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50th of 50things: Love

Well my darlings,

Here we are, finally, at the 50th of the 50 things.

I don’t know if I got the order right, but it does seem somehow fitting to leave Love until the end, though by now I think it’s pretty clear that ultimately, whatever heading you put at the top of the page, all of these posts have really been about Love. 918 more words

DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg's Pay Dropped by Half

In 2014, DreamWorks Animation paid CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg a decent $6.4 million, down 53 percent from the $13.5 million he was paid the year before. 112 more words

Execs

DreamWorks Animation Tops Q1 Revenue Estimates As It Awaits 'Home' Sales

UPDATE, 2:50 PM: What made Home a hit, after a string of big losses for DreamWorks Animation? Several things, CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg told analysts in a call to discuss Q1 earnings. 497 more words

Corporate Affairs

Whose Hillary Fundraiser Is It? Organizers Minimize Katzenberg Role

2ND UPDATE: 8:53 AM: Organizers of the May 7 Hillary Clinton fundraiser to be held at Haim and Cheryl Saban’s home are now telling Deadline that Jeffrey Katzenberg is not involved in an official capacity. 699 more words

News

Jeffrey Katzenberg Pumps Up 'Panda 3,' Dismisses Deal Talk

Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, sang the praises of digital technology and Chinese filmmaking from a platform in the Beijing Film Festival. But he dampened speculation that his company would be taken over by a Chinese firm. 584 more words

News

DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg Takes 53% Pay Hit in 2014

DreamWorks Animation chief executive officer Jeffrey Katzenberg took a more than $7 million pay hit in 2014 — his annual compensation reduced about 53% from $13.5 million to $6.4 million — as a result of toon makers’ poor performance over the year, an official filing shows. 563 more words

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DreamWorks Animation Paid Jeffrey Katzenberg $6.4M In 2014, Down 52.7%

Members of the DreamWorks Animation board would have had a lot of explaining to do if they had awarded execs big raises in a year when revenues fell, the company lost money and the stock price dropped 37.1%. 192 more words

Corporate Affairs