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American Airlines Group has selected Juan Carlos “J.C.” Liscano as the airline’s next head of operations at LAX.
Santa Monica studio Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. has made a deal to bring its TV shows and movies to a new streaming service in China.
Air Lease Corp. in Century City will purchase 26 Boeing Co. aircraft valued at $3.9 billion, both companies announced Tuesday.
After four riders were injured last week, Six Flags Magic Mountain’s Ninja roller coaster is still being examined without an expected reopening date.
In an effort to remain listed on the Nasdaq, downtown Los Angeles legal newspaper publisher Daily Journal Corp. has fired accounting firm Ernst & Young and hired BDO USA as its new auditor.
Pacific Ocean Post, a Santa Monica audio post production company, on Monday confirmed a report that the company is closing effective immediately.
A California Senate committee approved on Wednesday proposed legislation to renew the film and television tax credit program to keep production in the state.
Harris Shepard Public Relations of Century City is scheduled to close after completing its final day of business on Thursday.
The Los Angeles Business Journal was honored with seven awards, including the top prize for general excellence, at the annual Association of Area Business Publications conference.
Spanish-language radio and TV station owner Entravision Communications Corp. of Santa Monica has acquired digital advertising firm Pulpo Media.
Web publishing firm Port Media Solutions has launched a news website to cover the Westside of Los Angeles, the firm announced on Thursday.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. has got itself a wonderful, wonderful cat.
Century City kids entertainment firm Saban Brands is teaming up with Malibu toymaker Jakks Pacific to bring to life emojis – those smiley face symbols on your cell phone texts – with a forthcoming web series and toy line, the companies announced Tuesday.
Shares of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. fell sharply in Monday trading after a disappointing opening weekend for the Glendale animation studio’s “How to Train Your Dragon 2.”
Los Angeles is one of four U.S. cities approved to bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics, the U.S. Olympic Committee announced Friday.