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    The top films at the North American box office

    Reuters – 12:23 PM ET 03/01/2015

    Following are the top 10 movies at North American box offices for the three days starting Feb. 27, led by "Focus", according to studio estimates compiled by Reuters.

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    White House releases draft bill to protect consumer data privacy

    Reuters – 5:54 PM ET 02/27/2015

    The White House released draft legislation on Friday that would give consumers more control over how the trail of data they leave behind them on the internet is used, stored and sold.

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    Sony Pictures Entertainment's Faith Label AFFIRM Films Options Book The Devil in Pew Number Seven, Partners with Mass Hysteria Entertainment

    PR Newswire – 2:09 PM ET 02/27/2015

    CULVER CITY, Calif. "Rebecca Nichols Alonzo's story touched our whole team," said Rich Peluso, Senior Vice President of AFFIRM Films. "The Devil in Pew Number Seven is a compelling look at the power of love and forgiveness," said Mass Hysteria CEO and Producer Dan Grodnik. Steve Armour has been hired to adapt the book. Synopsis:Rebecca never felt safe as a child.

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    Japan stocks touch 15-year high again

    MarketWatch – 4:07 AM ET 02/26/2015

    Most Asian markets gain, while Sydney shares retreat. HONG KONG-- Japanese stocks resumed their winning ways on Thursday, rising to a fresh 15- year high after breaking a five-session winning streak in the previous session. The Nikkei Average closed up 1.1% to 18,785.79, its best level since April 2000. The index dipped 0.1% on Wednesday.

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    ASIA MARKETS: Japan Stocks Touch 15-year High Again

    DJ Business News – 4:07 AM ET 02/26/2015

    Most Asian markets gain, while Sydney shares retreat. HONG KONG-- Japanese stocks resumed their winning ways on Thursday, rising to a fresh 15- year high after breaking a five-session winning streak in the previous session. The Nikkei Average closed up 1.1% to 18,785.79, its best level since April 2000. The index dipped 0.1% on Wednesday.

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    Lenovo website breached, hacker group Lizard Squad claims responsibility

    Reuters – 8:53 PM ET 02/25/2015

    China's Lenovo Group Ltd (LNVGF) website was hacked, the company said on Wednesday, days after the U.S. government advised Lenovo (LNVGF) customers to remove a pre-installed virus-like software, "Superfish", on laptops that makes the devices more vulnerable to attacks. Hacking group Lizard Squad claimed to be behind the attacks, according to its Twitter page.

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    Workday revenue beats estimates as it adds more clients

    Reuters – 5:45 PM ET 02/25/2015

    Workday Inc (WDAY) reported a better-than-expected 60 percent jump in quarterly revenue, helped by strong subscription growth for its web-based human resources software, particularly in Germany and Japan.

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    Sony Names New Movie Chief--update

    DJ Business News – 7:29 PM ET 02/24/2015

    Marking a continued makeover following last year's devastating cyberattack, Sony Pictures has named a new head of its movie business who is expected to focus more on franchise pictures and the global marketplace. Tom Rothman--who most recently ran one of Sony's (SNE) film labels after spending 12 years as co-head of the Twentieth Century Fox movie studio--will succeed Amy Pascal as chairman of the Sony's (SNE) motion-picture group, the company said Tuesday. Rothman serves as much as a...

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    U.S. offers highest-ever reward for Russian hacker

    Reuters – 3:57 PM ET 02/24/2015

    The U.S. State Department and FBI on Tuesday announced a $3 million reward for information leading to the arrest or conviction of Russian national Evgeniy Bogachev, the highest bounty U.S. authorities have ever offered in a cyber case.

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    Sony taps Tom Rothman of 'Titanic' fame to head movie studio

    Reuters – 3:35 PM ET 02/24/2015

    Sony Pictures Entertainment on Tuesday named veteran film executive Tom Rothman, a force behind all-time top-grossing blockbusters "Titanic" and "Avatar," to head its movie studio in a shuffle prompted by the fallout from a cyberattack. Rothman, 60, takes over for Amy Pascal, who suffered public embarrassment after hackers leaked emails she had written to other Hollywood executives.

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    REFILE-FBI aware of 60 different cyber threat groups linked to nation-states

    Reuters – 2:38 PM ET 02/24/2015

    The FBI is aware of 60 different cyber threats groups linked to nation-states, a senior bureau official said on Tuesday. Joseph Demarest, head of the FBI's cyber crime division, also said the bureau learned within a month of Sony Pictures first report of a large-scale cyber attack that North Korea was behind it.

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    Sony Pictures Names New Movie Chief

    DJ Business News – 1:47 PM ET 02/24/2015

    Sony Pictures named a new movie chief with a résumé similar to that of his predecessor, Amy Pascal, but with a very different temperament. Tom Rothman, who spent more than a decade as co-head of the Twentieth Century Fox movie studio and most recently ran Sony's TriStar label, will replace Ms. Pascal as chairman of Sony's (SNE) motion-picture group.

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    'Birdman' wins four Oscars, including best picture

    MarketWatch – 10:05 AM ET 02/23/2015

    Moore, Redmayne are top actors;' Budapest' wins four awards. LOS ANGELES-- "Birdman," the quirky tale of a Hollywood action hero's attempt to make a comeback via the Broadway stage, was declared the best picture of 2014 at Sunday's Academy Awards, taking four prizes in all and eking out a victory over "Boyhood." Eddie Redmayne, the British actor who took on the role of ALS-afflicted physicist Stephen Hawking, won the best-actor Oscar for "The Theory of Everything.

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    'Birdman' leap makes Fox Searchlight shine at Oscars

    Reuters – 2:02 AM ET 02/23/2015

    Fox Searchlight, the arthouse film division of Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox (FOXA), dominated the Academy Awards on Sunday with eight awards including the coveted best picture prize for its absurd comedy-drama "Birdman." The recognition at the film industry's top honors will likely boost theater, DVD and digital sales for "Birdman," which has collected $76 million at global box offices.

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    PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Feb 23

    Reuters – 12:28 AM ET 02/23/2015

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. * The fledgling GOP-controlled Congress returns to the Capitol just days before its first major fiscal deadline as a battle over President Barack Obama's immigration policies has set up a showdown on whether to fund the Department of Homeland Security.

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    Julianne Moore takes best actress Oscar for 'Still Alice'

    Reuters – 11:58 PM ET 02/22/2015

    Julianne Moore won the best actress Oscar on Sunday for her role as a university professor with Alzheimer's disease in "Still Alice". The win marked Moore's first Academy Award after being nominated four times previously. "I read an article that said that winning an Oscar could lead to living five years longer," Moore said while accepting her award.

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    Moore wins best actress Oscar for 'Still Alice'

    MarketWatch – 11:57 PM ET 02/22/2015

    Veteran Hollywood actress Julianne Moore won the Oscar for best actress at Sunday's Academy Awards, for portraying an Alzheimer's patient in "Still Alice." Moore had been the favorite to win, having captured a number of honors leading up to the Oscar ceremony. " Still Alice "is a product of Sony Corp.' s Sony Pictures Classics.

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    'Whiplash' surprises with Oscar for editing

    MarketWatch – 10:49 PM ET 02/22/2015

    "Whiplash" scored a surprise victory at Sunday night's Academy Awards by taking honors for best editing, its third Oscar of the evening. The movie about a tough teacher who zealously pushes his music students to greatness also won a best-supporting actor Oscar for J.K. Simmons and one for sound mixing.

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    'Whiplash,' 'American Sniper' win sound award Oscars

    MarketWatch – 9:54 PM ET 02/22/2015

    "Whiplash," the film from Sony Corp.' s Sony Pictures Classics took top honors for sound mixing while "American Sniper," a product of Time Warner Inc.' s Warner Bros. Pictures won for sound editing at Sunday's Academy Awards. (END) Dow Jones Newswires 02-22-15 2154 ET Copyright (c) 2015 Dow Jones& Company, Inc..

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    J.K. Simmons wins best supporting actor Oscar for 'Whiplash'

    Reuters – 8:48 PM ET 02/22/2015

    J.K. Simmons won the best supporting actor Oscar on Sunday for playing a brutally demanding jazz teacher who pushes a drummer to the edge in "Whiplash." It was the first Academy Award for the 60-year-old actor, who had never been nominated before for an Oscar. Simmons thanked his wife and his children and then made a family-centered plea to the audience and those watching at home.


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