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Brea discount mailer company PennySaver USA, a portfolio company of Century City private equity firm OpenGate Capital, announced Monday that it would cease distribution to several areas, mainly in Northern California’s East Bay and South Bay regions.
The financial bonanza to Walt Disney Co. from its blockbuster animated hit “Frozen” appears not to be melting anytime soon.
Gina Marie Lindsey, who’s led Los Angeles World Airports for nearly eight years as executive director, said she will retire this spring "to move on to other adventures."
Los Angeles County is disputing allegations by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation that it is failing to enforce Measure B, which requires mandatory condom usage on adult film shoots, by not collecting permit fees from production companies.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation sent a letter this week to Los Angeles County officials asking that the county begin enforcing mandatory condom usage for adult film shoots – or face legal action.
Daily Journal Corp. saw its operating income slide into the red in its last quarter, but eeked out a profit thanks to its investment portfolio.
Santa Monica’s Lions Gate Entertainment is in advanced talks with China’s second-largest broadcaster, Hunan TV & Broadcast Intermediary Co., about a deal that would see the companies invest a combined $1.5 billion in film production and distribution over a three-year period.
Last year was the busiest ever for Los Angeles International Airport, breaking the record it set all the way back in 2000, airport officials said Tuesday.
Voice Media Group, which publishes LA Weekly, OC Weekly and other alt-weekly properties, hired Santa Fe, N.M., investment bank Dirks Van Essen & Murray to “explore new strategies,” including the sale or acquisition of its publications, the company announced Tuesday afternoon.
Two trade groups representing large hotels in Los Angeles announced they have filed for a preliminary injunction to block the city from implementing its hotel wage hike until their lawsuit against the city is resolved.
Los Angeles is moving to crack down on talent scams against aspiring entertainers being charged outrageous amounts for Hollywood representation.
Two top executives are leaving and 500 employees are being laid off at DreamWorks Animation SKG after yet another poor box office showing, the studio disclosed in a regulatory filing on Thursday.
Online publisher Woven Digital of Culver City has acquired basketball news publication Dime Magazine to help expand the sports division of its biggest web property Uproxx.
The historic Proud Bird restaurant at the Los Angeles International Airport, which had been rumored to be closing after failing to agree to a long-term lease with airport operator Los Angeles World Airports, isn’t taking off after all.
On-location filming in the Los Angeles area increased 9.6 percent last year with television dramas showing the biggest leap, according to a report released Tuesday by FilmL.A.