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Walt Disney Co. reported strong fourth quarter earnings on Thursday, with its once struggling interactive division showing the greatest improvement.
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. on Wednesday said that it signed a multiyear licensing deal with Jiaflix Enterprises to add films from the Lions Gate and Summit libraries to a steaming media service in China.
The "Call of Duty" publisher reported third quarter net income of $56 million (5 cents per share), down from $226 million (20 cents) during the same period last year.
Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. reported wider losses after markets closed Monday, though the publicly traded real estate trust beat Wall Street expectations.
William Dean Singleton, the 62-year-old founder and chairman of the company that owns the Daily News of Los Angeles and the Daily Breeze, announced Monday he will retire in the coming weeks, citing health concerns.
New team takes wheel at raceway
Racing: New management team looks to revive Irwindale auto track after it had been driven into the ground.
INTERVIEW" Neil Clark Warren didn’t let his age stop him from retaking the reins at dating site eHarmony.
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DC Comics will move its operations from New York City to the Warner Bros Studios lot in Burbank in 2015, according to media reports.
Revenue and earnings fell at DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. in the third quarter, as the high-profile movie “Turbo” failed to meet expectations.
SPORTS: Santa Anita seeks stable relationship with Breeders’ Cup.
Santa Anita hopes to be permanently saddled with hosting the Breeders’ Cup.
Evolve Media division gives Web videos 3-D effects without need for glasses.
SpringBoard looks to maintain viewers’ focus on online video with 3-D effects that don’t need glasses.
INTERNET: Software by Maker Studios tracks viewership in real time.
Maker Studios pitches its service as a platform for video stars to make more money off their creations.
The problem with Demand Media is that it treated content like a pawn, not a king, Charles Crumpley believes.
Mayor Eric Garcetti has signed an ordinance to waive fees for the filming of television pilots in Los Angeles, the mayor’s office announced Friday.
Charter flight firm Elite Aviation on Wednesday said that it has received $50 million that will go toward global expansion, fleet growth and acquisitions to complement its business.