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For the business professional looking for the perfect movie to watch this weekend, here’s our summary of some latest releases, focusing on the business aspects of each plot.
NBCUniversal Inc. is reportedly close to making a $250 million investment in digital publishing giant BuzzFeed.
Embattled entertainment company Relativity Media filed for bankruptcy protection today after billionaire Ryan Kavanaugh failed to find a financial savior for his struggling firm.
Crisis-hit film and TV company Relativity Media is laying off more than one-fifth of its staff.
The number of passengers traveling through Los Angeles International Airport continued to climb last month, according to figures released Tuesday by Los Angeles World Airports.
More than 250 movie projects have applied for state tax credits in the first round of film applications since the state boosted the amount of available credits, a move aimed at curbing runaway production.
Deluxe Entertainment Services Inc. announced Monday that John Wallace, president of operations and technical services at NBCUniversal, will take over as chief executive in early September.
Troubles continue to mount for billionaire Ryan Kavanaugh’s financially embattled Relativity Media.
AT&T’s long-awaited purchase of El Segundo satellite TV provider DirecTV closed Friday, the same day the Federal Communications Commission announced its approval of the mega merger.
Six major Hollywood movie studios stand accused of illegally restricting access to content in an antitrust case filed by European regulators.
Walt Disney Co. unveiled details of its newest theme park to open next year in China, which will include attractions based on “Star Wars,” “Frozen” and Marvel superheroes.
Location filming in the Los Angeles area fell by 2 percent in the second quarter, driven by a sharp drop in the production of commercials, according to a report released Tuesday by FilmL.A.
Comic-Con is over for another year, but the buzz is still buzzing, especially for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” which delivered the most anticipated presentation of the San Diego pop-culture fest.
Universal Pictures continued its record year as “Minions” brought in $115 million over the weekend making it the second-biggest animated opening ever.