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DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. on Tuesday reported it generated a profit in its most recent quarter, although Wall Street had expected a loss.
SPORTS: Special Olympics to be biggest event in 31 years.
The Special Olympics is coming to Los Angeles in 2015. And believe it or not, it will be the biggest sporting event here since 1984.
Developer Andrew Meieran is plenty busy. He owns downtown L.A. nightclub the Edison and has undertaken the multiyear, multimillion-dollar redo of the nearby Clifton’s Cafeteria.
TOURISM: Hotels and shops offer cultural comforts to serve wave of Chinese visitors.
L.A.-area businesses look to add services that speak to a rising tide of Chinese visitors.
CINEMA: MediaMation signs deal for chairs with Cinemex theater chain.
MediaMation has sold its “4-D” technology to theme parks and other attractions for more than two decades.
Tim Leiweke, the former AEG chief executive who oversaw the Staples Center, the Kings and Galaxy, on Friday was named president and chief executive of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment.
The Los Angeles Sports Council has named L.A. business leader Alan Rothenberg interim chairman to replace former KPMG partner Scott London.
INTERNET: WhisperText and Snapchat step into social gaps.
WhisperText’s and Snapchat’s privacy-oriented apps look to connect with teens drifting away from Facebook.
AEG Digital signs deal with the goal of becoming a big fish in streaming technology.
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.