The management team of the Mountain High has purchased the winter resort from Ski Resort Holdings, an affiliate of Studio-City-based Oz Real Estate, according to a company announcement on Friday.
Time Inc. said Wednesday it would relocate the headquarters of Entertainment Weekly to Los Angeles in March 2018.
Chernin Group announced the acquisition of three sports fantasy and betting companies that have been merged to form what it is calling the Action Network.
Los Angeles Times newsroom employees have received a letter notifying them that Times journalists are seeking to form a union after months of organizing.
Billionaire philanthropist David Geffen has pledged $150 million to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art campaign to build a new building for its permanent collection.
Passenger traffic at Los Angeles International Airport and Long Beach Airport soared last month, with LAX up 4.4 percent and Long Beach up 16 percent, compared to August of last year, according to figures released this week by the airports.
BMG Production Music has acquired Santa Monica independent production house Immediate Music, the companies announced Tuesday.
The Colburn School has received a $1 million bequest from the estate of Iona Benson, a longtime volunteer, donor and former board member of the performing arts institution, located in downtown Los Angeles.
A 2014 bill to triple the size of California’s film and television production is showing signs of long-term success, according to a report from the California Film Commission released Monday.
Delta Air Lines announced Monday it will launch nonstop service from Los Angeles International Airport to Amsterdam and Paris beginning in June, connecting Angelenos to Delta’s two largest partner hubs in Europe.
Long Beach facility adds fees to help offset loss of revenue from decline in parked cars.
Rideshare fees will take off at Long Beach Airport to help offset dip in parking revenue.
The National Basketball Association’s newest alternate uniform designs – unveiled this month in the lead-up to the 2017-18 season – originated in Los Angeles.
Two L.A. production companies are joining forces to provide funding for filmmakers who are running out of cash to complete their entries for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
Amblin Partners Chief Executive Michael Wright is stepping down and company Chairman Steven Spielberg will assume the role, Amblin announced Tuesday.
Former Nickelodeon President Herb Scannell is taking over as Mitú’s chief executive.