Meet Joel Goodson, an industrious, college-bound 17-year-old and a responsible, trustworthy son. However, when his parents go away and leave him home alone in the wealthy Chicago suburbs with the Porsche at his disposal he quickly decides he has been good for too long and it is time to enjoy himself. After an unfortunate incident with the Porsche Joel must raise some cash, in a risky way.
A hard-working small business owner and his two associates travel to Europe to close the most important deal of their lives. But what began as a routine business trip goes off the rails in every imaginable – and unimaginable – way, including unplanned stops at a massive sex fetish event and a global economic summit.
Jessie is an aging career criminal who has been in more jails, fights, schemes, and lineups than just about anyone else. His son Vito, while currently on the straight and narrow, has had a fairly shady past and is indeed no stranger to illegal activity. They both have great hope for Adam, Vito's son and Jessie's grandson, who is bright, good-looking, and without a criminal past.
During the '80s, a young man named Frankie dreams of escaping London's South East region, and his mother's thug of a boyfriend gives him just the opportunity. After beating up the abusive beau, Frankie runs off to Spain, where he lands a job delivering a package to the dapper Playboy Charlie, a gangster who takes him under his wing. Working as Charlie's driver, Frankie is immersed in a world of fast cars and pretty women -- but all the excess could be his undoing.
In the 1940s in the small town of Jupiter Hollow, two sets of identical twins are born in the same hospital on the same night. One set to a poor local family and the other to a rich family just passing through. The dizzy nurse on duty accidentally mixes the twins unbeknown to the parents. Our story flashes forward to the 1980s where the mismatched sets of twins are about to cross paths.
Barnaby Fulton is a research chemist working on a fountain of youth pill for a chemical company. One of the labs chimps, Esther, gets loose in the laboratory and, having watched Dr Fulton do something similar, mixes a beaker of chemicals, but then pours the mix into the water cooler. Later, when trying one of his own samples sample, washed down with water from the cooler, Fulton begins to act just like a 20-year-old and believes his potion is working. Soon his wife and boss are also behaving like children.
Four stowaways get mixed up with gangsters while running riot on an ocean liner.
The continuing adventures of the barbers at Calvin's Barbershop. Gina, a stylist at the beauty shop next door, is now trying to cut in on his buisness. Calvin is again struggling to keep his father's shop and traditions alive--this time against urban developers looking to replace mom & pop establishments with name-brand chains. The world changes, but some things never go out of style--from current events and politics to relationships and love, you can still say anything you want at the barbershop.
Molly and Terry Donahue, plus their three children, are The Five Donahues. Son Tim meets hat-check girl Vicky and the family act begins to fall apart.
An uptight advertising exec has his entire life in a filofax organizer which mistakenly ends up in the hands of a friendly convict who poses as him.
An aging agent is called back by "the Company" to run a hostage trade of a Soviet spy for an American agent.
Sylvester Cat and Tweety Bird are snowbound in a mountain cabin, and though Tweety has lots of bird seed, Sylvester will starve unless he can cook the unsuspecting Tweety. Meanwhile, a starving mouse thinks Sylvester is edible and keeps springing on the cat, chewing the fur off his head and tail and trying to cook his various body parts. Granny returns just in time with groceries, to find she mistakenly brought back only more bird seed!
Waymon has a great job in real estate and a promising future, but he's also trapped in a loveless longterm relationship. He meets Natalie, a beautiful club-hopping hipster, and quickly falls in love. Realizing he's just not cool enough to attract her on his own, he seeks the help of his friend Bobby, a free-spirited smooth talker who works in the mail room at Waymon's firm and utilizes the predicament as leverage to advance in the company.
Luc Devereaux and Veronica Roberts continue their attempts to expose the Universal Soldier unit. But after a hostage situation mistakenly leaves Veronica a fugitive, the two escape the city and go into hiding. CIA Deputy Director Mentor and Dr. Walker are also in the middle of literally 'growing' a powerful new Universal Soldier clone of Luc's brother Eric to assassinate him and Veronica.
Private eye Roland Drake cracks cases and romances femme fatales in 1940's Los Angeles while corrupt cop Det Barry Tate rules the city. A tale told in the classic style of film noir. Drake has fallen on hard times in a harsh world. He has been evicted from his office and disgraced by a missing persons case. Ruined in the public eye and with the police. it seems like it's all over for Roland Drake. Then, redemption walks in - with curves. The owner of those curves is a sexy, dark haired beauty named Katherine Montemar. She wants his help. The chemistry is immediate and her concern for the disappearance of her family members pulls him into her case - and into bed.
A voyeuristic tycoon orchestrates a risky, passion-charged triangle between himself, his right-hand man, and a beautiful executive. Another classy, erotic production from Zalman King
Julie Styron thinks she is going to be fired, but instead discovers that she is being promoted. Trapped in an airport hotel, she wants to celebrate but finds only the company of her young assistant, Paula Murphy. As the night progresses, the two women get to know each other. They flirt, they drink, they lie; personal flaws are revealed and exposed. But at the end of the night their relationship turns and becomes a complex battle of power, authority, and wit.
From the producers of 'Bowling for Columbine', 'Fahrenheit 9/11' and 'Generation Iron' comes 'The Hurt Business' which examines the rise of mixed martial arts fighting through the eyes of today's top stars.
Stan and Ollie play door-to-door Christmas tree salesmen in California. They end up getting into an escalating feud with grumpy would-be customer James Finlayson, with his home and their car being destroyed in the melee.
British comedian Jimmy Carr unleashes his deadpan delivery and wickedly funny one-liners to a sold-out audience at the UK's Hammersmith Apollo.
With a little help from his brother and accomplice, Tim, Boss Baby tries to balance family life with his job at Baby Corp headquarters.
Tricky Business is an Australian television drama series first broadcast on the Nine Network on 14 May 2012. Filmed in and around Wollongong and Sydney, the program is produced by Screentime with the assistance of Screen Australia. The Nine Network has ordered 13 episodes, with more to be determined by audience reception.The series premiered in New Zealand on 4 September 2012 on TV3.
The Business is a Canadian television series, which airs on The Movie Network in Canada and IFC in the United States. The plot of the show centres on Vic Morgan, an adult film director of a low-budget softcore pornographic series similar to Girls Gone Wild. He attempts to become a legitimate film maker after having converted to Judaism to be successful in the entertainment industry. Season one depicts the production of his first independent film and the difficulties along the way with an undisciplined production staff, poorly skilled actors, and an eccentric Japanese investor. Season two follows the company following the success of its first film as they search for a follow-up project. The series is filmed and produced in Montreal by Philms Pictures, and has a predominantly Canadian cast.
Family Business was an American reality TV series produced for the cable network Showtime. Based in Los Angeles, the series focused on the pornography industry and the life of Adam Glasser, a reality porn star and video director who uses the stage name "Seymore Butts". Also featured on the series were his son, Brady, along with his mother, Lila Glasser, and his older cousin, Stevie Glasser, both of whom help Adam run the eponymous "family business" of the series, which in this case is a successful porn video production and distribution house in the San Fernando Valley, known for the "Seymore Butts" line of videos. The series first aired in 2003. In Canada it is broadcast on The Movie Network, Movie Central, and Showcase Television, in the UK on Channel 4, and in Latin America on FX. The first two seasons are currently available on DVD in North America. The series ran for four seasons. The series won the 2005 AVN award for 'Best Alternative Release'.
Don Angel is a small businessman – the backbone of this great country’s economy. But if that's true, it's no thanks to him. After numerous unsuccessful ventures, Don's Worldwide Business Group is now hurtling towards liquidation. His debts are mounting, his stomach's killing him, his wife has left him and he's just hired Ray Leonard as his sole employee. It's a marriage made in heaven – at least until the Tax Office gets there.
Today's Business is a show on CNBC that aired in the early morning, 5 to 7AM ET timeslot, hosted by Liz Claman and Bob Sellers, and it was replaced by Wake Up Call on Feb 4, 2002. The show gives news that will probably affect the trading day ahead. Today's Business was the equivalent program on CNBC Europe. It ended on 23 March 2007 and was replaced by Capital Connection. There was also a program on CNBC Asia called CNBC Today, but it was replaced by Asia Wake Up Call.
Today's Business was a business news programme aired on CNBC Europe from 6-7am CET between January 2001 and March 2007. The programme was originally based on the CNBC U.S. morning programme Today's Business, which was later replaced by the programme Wake Up Call. The European Today's Business was presented by Steve Sedgwick. The programme, affectionately referred to by some presenters as "TBiz", featured a look ahead to the day. Segments included a review of yesterday's business, a news headlines round-up, as well as early results. The programme also linked up with CNBC Asia for continuing coverage of the Asian session. The programme was renamed from "Today's Business Europe" in May 2003. While the title was only slightly altered, the programme was reduced from two hours to one. While Today's Business Europe had been presented in front of CNBC Europe's video wall, the new programme was presented from behind a desk. The programme ended its run on March 23, 2007 and was replaced on March 26 by a new show, Capital Connection, co-anchored by Maura Fogarty at CNBC Asia in Singapore and Sedgwick in London.
History's Business is a program on the History Channel. In it, a host interviews CEO's about the history of their companies. It runs on Sunday mornings. The current host is Geoffrey Wawro, Olinto M. Barsanti. Previous hosts include Austan Goolsbee and occasional guest host Steve Forbes. Corporate Guests have included the heads of: ⁕French's ⁕Smith and Wesson ⁕Norfolk Southern ⁕The Plaza Hotel ⁕Cummins ⁕Cadillac ⁕Monster.com ⁕Green Giant ⁕Pitney-Bowes ⁕Washington Mutual ⁕Timberland ⁕Waste Management ⁕Bergdorf Goodman ⁕Dr. Pepper ⁕Dow Jones ⁕Best Western
An emotionally lost man seeks validation through his small business kingdom, but finds unexpected solace from his odd squad of employees.
Dicey Business is a 2006 grand production drama by Television Broadcasts Limited.
ASB Business was a half-hour business news programme in New Zealand, with insights into issues affecting the business sector. It was broadcast on TV3 between 6.30am and 7.00am weekdays, followed by Sunrise.
The Business is a late night half hour business news television programme on ABC1 & ABC News 24 in Australia. The program is presented by ABC business journalist Ticky Fullerton and currently broadcasts four nights a week Monday to Thursday at 20:30 AEST on ABC News 24 and approximately 23:00h AEST on ABC1, immediately after Lateline. On Friday night Lateline devotes a section of the program to business issues, including a discussion between host Emma Alberici and ABC economics correspondent Stephen Long. The program format involves a wrap up of the domestic market movements of the day, feature stories on business news events and usually at least one interview per night with a representative of a prominent business, usually featured in one of the stories that night. The programme also features crosses to London and US stock exchanges for overseas market news and analysis.Reporters include Neal Woolrich, Brigid Glanville, the Producer is Ruth Dexter and the Executive Producer is Tim Palmer. Relief presenters include Brigid Glanville, Phillip Lasker and Andrew Robertson. It is broadcast from the ABC's Sydney studio in Ultimo.
'AMP Business was an early morning business program hosted by Nadine Chalmers-Ross airing on TV ONE in New Zealand. The show was followed by Breakfast. From 1997 to 2007 the programme was hosted and co-produced by Michael Wilson. During this time it was called Telstra Business, TelstraSaturn Business, TelstraClear Business, Business and ASB Business. Wilson went to TV3 in October 2007. allegedly because he was unhappy with network executives changing the time from 6.30-7.00 to 6.00-6.30. He allegedly claimed he would not to be able to get good interviewees and that the decision was made by American consultants without his input. The show was called Breakfast Business until NZI gave their name to the relaunched show. In 2011 the show was sponsored by AMP and was called AMP Business. In early 2012 it was announced that the show will not return in 2012 and that Nadine Charlmes-Ross would just present business updates throughout the breakfast morning show on TV One.
Your Business is a small business oriented program on MSNBC, hosted by JJ Ramberg.
Business Today is a now defunct morning business program of GMA Network. It was hosted by Karen Davila, Rico Hizon, Dong Puno and Mon Isberto.
Business Today is an Asian-Pacific television program, which began airing on the Asia-pacific channel Australia Network in August 2006, and on ABC News 24 on 23 July 2010. It is hosted by Whitney Fitzsimmons. The program provides daily rundowns of Australian, Australasian, and International economies, as well as commentaries on financial and political outcomes.
Inside Business is an Australian television program broadcast on ABC1. Making its debut on 4 August 2002, it presents analysis of the financial world, including the Australian sharemarket, business activities and the broader economy. The program airs at 9:30 am on Sunday morning following Insiders, and is hosted by Alan Kohler. He also conducts interviews with members of the business community, profiles emerging businesses and entrepreneurs, and often presents his own commentary at the end of the program. The show was criticised by fellow ABC network program Media Watch for providing uncritical promotion of a floral company on its profile segment, a claim which the program denied. The issue is particularly pertinent as the ABC network carries no advertising. The show is now also shown on weekday mornings at 8:00 am on ABC2
Funny Business is a documentary style television series about the craft of comedy consisting of six 50-minute episodes. The first episode aired in the UK 22 November 1992. The show was also shown in Germany and released on video. It was directed by David Hinton. The writers were Rowan Atkinson, Robin Driscoll, and David Hinton. It was produced by Tiger Television Productions. The show featured appearances by many comedians, including Rowan Atkinson who made an appearance both as the presenter/narrator, and as an aspiring comedy actor named Kevin. Atkinson demonstrated many of the principles of comedy in a manner which was instantly identifiable to anyone familiar with his Mr. Bean character.
First Business is a nationally syndicated financial news and analysis television program, produced by First Business Network LLC, a subsidiary of Weigel Broadcasting, in Chicago. Anchor Angela Miles, Reporters Chuck Coppola, Bill Moller, and Executive Producer Harvey Moshman bring viewers commentary from the floors of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and the Chicago Board Options Exchange, as well as from their studios in the West Loop. The program covers the financial and economic markets including equities, futures, options, commodities, foreign exchange and geo-political news.