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Non-profit lines up vintage autos to benefit Greystone Mansion.
Organizers of Greystone Mansion fundraiser hope to drive interest with classic car exhibition.
Study says local women make 90 percent of what men make in same job.
L.A. women narrow the gender pay gap due to area’s wealth of entertainment and engineering jobs.
For those who don’t know commercial real estate, the license plate on Paul Sablock’s GMC Suburban doesn’t mean much. It reads 32FTCLR.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Production sector soars in first quarter with boost from automobile and fashion advertising.
L.A. shoots rose in a flash during the first quarter with an assist from auto and fashion advertising.
HOSPITALITY: Hilton and Marriott projects to add 319 total rooms to city.
Springtime in Redondo Beach has brought new life to the hotel industry in the beachside city.
It’s a mighty tall order to accept the height of Millennium Hollywood’s proposed towers, Charles Crumpley writes.
Real Estate Quarterly
Three Hollywood studios expand their roles in the real estate market with large local projects.
A local stock analyst on Tuesday upgraded shares of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. from “sell” to “buy,” saying that the filmmaker’s prospects over the next year are brighter than expected.
Fresh produce service feeds restaurants’ buy-local urges
Dan Chak looks to plant himself as a go-between for produce producers and the increasing number of restaurants looking to buy local.
TV: DirecTV looks to add DogTV to lineup in order to collar canine viewers.
Satellite provider DirecTV looks to collar a real niche audience with its pooch-aimed DogTV channel.
Internet: Shift’s cloud service allows businesses to network and access apps.
Shift, a Santa Monica firm that makes apps for marketers, is continuing to tweak its formula.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. said Thursday it has bought the Troll Doll brand from Denmark’s Dam family and plans to expand the franchise.
Walt Disney Co. has begun a new round of layoffs as part of the Burbank entertainment giant’s latest attempt to cut costs.
Downtown Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art said Wednesday that its board has elected new trustees, including two well-known Los Angeles businessmen, Stanley P. Gold and Bruce Karatz.
Old school hip-hop station KDAY (93.5) of Redondo Beach and Inland Empire sister station KDEY (93.5) have been sold to investors who might switch KDAY to a Chinese-language format.