(Reuters) - The Weinstein Company has entered into exclusive negotiations to sell the studio with a group of investors led by former Obama administration official Maria Contreras-Sweet, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares scaled record peaks on Wednesday as strong corporate earnings and optimism on global growth outweighed concerns over trade tensions, while a fresh burst of speculative selling took the U.S. dollar to three-year lows.
Bowler critical after learning about omission on social mediaJames Sutherland says Sayers should be told where he standsChadd Sayers’ form entitled him to an explanation for his omission from the Australian Test squad for the South African tour, says Cr
Weinstein Co.’s owners have entered exclusive negotiations to sell the embattled studio to a group led by businesswoman Maria Contreras-Sweet for a little more than $500 million, people close to the talks said.
The 26 January debate started with Indigenous people wanting the brutal past acknowledgedOn 26 January 1838, a group of mounted police under the instruction of the colonial government led a surprise attack on a camp of Kamilaroi people at Waterloo Creek i
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that the US intelligence community still considers North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to be a "rational actor" but that assessment does not mean he is only developing nuclear weapons as a means to preserve his regime.
A BRITISH “Spy Kid” filmed what is believed to be a sanctions-busting secret train in North Korea. Tourist Sam Chamberlain, 18, spotted goods wagons topped with straw in an apparent bid to fool satellites and drones. Experts say Kim Jong-un’s rogue