The Shrimp Lover #1 Inc., a seafood restaurant in Hollywood, has been fined almost $520,000 in wage theft violations by the state’s Labor Commissioner’s office.
The Weinstein Co. is expected to file bankruptcy after talks with a potential buyer broke down, according to media reports.
L.A.’s music scene is bolstered by venues ranging from small theaters to huge arenas.
Four combine for 98M passengers; Long Beach Airport up 33 percent.
L.A. County’s four commercial airports are poised to exceed the 100 million-traveler mark.
Local news website LAist, which has been shut down for about four months, will be revived under a new owner.
Passenger traffic at Ontario International Airport rose 10.6 percent in January, while air cargo volume jumped 22 percent, airport officials reported Feb. 22
The Hammer Museum at UCLA in Westwood announced today that it had received a $30 million gift from the Wonderful Co. owners Stewart and Lynda Resnick as part of a larger $180 million fundraising campaign for a renovation begun last year.
DineEquity Inc. in Glendale is now Dine Brands Global Inc., the company announced with the release of its full-year and fourth-quarter financial results on Tuesday. The firm reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for Q4, sending its stock up more than 15 percent to its highest price in a year.
The Justice Department reached a settlement on Feb. 20 with a West Hollywood travel firm that allegedly turned down a request by deaf passengers for sign language interpreters on a cruise to Mexico.
Airline passenger traffic at Long Beach Airport increased nearly 7 percent in January 2018 compared with the same period in 2017, airport officials announced on Feb. 16.
Adaptive Studios Inc, an entertainment studio that creates premium content for emerging and traditional platforms located in Culver City, has raised $16.5 million in Series B funding, the company announced on Feb.15.
The Los Angeles World Airports Board of Commissioners on Feb. 15 voted to take the first step toward awarding a $4.5 billion contract to a contractor consortium to design, construct and operate the planned people mover at Los Angeles International Airport.
Leaf Group raised $23.3 million in a secondary public offering of its stock on Feb. 12.
Employment in the entertainment industry in the Los Angeles Basin grew 19.6 percent from 2006 to 2016, outpacing 4 percent growth across all industries in the area over the 10-year period, a new report says.
Eateries based on one-time TV, cinema hits on the way
Move over food: movie and TV show themes are the newest trend in restaurants.