued start, SGX Nifty, at the time of writing, was trading at 7846.50 down 26.00 points.
Bell, who was Boeing's CFO from 2003 to 2012, is on the board of several other companies, including JP Morgan Chase & Company and Dow Chemical Company.
The US government has opened an investigation against two of the biggest Indian outsourcing companies for possible violations of H1-B visa rules, according to a media report.
The study, which is an analysis of CEO salaries at the 100 largest public US companies as measured by revenue, puts Microsoft's Indian-origin chief Satya Nadella on the top with a pay package of USD 84.3 million (Rs 525 crore) a year.
If Facebook succeeds with its video push, it could undercut YouTube's dominance of the online video ad market, the Journal added, citing eMarketer estimates.
Walt Disney has named Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and chief executive of payments startup Square Inc, as an independent board member.
Walt Disney Co's Lucasfilm Ltd and Pixar units have settled a lawsuit accusing them and other technology companies of conspiring not to poach each others' employees, resolving their part in a case that involves some of Silicon Valley's biggest names.
Media giant Walt Disney Co reported a 32 percent increase in profit that beat Wall Street expectations, boosted by higher spending and attendance at US theme parks, and the movie box office success of "Oz the Great and Powerful."
Asia appears to be in a sweet spot: it is home to some of the world`s largest economies, has a stable growth outlook, a burgeoning middle class and many cities where low taxes and fewer regulations make it easy to do business.
Walt Disney Co expects to begin layoffs at its studio and consumer product divisions within the next two weeks, according to two people with knowledge of the matter, in the latest cost-reduction step to emerge from a company-wide review.
The 85th Academy Awards wait in the wings. Take a sneak peak at some interesting trivia.
Wall Street's current jubilant narrative is that a rush into stocks by small investors has sparked a "great rotation" out of bonds and into equities that will power the bull market to new heights.
Coca-Cola Co held what it called a "productive conversation" with an Arab-American group that labeled the firm's Super Bowl ad racist, but will not change the commercial featuring an Arab walking through a desert with a camel.
For years, it seemed like another "Star Wars" movie was just a dream, stillborn in a galaxy far, far away.
Following are the top 10 movies at North American box offices for the weekend starting Oct 12, led by "Taken 2" at No. 1, according to studio estimates compiled by Reuters.
India has approved Walt Disney's plans to invest Rs 10 billion in the country including in the broadcasting companies, a government statement said on Thursday.
The Walt Disney Company India today said it will restructure its digital assets under 'DisneyUTV Digital' to drive growth in segments like mobile, online and interactive TV.
Software services provider HCL Technologies is the front-runner to bag a multi-million dollar contract from Walt Disney, CNBC-TV18 said on Wednesday quoting sources.
Walt Disney Co plans as early as next week to launch a mobile application to let Comcast Corp cable TV subscribers watch the Disney Channel on the go, Chief Executive Officer Bob Iger told investors on Wednesday
The runaway success of 'The Avengers' movie landed the crime-fighting Marvel superhero team a return date to theaters.
Rich Ross, chairman of Walt Disney Co's movie studio, stepped down after a two-year stint that included the release of "John Carter," one of the biggest flops in recent Hollywood history.
U.S. stocks were flat on Wednesday as a weaker-than-expected reading on durable goods orders offset hopes that high oil prices could fall, removing a headwind to the economic recovery.