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.
Los Angeles Athletic Club renovates to draw hipper, younger members.
Downtown L.A.’s members-only clubs launch youth movement to revive aging appeal.
FOOTWEAR: Sole Society’s expansion plan boosted by money from Nordstrom.
Shoe and accessories retailer Sole Society looks to step up sales with its first brick-and-mortar shop.
APPAREL: Co-owner says domestic manufacturing boosts YogaSmoga brand.
Athletic apparel brand YogaSmoga is based in New York, but some of its manufacturing – and now all of its growth – is happening in Southern California.
When Elizabeth Taylor married Larry Fortensky at Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch in 1991, Trip Haenisch was one of the members of her wedding party.
SPORTS: Competition will be largest L.A. event since Olympic Games in 1984.
Special Olympics World Games board discusses the challenges of L.A.’s biggest sporting event since the ’84 Olympics.
Tanya Heath Paris products step in to allow customers to switch heel sizes, colors.
Shoe brand Tanya Heath Paris helps women step away from foot pain with switchable heels.
Sam Nazarian’s SBE Entertainment Group has designs on becoming a brand management and licensing firm – but now it’s selling off two of its brands.
Yoobi hopes hands-on store has right touch to sell school supplies.
Yoobi hopes its hands-on shop puts its school supplies in touch with kids and their parents.
ADVERTISING: New unit at 72andSunny aims to raise consciousness, clients’ sales.
72andSunny’s new practice conducts socially conscious campaigns for the good of clients’ brands.