November 2, 2010 by Post Team
Shannon Tavarez, Another clip-on behind the scenes of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, which is due in theaters in two parts 19 November 2010 and July 15, 2011, hit the web. “The stakes are much higher in this film than they had probably never before,” says Daniel Radcliffe. Adds director David Yates forebodingly, “Voldemort is on the verge of absolute power.”
Private equity firm Providence Equity Partners, the largest firm of redemption with the media and entertainment, is one of the biggest losers of filing bankruptcy MGM ahead, the New York Post highlighted. As the largest private equity investor in the studio, Providence is to lose 400 million once the deposit, which will be cut to 4 billion of debt and in the process erase existing investors, becomes official, said the newspaper.
Monday evening, a judge ruled that the private equity firm Terra Firma and its founder Guy Hands can not claim punitive damages against Citigroup in a legal showdown over the acquisition of former music firm EMI Group in 2007, the Wall Street Journal reported. Hands said a top investment banker Citigroup EMI sales process, forcing him to overpay, misled him. Punitive damages could come over potential damage to fraud.
From longtime Wheel of Fortune announcer Charlie O’Donnell died overnight in his Sherman Oaks, California, home on Halloween, his agent confirmed. He was 78. O’Donnell, who spent 26 years in the series, suffered heart failure, according to his friend, radio personality Johnny Hayes.
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