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March 20, 1989 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press.
Previous Nominee Nomina- Wins (Film) tions Dustin Hoffman ("Rain Man") 5 1 Gene Hackman ("Mississippi Burning") 3 1 Tom Hanks ("Big") 0 0 Max von Sydow ("Pelle the Conqueror") 0 0 Edward James Olmos ("Stand and Deliver") 0 0 Meryl Streep ("A Cry in the Dark") 7 2 Glenn Close Sigourney Weaver ("Gorillas in the Mist") 1 0 Jodie Foster ("The Accused") 1 0 Melanie Griffith ("Working Girl") 0 0 SOURCE: Baseline Inc
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September 27, 1989 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
1. Eddie Murphy: 827.9 million 2. Dan Aykroyd: $789.4 million 3. Bill Murray: $743.4 million 4. Chevy Chase: $525.9 million 5. John Belushi: $297.8 million 6. Jim Belushi: $294.5 million 7. Tim Kazurinsky: $224.9 million 8. Jon Lovitz: $191.5 million 9. Billy Crystal: $187.4 million 10. Robert Downey Jr.: $159.5 million Former "SNL" stars' total U.S. box-office grosses from feature films. SOURCE: Baseline Inc.
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November 30, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Kagan to Buy Baseline Inc.: Carmel-based media investment and research firm Paul Kagan Associates agreed to acquire the on-line distributor of entertainment industry data for an undisclosed price. Kagan will acquire the majority equity stake in the 10-year-old company from Sy Syms.
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November 24, 2004 | Josh Getlin and Elizabeth Jensen, Times Staff Writers
Dan Rather announced Tuesday that he would resign in March as CBS News anchor, catching many by surprise just weeks before the release of a report expected to criticize his role in a discredited story about President Bush's National Guard service. Network officials said Rather, 73, had discussed his resignation with them last summer, well before the airing of the ill-fated "60 Minutes" story in September.
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