LA BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group of Burbank has sold off its AdServices unit, which develops television content management software, to London’s Adstream.
Apartment listing service RadPad Inc. has added short-term apartment rentals to its platform.
After a long night of deliberation among members of the Pasadena City Council, Pasadena early Tuesday became the fifth city in Los Angeles County to raise its minimum wage.
The Long Beach Business Journal reported Monday that businesses there are critical of the Long Beach City Council’s decision to raise the minimum wage to $13 an hour by 2019 with an eventual pathway to $15 an hour by 2021.
If you want to be among the first to experience the Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood, you may want to familiarize yourself with its new pricing structure.
AMC Networks and Lionsgate were among existing investors that put a combined total of $10 million into Next Games, a Finnish game maker, according to The Los Angeles Times on Tuesday.
Despite the terminal renovations and flight expansions, Bloomberg reported Tuesday that it would be unlikely that LAX will ever be a true airline “fortress hub” like Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, or Newark, N.J., in which a single airline can command as much as 75 percent of the traffic.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 296 points in Tuesday trading to close at 16,154. The S&P fell 36 points to close at 1,903. The Nasdaq fell 103 points to 4,517. The LABJ Stock Index fell 3 points to 213.
Jeff Beacher, the creator of the Beacher’s Madhouse theater venues at the MGM Grand Hotel and Resort in Las Vegas and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, is setting his sights on the Playboy Mansion for his newest and most exclusive showplace.
Movie ticket app Atom Tickets of Santa Monica has raised a $50 million Series B round from investors, including Lionsgate, Walt Disney Co. and Twentieth Century Fox.
Roundup of L.A. tech events in the next two weeks.
Online movie ticket seller Fandango announced that it acquired Culver City video-streaming service MediaNaviCo, known as M-Go, late on Friday.
Beverly Hills film and television studio Relativity Media, which declared bankruptcy last year, faced a court hearing in New York Monday as it worked to regain its financial footing. Variety reported that Relativity Media on Monday revealed that the company raised just $20 million of the $100 million that it had said it needed to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The Aviation International News reported Monday that the city of Santa Monica has appealed the Federal Aviation Administration’s December determination that requires the city to keep the historic airport open at least through 2023.
Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee, is in Los Angeles to visit proposed venues for the 2024 Olympic Games, KCBS (Channel 2) reported Monday morning.
The owners and operators of a medical equipment supply company in Long Beach were sentenced Friday for their roles in a $1.5 million Medicare fraud scheme, the Justice Department announced Saturday on its web site.
JetBlue on Monday announced it is launching non-stop flights between Buffalo, N.Y. and Los Angeles. The new service begins June 16 and will operate year-round.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 17 points in Monday trading to close at 16,449. The S&P fell 1 point to close at 1,939. The Nasdaq rose 7 points to close at 4,287. The LABJ Stock Index fell 1 point to close at 216.
CLOTHING: Founder to start rival to American Apparel?
Dov Charney and his backers look to stitch together a future in fashion for the founder of American Apparel.
The Chargers will not be joining the Rams in Los Angeles after all – at least not yet. Dean Spanos, owner and chairman of the San Diego NFL team, announced Friday that the Chargers will play in San Diego next season.