Is Facebook already a public company?

Hot startup companies face a dilemna: how to generate liquidity for early stage investors and employees without conducting an IPO,…

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Why These Could Be The Last SAG Awards – Deadline.com

Deadline Hollywood is not generally a reliable analyst of Hollywood labor issues. Its founder, Nikki Finke, is at best a…

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WGA Signals Tough Stand in Upcoming Labor Negotiations

Like SAG, the Writers Guild elected leadership moved towards what was thought of as a more moderate group in the…

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Choking on a bite of the Apple: how dumb can CalPers get?

If the corporate governance movement wanted an easy target in the technology world you would think they would take aim…

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SAG Sends Quickie Labor Deal to Members Despite Opposition

SAG and AFTRA concluded contract negotiations in what is likely a record time this contract round – more than six…

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Remembering Ron Santo

I knew Ron Santo, first, from a distance, as a lifelong Cubs fan and then, when he retired, as one…

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The Red Envelope, Please – Did SAG Drop the Ball on New Media?

A few years back when Membership First was in control of the Screen Actors’ Guild I made the point that…

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