The SpringHill Company sold a minority stake to investors that brings its valuation to $725 million.
The investment brings Universal Hydrogen’s total funding to $85 million.
In a media landscape where representation is becoming more important than ever, World of Wonder Productions Inc. kicked open the door for LGBTQ companies 30 years ago with a plan to create a platform for artists and creatives who were not being recognized in the mainstream media.
The rebound in air travel at local airports hit some turbulence in August with passenger counts down 7% from July thanks in part to the rapid spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus.
ByteDance Ltd. will have to pay $92 million in a class action settlement for violating user privacy on TikTok.
Loop Media Inc. is expanding its partnership with Orlando, Florida-based Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.
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AT&T Inc. has made numerous adjustments to its business both leading up to and during the pandemic while remaining a major employer in Los Angeles, taking the No. 15 spot on the Business Journal’s 2021 list of largest private-sector employers in L.A. County.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners voted Oct. 7 to recommend approval of the $6 billion Airfield Terminal Modernization Project.
Community.com Inc. is teaming with New York-based media conglomerate Warner Music Group Corp. for its first formal partnership to connect music artists and their fans.
Creative Artists Agency has acquired rival ICM Partners in a sale marking a seismic shift in Hollywood’s representation landscape.
Endeavor Group Holdings Inc. is expanding its increasingly lucrative sports interests in gambling with the acquisition of London-based OpenBet.
Universal Music Group is partnering with Portland, Maine-based MedRhythms Inc. on a new medical treatment program involving music.
ViacomCBS Inc. division Pluto TV will pay $3.5 million in fines after the FCC found that the streaming service violated its accessibility rules.
The $1.2 billion dome not only has the potential to significantly affect the look and future of Inglewood but features a dizzying array of technological innovations.
Santa Monica-based Universal Music Group is rocking the Amsterdam stock market.