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Walt Disney has confirmed that it has found backdated stock options at Pixar prior to its acquisition in January 2006 and has cleared Steve Jobs (CEO of Pixar at the time) of any wrongdoing. "The...
The Science Museum is currently hosting the Pixar: 20 Years of Animation exhibition in London. The exhibition examines the work of Pixar's world-class artist team, and includes 250 drawings and paintings, 50 sculptures, and computer-generated...
On Tuesday, board members for Pixar Animation Studios will meet to approve a $7 billion buyout by Disney. The buyout will make Steve Jobs, the company's chief executive, around...
The post-Eisner Walt Disney is close to buying Pixar Animation Studios in a deal that could allow Steve Jobs and his team to exert significant creative influence at the entertainment giant, reports The Wall Street...
The publisher inks an agreement to make games based on four more computer-animated films from the computer-animation studio. Finding Nemo the amazing movie has now striked a deal with THQ and...
Pixar Animation Studios Inc. said Thursday it ended talks with Walt Disney Co. to extend a five-picture deal for Disney to distribute Pixar films. Pixar, the computer animation pioneer founded by Apple...