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Los Angeles International Airport started 2015 with a modest increase in passenger traffic, with the number of people passing through the airport in January rising less than 1 percent over the same month the year before.
A Dutch national was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury on aggravated identity theft and federal hacking charges related to the 2010 theft of three Hollywood movies, the Department of Justice said.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. plans to sell and lease back its Glendale campus as the struggling studio continues to deal with the fallout from a string of box office bombs.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has turned to veteran Hollywood executive Tom Rothman to chair its motion picture group following the departure of Amy Pascal.
Bob Chapek, a veteran Walt Disney Co. executive with broad experience, was named Monday as chief of the company’s sprawling parks and resorts division.
The Los Angeles Clippers and American Airlines are planning to announce a major, multi-year agreement on Friday, marking one of the largest corporate partnerships in the team’s history.
Beijing airline Air China Ltd. will increase its nonstop service between Beijing and Los Angeles by adding a third daily nonstop flight each way, airline representatives announced Thursday.
Beijing-based airline Air China Ltd. on Thursday will announced changes to its nonstop service between Beijing and Los Angeles – likely the addition of more flights – at a press conference that will be attended by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
A flood of new TV shows could be filmed in Los Angeles this summer under new incentives being rushed through by the California Film Commission.
The battle for control of the Greek Theatre took a new twist today when the Los Angeles City Council rejected a recommendation for entertainment giant Live Nation to assume control of the iconic venue.
The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority Commission is aggressively trying to jump start plans this month to build a new terminal at Burbank Bob Hope Airport.
Two L.A. men who led a scheme to defraud hundreds of investors in a company called Gigapix Studios were sentenced on Monday, receiving up to eight years in federal prison.
Santa Monica video game publisher Activision Blizzard Inc. said in a regulatory filing today that Vivendi, its former French owner, may now sell its remaining $856 million stake in the company.
Studio veteran Thomas Staggs was named Thursday as chief operating officer at Walt Disney Co. – a promotion that puts him in line to succeed Robert Iger as the next leader of the Burbank media and entertainment giant.
Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal is stepping down in the wake of the hack attack on the studio that became a global incident. She will remain on the studio’s Culver City lot to start her own production company, which is to be financed by Sony.