The decision could have an unprecedented effect on the industry, but it was only the latest in decades of cases that have taken pop songs from the recording studio to the courtroom over plagiarism allegations. Here are some highlights.
This year top speakers will tackle how to bring ideas that might seem like science fiction to the real world.
A jury awarded Marvin Gaye’s children $7.3 million on Tuesday after determining singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams copied their father’s music to create “Blurred Lines,” the biggest hit song of 2013.
Judy Thompson said she was inspired to pen the letter after she read Camille Cosby’s statement issued in December suggesting that her husband, not the women, is the party being harmed by the women’s allegations.
Former rap music mogul Marion “Suge” Knight is scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles courtroom for a hearing about evidence in his murder case.
An Ohio native focused on offering style to the masses with an original line on home shopping network QVC and last week started a new one-hour weekly show.
Ability does not imply accomplishment. And accomplishment is no prerequisite for fame.
Actor Harrison Ford is recuperating in a hospital after crash-landing his vintage plane on a golf course after the engine failed. The injuries are non-life-threatening.
According to Variety, Netflix is paying $12 million for the international rights to “Beasts of No Nation.”
The picture, taken in England, has been retweeted by thousands and millions have seen it all over social media.
Leonard Nimoy, who died Friday at age 83, likely had the most famous lobes in Hollywood.
The dress found at a West Hollywood hotel “greatly resembles” the Calvin Klein Collection by Francisco Costa dress the actress wore to Sunday’s Academy Awards.