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August 5, 1987 | KEITH BRADSHER, Times Staff Writer
A board room dispute has left singer and songwriter Harry Nilsson with three new labels--acting president, chief executive and chairman for a tiny Los Angeles-based film, music and television production company. Nilsson, executive vice president and a founder of Hawkeye Entertainment, replaces James Hock Jr., a career investment banker who had pursued an aggressive acquisition policy.
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September 20, 1988
Hawkeye Entertainment, a Studio City film and television company headed by singer Harry Nilsson, said it lost $162,758 in the third quarter that ended July 31, compared to a loss of $93,728 a year earlier. In the nine-month period, Hawkeye lost $637,595, compared to a loss of $72,434 a year earlier. Hawkeye reported no revenue in either the third quarter or the nine-month period. A year earlier, it reported no revenue for the third quarter and $100,000 in revenue for the nine months.
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BUSINESS
September 20, 1988
Hawkeye Entertainment, a Studio City film and television company headed by singer Harry Nilsson, said it lost $162,758 in the third quarter that ended July 31, compared to a loss of $93,728 a year earlier. In the nine-month period, Hawkeye lost $637,595, compared to a loss of $72,434 a year earlier. Hawkeye reported no revenue in either the third quarter or the nine-month period. A year earlier, it reported no revenue for the third quarter and $100,000 in revenue for the nine months.
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August 5, 1987 | KEITH BRADSHER, Times Staff Writer
A board room dispute has left singer and songwriter Harry Nilsson with three new labels--acting president, chief executive and chairman for a tiny Los Angeles-based film, music and television production company. Nilsson, executive vice president and a founder of Hawkeye Entertainment, replaces James Hock Jr., a career investment banker who had pursued an aggressive acquisition policy.
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November 4, 1994 | JAMES BATES
Harry Nilsson told stories through his song lyrics, whether about a dog named Arrow or how 1 is the loneliest number that you'll ever do. As for the late singer-songwriter's own life story, it ended at Chapter 11 in the files of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles. Needless to say, there was no happy ending.
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January 12, 1988 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Nobody's talking very much about Harry Nilsson these days. Once one of rock's richest stars, Nilsson now works in a gray Studio City building that didn't even have a sign on it until Monday. There, Nilsson runs a fledgling public company called Hawkeye Entertainment that lost about $240,000 last year. But Nilsson hopes eventually to make the company profitable by acquiring the rights to, and developing, movies and television specials for others to make.
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