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May 5, 1989
Stephen R. Greenwald, chairman of De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, has formed International Media Investors Ltd., Beverly Hills, a financial and business consultant to entertainment and media companies. The firm announced an agreement to provide consulting services in those areas to Oppenheimer & Co., a New York-based investment firm, concerning international financing and business transactions. Greenwald succeeded founder Dino De Laurentiis in February, 1988, and guided the famed film producer's troubled company into Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings last August.
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BUSINESS
May 5, 1989
Stephen R. Greenwald, chairman of De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, has formed International Media Investors Ltd., Beverly Hills, a financial and business consultant to entertainment and media companies. The firm announced an agreement to provide consulting services in those areas to Oppenheimer & Co., a New York-based investment firm, concerning international financing and business transactions. Greenwald succeeded founder Dino De Laurentiis in February, 1988, and guided the famed film producer's troubled company into Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings last August.
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BUSINESS
February 24, 1988 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
The man who has succeeded Dino De Laurentiis at the helm of De Laurentiis Entertainment Group expressed hope Tuesday that the company can solve enough of its financial woes to get back into film production in about six months. However, such resumption would be on a smaller scale than before the halt several months ago, Stephen R. Greenwald said in an interview. He spoke of launching "possibly two or three projects."
BUSINESS
February 24, 1988 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
The man who has succeeded Dino De Laurentiis at the helm of De Laurentiis Entertainment Group expressed hope Tuesday that the company can solve enough of its financial woes to get back into film production in about six months. However, such resumption would be on a smaller scale than before the halt several months ago, Stephen R. Greenwald said in an interview. He spoke of launching "possibly two or three projects."
BUSINESS
March 19, 1987
DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group, Beverly Hills, named Stephen R. Greenwald to the newly created post of chief operating officer. The company said Greenwald will continue to serve as president of the corporate division.
BUSINESS
August 5, 1986
De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, formed last year in Los Angeles, said it plans to form a company with Australian investors to construct a "major" film studio in Australia and finance, produce and distribute films. Stephen R. Greenwald, president of De Laurentiis, said the new company hopes to raise between $18 million and $40 million through a public offering in Australia.
BUSINESS
September 23, 1987
Financially troubled De Laurentiis Entertainment Group has announced the formation of an office of the president. It named outside advertising executive Gordon Weaver as one of three members, as well as Fredric Sidewater, who has been its president, and Stephen R. Greenwald, who has been president of its corporate division. The company said the marketing and distribution divisions will report to Weaver. Larry Gleason will continue as president of marketing and distribution.
BUSINESS
June 19, 1987 | KATHRYN HARRIS
The price of DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group shares plummeted to $6.50 Thursday, down $2.25 on the American Stock Exchange, due largely to the disappointing performance of its latest movie, "Million Dollar Mystery," and Paine Webber's change in recommendation to "hold" from "buy." Paine Webber served as the company's underwriter in its initial public offering last year, when it sold at $12 per share.
BUSINESS
October 6, 1988 | KATHRYN HARRIS, Times Staff Writer
De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, which sought the protection of bankruptcy court in mid-August, said late Wednesday that it has received three preliminary offers from companies interested in acquiring a controlling stake in the beleaguered motion picture company. Beverly Hills-based DEG said the overtures came from Cannon Group, Atlantic Entertainment Group and Image Entertainment and are for undisclosed combinations of cash and securities.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1989 | KATHRYN HARRIS, Times Staff Writer
Carolco Pictures Inc., best known as the producer of the "Rambo" films, on Friday said it has made an offer to acquire De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, a motion picture company that sought the protection of federal bankruptcy court last August. The terms of the bid weren't disclosed, but Carolco President and Chief Executive Peter M.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1987 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
The question of just how badly DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group did on its new movie, "Million Dollar Mystery," was cleared up Friday. The independent producer assessed the loss at $6.5 million. The Beverly Hills-based company's stock hit a new low for the second consecutive day, closing Friday at $6.25, down 25 cents on the American Stock Exchange. At one point, it dipped as low as $5.75. A day earlier, it had fallen $2.25.
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