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Santa Monica startup airline Surf Air has announced big expansion plans, including the addition of as 15 new planes to its fleet and as many as 13 new destinations.
Formosa Group, a West Hollywood post-production company specializing in sound work, announced Wednesday it will expand to the Santa Monica facility previously occupied by Pacific Ocean Post.
21st Century Fox on Tuesday formally withdrew its offer to acquire Time Warner Inc., parent of Warner Bros. Entertainment in Burbank.
The World Cup soccer games gave a kick to Walt Disney Co. earnings in the second quarter as results outperformed analyst estimates.
Princess Cruises will add a third ship to its Royal Princess fleet, a 3,560-passenger vessel that will cost about $800 million, the Santa Clarita company announced on Wednesday.
Weak box office results for “How to Train Your Dragon 2” put a drag on DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. second quarter earnings, which failed to match analysts’ expectations.
Walt Disney Co. has appointed 16-year company veteran Paul Candland to the entertainment company’s new position of president for its Asia division.
American Airlines Group has selected Juan Carlos “J.C.” Liscano as the airline’s next head of operations at LAX.
Santa Monica studio Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. has made a deal to bring its TV shows and movies to a new streaming service in China.
Air Lease Corp. in Century City will purchase 26 Boeing Co. aircraft valued at $3.9 billion, both companies announced Tuesday.
After four riders were injured last week, Six Flags Magic Mountain’s Ninja roller coaster is still being examined without an expected reopening date.
In an effort to remain listed on the Nasdaq, downtown Los Angeles legal newspaper publisher Daily Journal Corp. has fired accounting firm Ernst & Young and hired BDO USA as its new auditor.
Pacific Ocean Post, a Santa Monica audio post production company, on Monday confirmed a report that the company is closing effective immediately.
A California Senate committee approved on Wednesday proposed legislation to renew the film and television tax credit program to keep production in the state.
Harris Shepard Public Relations of Century City is scheduled to close after completing its final day of business on Thursday.