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Anschutz Entertainment Group has signed a joint venture with MGM Resorts International to develop a $350 million, 20,000-seat arena near the Las Vegas Strip, MGM announced Tuesday.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. will bring its feature film characters to the small screen in a deal to produce original content for streaming through Netfilix Inc., the companies announced on Monday.
Shamrock Capital Advisors reportedly is looking to sell Harlem Globetrotters, the iconic exhibition basketball team known for its on-court antics.
Shopping network suits up as magazine maker
Shopping network operator ThisNext now pages potential customers for magazine-making site Glossi.
Marketing firm helped Tiffany jewelry score role in ‘Great Gatsby.’
Createology helped polish the Tiffany brand by getting its bling cast in “Great Gatsby.
ADVERTISING: Engage elected to work for free to assist an Eric Garcetti PAC in order to score future contracts.
Engage: BDR campaigned for future political gigs by working for free on Eric Garcetti’s mayoral campaign.
TRANSPORTATION: First trip by Surf Air to fly from Burbank to San Carlos.
Surf Air Inc. in Santa Monica has finally gotten the all-clear from the government to begin flying.
Startup airline Surf Air seemed so promising but now appears likely to be a dud, Charles Crumpley writes.
Shares of RealD Inc. gained in afterhours trading Thursday after the 3D movie technology provider reported a smaller-than-expected net loss in its fiscal fourth quarter.
Attorneys representing Tutor Perini Corp. were in Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday, arguing that an unopened Las Vegas hotel that the Sylmar construction firm built for MGM Resorts International should remain standing.
L.A. Galaxy kicks off new online chapter with ‘social hub.’
Pro soccer’s L.A. Galaxy hopes to get the ball rolling on social media with its new mobile site.
DINING: CPK looks to ax longtime relationship as part of cost cutting.
California Pizza Kitchen looks to shake soda deal with Pepsi as part of the chain’s cost-cutting strategy.
TV: Kabillion looks to heat up summer with new video-on-demand fare.
Video-on-demand kids’ network Kabillion punches up its offerings with “Power Rangers” and other shows.
Rubicon Project’s Frank Addante aspires to snatch cyberspace crown from Internet leader Google.
Internet ad pioneer Frank Addante is confident he can expand his cyberspace territory.