- MARVEL VS. DC COMICS: THE ONE-SIDED LICENSE WAR. BLOCK, ALEX BEN // Hollywood Reporter;11/21/2014, Vol. 420 Issue 40, p32
The article reports on the tussle between Disney's Marvel Studios and Warner Bros.' DC Comics to create superhero movies through 2020.
- Marvel redraws executive ranks. Bond, Paul // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;3/13/2007, Vol. 398 Issue 35, p3
The article states that Marvel Studios has hired several new executives and promoted others, while Michael Helfant, the studio's president and COO, has been forced out. The company plans to announce on March 13, 2007, that it has named David Maisel as its chairman. Maisel was responsible for...
- Marvel says super-size me. Amdur, Meredith // Daily Variety;1/20/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 16, p1
Reports on the appointment of David Maisel as president and chief operating officer for Marvel Studios in the U.S. Job responsibilities; Career highlights; Information on the corporate background of the company.
- Money man exits Marvel. Graser, Marc // Daily Variety;12/8/2009, Vol. 305 Issue 45, p1
The article reports on the resignation of David Maisel as Marvel Studios chairman after Disney has completed the acquisition of the comicbook company. Maisel has helped in raising 525 million dollars to start financing and producing its own films, such as the "Iron Man" and "The Incredible...
- Helfant, Marvel agree to turn page. Zeitchik, Steve // Daily Variety;3/13/2007, Vol. 294 Issue 52, p3
The article reports on the resignation of Michael Helfant as president and chief operating officer of U.S.-based film production company Marvel Studios. David Maisel will take over the responsibilities of Helfant. Production president Kevin Feige will continue with his role and will more...
- people. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;11/8/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 45, p12
Presents an update on the appointment and selection of several executives in the U.S. publishing industry as of November 8, 2004. Sandee Roston at the Avalon Publishing Group; Dan DiDio at DC Comics; John Dokes at Marvel; Seth Fleischman at HarperCollins.
- Marvel 2004 Revenue Up Thanks To Licensing Income. // Book Publishing Report;3/14/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p4
The article reports that Marvel Enterprises Inc., New York, reported 2004 revenues of $513.5 million, up 47% over 2003, primarily due to its joint venture with Sony for Spider-Man movie merchandising and the increase of licensing revenues. Licensing revenues, which include toys, books and other...
- Publishing Sales Up 10% at Marvel. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;8/9/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 32, p112
Reports on the 2004 second quarter financial results of Marvel. Sales increase in the publishing segment; Increase in operating profit;Total revenue for the entire company.
- Buckley Named Marvel Publisher; Jemas Shifted. MacDonald, Heidi // Publishers Weekly;10/20/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 42, p13
Reports on the appointment of Dan Buckley at Marvel Enterprises as publisher in October 2003. Change in the nature of the job of president and publisher of consumer products Bill Jemas; Career background of Buckley; Increase in the sales posted by the company.