Justice Department ramps up its investigation of theater chains

McGovern, Joe
June 2015
Entertainment Weekly.com;6/15/2015, pN.PAG
In the latest step in an ongoing probe of the three largest movie theater chains, AMC Entertainment responded today to a demand for documents...


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