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Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0520-0524)?
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Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0513-0517)?
Weekly Report · 05/20 10:59
Reading International, Inc. Q1 2024 Financial Report: Consolidated Balance Sheets, Income, Cash Flows, and Notes
Press release · 05/16 12:18
Reading International Inc reports results for the quarter ended in January - Earnings Summary
Reading International Inc reports results for the quarter ended in January. The company reported a quarterly adjusted loss of 59 cents per share. Revenue fell to $ million from a year ago. Reading International Inc shares had fallen by this quarter and lost so far this year.
Reuters · 05/15 14:47
READING INTERNATIONAL Q1 ADJUSTED EBITDA USD -4 MILLION
Reuters · 05/15 13:00
READING INTERNATIONAL: DURING Q1, DISRUPTED MOVIE RELEASE SCHEDULE CAUSED BY 2023 HOLLYWOOD STRIKES CONTINUED TO NEGATIVELY IMPACT FINANCIAL RESULTS
Reuters · 05/15 13:00
READING INTERNATIONAL INC: NEED TO RAISE ADDITIONAL LIQUIDITY TO SUPPORT OUR OPERATIONS THROUGH 2024 AND REDUCE OUR OVERALL DEBT STRUCTURE
Reuters · 05/15 13:00
READING INTERNATIONAL REPORTS FIRST QUARTER 2024 RESULTS
Reuters · 05/15 13:00
Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0506-0510)?
Weekly Report · 05/13 11:08
UPDATE 1-Billionaire investor Ken Griffin calls on Harvard to embrace ‘Western values’
Billionaire investor Ken Griffin calls on Harvard to embrace ‘Western values’ Griffin says turmoil on college campuses is product of a ‘cultural revolution’ in education. Griffin is founder of hedge fund Citadel and has donated more than half a billion dollars to Harvard University.
Reuters · 05/11 15:48
Billionaire investor Ken Griffin calls on Harvard to embrace ‘western values’
Billionaire investor Kenneth Griffin calls on Harvard to embrace ‘western values’ Griffin says turmoil across college campuses is product of a ‘cultural revolution’ in education. Griffin is founder of hedge fund Citadel and has donated more than half a billion dollars to Harvard University.
Reuters · 05/11 14:02
Reading International Inc <RDI.OQ> expected to post a loss of 52 cents a share - Earnings Preview
Reading International Inc expected to report a fall in quarterly revenue to $43.989 million. The company is expected to post a loss of 52 cents a share. The one available analyst rating on the shares is 'hold' for the company. Reading International Inc to report results on May 13.
Reuters · 05/10 11:57
Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0429-0503)?
Weekly Report · 05/06 11:15
Reading Intl: [Amend]Annual Report
Press release · 04/29 22:56
Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0422-0426)?
Weekly Report · 04/29 11:22
Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0415-0419)?
Weekly Report · 04/22 11:10
Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0408-0412)?
Weekly Report · 04/15 11:02
Weekly Report: what happened at RDIB last week (0401-0405)?
Weekly Report · 04/08 11:07
READING INTERNATIONAL INC: QTRLY SHR LOSS - BASIC $0.56
Reuters · 04/01 13:00
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About RDIB
Reading International, Inc. is an entertainment and real estate company. The Company is engaged in the development, ownership, and operation of cinemas and retail and commercial real estate in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. The Company’s segments are Theatrical Motion Picture Exhibition (Cinema Exhibition), and Real Estate. The Cinema Exhibition segment is engaged in cinema experiences for its guests through hospitality-styled comfort and service, state-of-the-art cinematic presentation, designed venues, curated film, and event programming, and crafted food and beverage options. The Company’s Real Estate segment is engaged in the real estate business through the development and its ownership and rental or licensing to third parties of retail, commercial, and live theatre assets. Its commercial brands include Reading Cinemas, Consolidated Theatres, Angelika Film Center, State Cinema, Angelika Anywhere, 44 Union Square, Newmarket Village, and Cannon Park.