Frank’s son Dweezil was told by the family trust, controlled by two of his siblings, that his show Zappa Plays Zappa risked huge copyright infringement fines.
Jeffrey Katzenberg energetically ran the boutique studio, but its fortunes often seemed star-crossed.
The retailer said transgender employees and customers could choose which restroom they preferred to use, a position that centered it in a national debate.
Revenue fell 13 percent, to $50.6 billion, as sales of the company’s flagship product fell with little else to take its place.
Tribune’s nonexecutive chairman, Michael Ferro, may have his own reasons for stalling for more time.
The social network wants to triple its 1.6 billion global users, but to do that, it will have to make connecting to the Internet much less expensive.
The problems at companies like SunEdison resemble those of past leading-edge industries.