S.A.G. debate over commercials contract

Screen Actors Guild members Will Lyman and Mark Carlton both commented here on my blog (see 9/16 entry below) on…

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Last one out the door, turn off the lights….

Predictably, the New York Times suggests in this article that collaboration with the auto employers is the only way out…

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Next Stop on the HP Scandal Train

The U.S. House of Representatives will hold hearings next week on HPGate. Tune in at 7 AM California time to…

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HP: Dunn is out and the pressure is on Hurd

I was asked by the Wall Street Journal to “blog” the announcement by CEO Mark Hurd today about the spy…

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AppleInsider | Disney chief "giddy" about Apple’s iTV media hub

The potential for “synergy” between Silicon Valley and Hollywood continues to grow – Disney’s Bob Iger certainly is happy about…

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HP CEO Allowed ‘Sting’ of Reporter – washingtonpost.com

Sadly, the scandal at HP continues to deepen. With documents now emerging in anticipation of the House hearings next week,…

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HP Spied on More Than Phone Calls – Los Angeles Times

Could the scandal at HP reach the CEO? The LA Times interviewed me about this issue for today’s paper. HP…

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Writers March in Support of Strikers – Los Angeles Times

Labor in the EMI is on the offensive. Yesterday’s rally drew 700 writers in support of a strike at the…

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New Media: If Warners can get paid why not workers?

In light of the debate among actors about whether collective bargaining is feasible in the world of new media, it…

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Wall Street Journal debate on HP General Counsel Spy Scandal

HP Board Chairman Pat Dunn was ousted today but the debate about the “pretexting” investigation of board members continues. Today’s…

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