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But while the the bear of little brain is still popular with his young audience, a publisher has decided that perhaps his gentle stories are not fast-moving enough for today's youngsters...The story of Winnie-the-Pooh has been abridged for a new app
We can't imagine a world without the ability to send and receive messages in real time across thousands of miles, but for thousands of years there was no way to get messages across vast distances without physical transmission -- one person to another.
Dow Jones falls amid impasse Investors sent Washington a reminder Friday that Wall Street is a power player in talks to avoid the "fiscal cliff." Stocks fell sharply after House Republicans called off a vote on tax rates and left federal budget talks
He was not to know his creation would turn into a cultural behemoth that would become his lasting legacy, overshadow the life of his son, and turn into a huge merchandising business which, nearly 90 years later, is still worth more than 500million a
Maine — Author Stephen King and his wife are donating money so 150 soldiers from the Maine Army National Guard can come home for the holidays. King and his wife, Tabitha, who live in Bangor, are paying $13,000 toward the cost of two bus trips so that
The estate of Stephen Slesinger, the producer who acquired licensing rights to the Winnie-the-Pooh works and characters from A...Milne in 1930, has been suing Disney for rights infringement since 1991, and isn’t stopping now, according to BBC News.
The fictional offspring of the most famous animal in Canadian history — a certain black bear named Winnipeg — has landed at the centre of a renewed legal battle over profits from Winnie the Pooh merchandise sold in Canada and the U.S. since the 1960s.
A company that claims to have made Winnie the Pooh famous filed a notice of appeal to get unpaid royalties for the use of the beloved children's characters...District Court in Los Angeles on Nov. 5 to notify the court that it is appealing to collect