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The Hollywood company said late Tuesday that veteran Internet executive Stephen Semprevivo has assumed the role.
Jacobs Engineering Group on Tuesday said that it has acquired the assets an Orange County company that provides pipeline engineering services to the utility and gas industries.
Aurora Capital Group has completed its acquisition of Calabasas product engineering and testing company National Technical Systems Inc.
REAL ESTATE: City core takes some shine from Silicon Beach.
Real Estate: Software firm Daqri’s lease is another sign downtown L.A. is clicking with tech companies.
TV studios get jump on content for 4K sets
TV: Some studios are channeling their efforts into high-quality 4K visuals in hopes of future adoption of the format.
ENERGY: Panels off as installers fight DWP over lease language.
Energy: Some solar panel customers have been left in the cold as installation companies and the L.A. DWP wrangle over lease language.
ActiveReplay’s Trace tracks moves by outdoor athletes.
ActiveReplay’s Trace tracking device looks to take the spin out of bragged-about moves by surfers and skateboarders.
INTERNET: Majority shareholder’s sell-off plan fuels drop in Spark’s stock.
Internet: Investors are just not that into dating site operator Sparks after its largest shareholder plans sell-off
Zehner doubles up in Culver City, opens office in New York.
Digital agency Zehner Group has expanded. The Culver City firm more than doubled its local office space and opened an office in New York this month.
INTERNET: LoveRoom’s creator dismisses critics of lodging-dating service.
A few weeks ago, a new lodging-and-dating service announced itself to the online world.
The L.A. site, an online distributor of videos from independent filmmakers, will shut down permanently on Dec. 15.
The company filed a lawsuit on Monday alleging that the owner of NewNasty.com is infringing on Nasty Gal's trademark.
Boston private equity firm Great Hill Partners, which is Spark's largest shareholder with 19.7 percent, gave notice that it intended to sell its shares Tuesday.
The multimedia rendition, which comes from British theater group 1927, first premiered in Berlin last year. It will make its U.S. debut at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Nov. 23.
A unit of J2 Global Inc. has acquired TechBargains.com, an aggregation site for low-cost deals on consumer electronic products.