He's Back

February 2011
Forbes Asia;Feb2011, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses the success story of movie producer Harvey Weinstein. It states that last summer's poorly performing films and non-movie investments had left his firm Weinstein Co. under the debt of 430 million dollars. It also states that his restructure program wiped out much of his debt and his recent acclaimed movies, like "The King's Speech" and "Blue Valentine" have earned a total 13 Oscar nominations.


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