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Live Nation Entertainment Inc. continues to expand in Asia, signing a joint venture agreement with B'In Music International to form Live Nation Taiwan.
Kaufman + Bernstein Inc. in Century City announced Friday that it has merged with West L.A.'s RBZ, one of the largest accounting and business management firms based in Los Angeles County.
Fast-casual pizza chain PizzaRev has signed franchise agreements for more than 20 new outlets in five states.
Marketing and advertising veteran Mike Jackson was named president of Santa Monica marketing agency Phelps on Tuesday.
Business has learned some pricey lessons on the value of communication, writes David Silver
PR: Murphy O’Brien now plans digital arm to help clients connect online.
PR: Murphy O’Brien launches digital arm to get the word out for clients online.
Department of Water and Power head Ron Nichols on Thursday announced his resignation amid growing financial and administrative controversies at the agency.
LegalZoom plans to sell $200 million worth of its privately held shares to an affiliate of a British private equity fund, rather than go public as previously planned, the company said Monday.
Clearlake Capital Group on Monday said that it has acquired outsourced IT retail consultant Tolt Service Group and was merging it with a portfolio company acquired last year.
Hospitality ExecuStay acquisition opened door for Oakwood Worldwide.
Hospitality – Extended-stay pioneer Oakwood Worldwide sees its move into franchising as permanent.
Agencies home in on Playa Vista
Advertising agencies have shored up Playa Vista as their L.A. industry hub.
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer filed suit Thursday against a computer software developer, accusing it of supplying Internet cafes in Los Angeles with illegal gambling programs.
DineEquity Inc. on Monday said that it has opened its first IHOP restaurant in Saudi Arabia.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday appointed local class action attorney Shelley Kaufman as a judge on the Los Angeles County Superior Court to fill a vacancy created by a retiring judge.
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Elaine Lazar still lives the same way she did as a girl. In her words: “I tried everything that seemed reasonable and didn’t ask anyone’s permission. I still feel that way today.”