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Beverly Hills studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Santa Monica production company Danjaq on Friday said they have completed the acquisition of all rights to the character of James Bond held by the estate and family of the late Kevin McClory.
Mark Lacter, a veteran business journalist who was a former editor of the Los Angeles Business Journal, died after suffering a stroke on Wednesday. He was 59.
The owners of Glendale post-production businesses Sunset Post Inc., Sunset Digital Studios Inc., and Sunset Teleproduction Center pleaded guilty on Tuesday to embezzling from their employees' retirement plan and failing to pay taxes.
Shares of Motorcar Parts of America Inc. jumped more than 25 percent on Tuesday after the maker and distributor of aftermarket automobile parts reported a fiscal second-quarter profit. Aecom Technology Corp. shares fell more than 7 percent after the construction management company gave an outlook for next year that missed Wall Street projections.
ADVERTISING: Tongal takes on traditional agency model.
Some industry veterans question the mass appeal of Tongal’s crowdsourced approach to video ads.
Dodgers seek big score from Wi-Fi
Sports: Dodgers to add Wi-Fi and other stadium upgrades as the team looks to run up its sponsorship and revenue opportunities.
ADVERTISING: Newly named TrueX makes play for YouTube content.
Newly rechristened TrueX wades into streaming video with its interactive ads.
INTERNET: Viddy’s now Supernova as it works to regain firm’s early heat.
Internet: Maker of video app Viddy looks to change its focus and image with new name and products.
Walt Disney Co. reported strong fourth quarter earnings on Thursday, with its once struggling interactive division showing the greatest improvement.
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. on Wednesday said that it signed a multiyear licensing deal with Jiaflix Enterprises to add films from the Lions Gate and Summit libraries to a steaming media service in China.
The "Call of Duty" publisher reported third quarter net income of $56 million (5 cents per share), down from $226 million (20 cents) during the same period last year.
Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. reported wider losses after markets closed Monday, though the publicly traded real estate trust beat Wall Street expectations.
William Dean Singleton, the 62-year-old founder and chairman of the company that owns the Daily News of Los Angeles and the Daily Breeze, announced Monday he will retire in the coming weeks, citing health concerns.
New team takes wheel at raceway
Racing: New management team looks to revive Irwindale auto track after it had been driven into the ground.