The Inglewood City Council is set to vote tomorrow to approve an exclusive negotiation agreement with the Los Angeles Clippers for an NBA arena in the city.
The executive board of the International Olympic Committee on Friday announced its intent to award the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympic Games to Paris and Los Angeles, all but guaranteeing Los Angeles will host the Games in 11 years.
COMPENSATION: Disney’s Robert Iger at top despite dip.
The entertainment sector made a big production out of exec pay last year, with Disney’s Robert Iger and Activision’s Robert Kotick leading the CEO list.
World of Dance steps up its profile with an NBC program that unites a range of L.A. talent.
ENTERTAINMENT: Rise in streamed content plays part in increased opportunities.
Disabled actors see their Hollywood role expand as productions pursue authenticity.
Santa Monica’s Surf Air has acquired rival subscription-based airline Rise of Dallas, according to a statement posted to the local firm’s website.
Brentwood-based Breitbart News Network has witnessed a more than 90 percent drop in advertising sales revenue in the last three months, fueled by its alt-right agenda and support for President Donald Trump, according to DigiDay.
Dan Tana’s looks to serve up the restaurant’s air of exclusivity with branding and licensing deals.
BASKETBALL: New league teams with former pros to fill lineups, coaching ranks.
Rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube (O’Shea Jackson) and entertainment executive Jeff Kwatinetz will debut their three-on-three basketball league this month.
ECONOMY: Icons talk industries, culture.
Patrick Soon-Shiong, Peter Lowy, Tyra Banks, Eli Broad, and Michael Milken spoke at the Business Journal’s inaugural Icons event.
Cava Group Inc., a young Mediterranean food company, is in the midst of an aggressive expansion in Los Angeles after raising a $30 million C series round in March.
TV: Deals for ‘Jeopardy,’ ‘Wheel of Fortune’ to keep programs on through 2020.
Newly renewed “Jeopardy” and “Wheel of Fortune” still deliver big audiences for their producer.
Many Angelenos see Lincoln Boulevard in Venice as a road to the airport – one lined with a hodgepodge of small businesses ranging from auto repair shops to liquor stores.
Visitors spent record amount last year, but local officials wary of Trump’s impact on travel.
TOURISM: L.A. County welcomed record numbers in 2016, but officials are bracing for travel-ban fallout.