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Bob Iger’s salary was $40.2 million last year. But he made nearly as much in a day with a recent stock sale.
Ticketmaster will settle claims for up to $23 million, after customers claimed they were charged $9 a month for a rewards program when they bought concert tickets but did not get any benefit, according to a news report.
HOSPITALITY: Developers check into projects amid recovery.
Hoteliers have shed their recessionary reservations to move forward on a host of projects.
INTERNET: Earnings rise as Demand prepares to divide business units.
Investors boost Demand Media shares as the firm prepares to split its domain name unit from its publishing business.
TELEVISION: ‘MoneyTV’ takes fee to let executives talk up companies’ stocks.
“MoneyTV” wants to help tune up small cap company stocks by getting investors tuned in.
Shares of DirecTV rose Tuesday after the company reported net income that beat Wall Street expectations.
A New Jersey judge has ordered Santa Monica firm Colony Capital LLC to proceed with the sale of an Atlantic City hotel and casino to the operator of an online poker site.
Walt Disney Co. announced Monday it has reached a deal for future “Star Wars” video games to be developed by Electronic Arts, a Redwood City game publisher with significant operations in Playa Vista.
Spanish-language TV and radio station owner Entravision Communications Corp. reportedly plans to refinance its debt by seeking $405 million in loans.
INTERNET: Nativo styles ‘native content’ to match websites.
Ad firm Nativo looks to go “native” online with promotional content that blends in with a website’s style and tone.
Shares of United Online Inc. fell 8 percent in late trading Tuesday after its longtime chief executive said he would leave the Internet services company after its FTD floral delivery business is spun off later this year.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday voted to approve a controversial plan to move the north runway at LAX.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. on Tuesday reported it generated a profit in its most recent quarter, although Wall Street had expected a loss.
SPORTS: Special Olympics to be biggest event in 31 years.
The Special Olympics is coming to Los Angeles in 2015. And believe it or not, it will be the biggest sporting event here since 1984.