• Hollywood’s Endeavor eyes more cost-cutting, asset sales amid COVID

    Hollywood’s Endeavor eyes more cost-cutting, asset sales amid COVID

    Hollywood superagent Ari Emanuel, desperate to survive the pandemic, is quietly hatching plans to trim the fat at Endeavor, his already slimmed down entertainment conglomerate, The Post has
  • WarnerMedia begins ‘painful’ but ‘critical’ wave of layoffs

    WarnerMedia begins ‘painful’ but ‘critical’ wave of layoffs

    HBO owner WarnerMedia has kicked off a significant round of layoffs as the company battles steep financial losses related to the pandemic. WarnerMedia chief executive Jason Kilar emailed staffers
  • Disneyland to furlough more staff and execs as COVID-19 cases surge

    Disneyland to furlough more staff and execs as COVID-19 cases surge

    Disney said Tuesday it will impose another round of furloughs at Disneyland as there is no sign that the Anaheim, Calif.-based theme park will be permitted to reopen anytime soon. Although Disney did
  • Bob Ley rips into ESPN after they lay off 300 employees

    Bob Ley rips into ESPN after they lay off 300 employees

    Former ESPN host Bob Ley had some choice words for his former employer. After the network informed employees early Thursday that it would lay off 300 people due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s financial
  • ESPN laying off 300 employees in huge pandemic-related cuts

    ESPN laying off 300 employees in huge pandemic-related cuts

    ESPN informed employees early Thursday that it would lay off 300 people across its business, while also not filling 200 currently open positions as the pandemic continues to harshly impact ESPN and
  • NBCUniversal quietly looking to replace TV exec amid toxic workplace probe

    NBCUniversal quietly looking to replace TV exec amid toxic workplace probe

    NBCUniversal is quietly looking to replace top reality-TV exec who was accused of cultivating a toxic workplace in a bombshell report in late July, The Post has learned. The takedown penned by The Hollywood Reporter called out NBC Entertainment chairman Paul Telegdy and his right hand, Meredith Ahr, for bullying employees and talent. Telegdy, who was …
  • Dave & Buster’s warns of mass layoffs as COVID-19 keeps arcades closed

    Dave & Buster’s warns of mass layoffs as COVID-19 keeps arcades closed

    Restaurant-and-arcade chain Dave & Buster’s has warned it could lay off more than 2,500 employees as the coronavirus keeps its gaming halls closed. The Dallas-based company has filed notices in at least 10 states indicating temporary layoffs imposed in March — when the pandemic forced all its locations to close — would become permanent later …
  • The extra motivation for Yankees in final week of season

    The extra motivation for Yankees in final week of season

    The Yankees have extra incentive in their next seven games because they are all against AL East foes — the Red Sox and Blue Jays — and the results of those games could impact where they play the first round of the playoffs. The Yankees went into the weekend one game behind the Twins for …
  • Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown in middle of Celtics ‘bulls–t’ locker room drama

    Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown in middle of Celtics ‘bulls–t’ locker room drama

    The Celtics blew their second straight second-half lead in a 106-101 loss to the Miami Heat on Thursday night as Boston fell behind 0-2 in the Eastern Conference Finals. And things reportedly blew up in the Celtics locker room. Multiple reporters described a heap of distressing noises pouring out of Boston’s locker room after the …
  • Jamal Murray puts Shaq, Charles Barkley on blast after Nuggets win

    Jamal Murray puts Shaq, Charles Barkley on blast after Nuggets win

    Jamal Murray wasn’t done taking it to opponents, real or perceived, once the final buzzer sounded in the Nuggets’ Game 7 win over the Clippers on Tuesday night. The Nuggets’ rising star, after dropping 40 points to complete the comeback from a 3-1 series deficit, also spent part of his postgame press conference calling out …