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Pro-Clinton super PAC raises $15.6 million

A super PAC supporting Democrat Hillary Clinton raised $15.6 million during the first half of the year, drawing donations from billionaire financier George Soros and Hollywood luminaries such as directors Steven Spielberg and J.J. 195 more words

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Dan Berger Named New Communications Head for DreamWorks Animation

Veteran communications executive Dan Berger has been named head of corporate communications for DreamWorks Animation.

Chief executive Jeffrey Katzenberg announced Berger’s appointment as the toon-maker’s chief spokesman Wednesday. 158 more words

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DreamPlay Officially Opens June 12 at the City of Dreams Manila

Independence Day ushered in the Freedom to Dream and Play at the City of Dreams Manila.

The world’s first DreamWorks-themed, indoor interactive play and creativity center, ‘DreamPlay by DreamWorks’, celebrated its official opening at City of Dreams Manila  last June 12, 2015 amidst excited children and beloved DreamWorks animated characters. 331 more words

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Obama Dines With Jeffrey Katzenberg & Steven Spielberg After Day Feting Donors

EXCLUSIVE: The President of the United States spent much of Thursday talking about the carnage in Charleston at lucrative Hollywood fundraisers for the Democratic Party, but it seems he had dinner with two old friends – or at least the political and Tinseltown equivalent thereof. 273 more words

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Jeffrey Katzenberg, Mike Tyson on Hand to Open Shanghai Festival

Mike Tyson and Jeffrey Katzenberg were among the foreign celebrities on hand Saturday at the opening ceremony of the Shanghai International Film Festival. Jackie Chan and Fan Bingbing were among the biggest local names. 369 more words

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DreamWorks Animation Shares Fall After Analyst Says Street's Too Optimistic

DreamWorks Animation isn’t completely out of Wall Street’s dog house yet. The studio’s shares retreated 5.2% to $26.40 today after CLSA analyst Vasily Karasyov initiated coverage with a “sell” recommendation and a target price of just $17. 301 more words

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Is Wall Street Ready To Let DreamWorks Animation Out Of The Dog House?

That’s the way it looks this morning: DreamWorks Animation shares are up more than 7%, and touched a 52-week high of $29.75, after Stifel Research’s Benjamin Mogil upgraded his recommendation to “buy” with a price target of $34.   411 more words

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