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  • Kanye West won't star in Spike Lee movie, gets honorary Ph.D. instead

    Kanye West won't star in Spike Lee movie, gets honorary Ph.D. instead
    Spike Lee's new musical "Chiraq" is based on Aristophanes' Greek comedy "Lysistrata," but it will feature one fewer self-proclaimed deity than previously anticipated. Contrary to early reports, Kanye West's reps confirmed to Pitchfork that he would...
  • Boss of Amazon Studios' TV-movie venture 'a little unconventional'

    SANTA MONICA, Calif. Amazon's reputation is button-down, from the shirts the top executives wear to the discipline with which they parrot corporate-speak about the company's products. Which is why Roy Price, who runs Amazon Studios, is a study in...
  • Amazon opening new distribution center in New Jersey

    Amazon.com says it's planning a second fulfilment center in New Jersey. The online retail giant announced Monday that it would be taking over a former Wakefern building adjacent to the New Jersey Turnpike in Carteret, bringing hundreds of jobs. The...
  • 'Mad Men' digital retrospective on Google Play includes free episode

    'Mad Men' digital retrospective on Google Play includes free episode
    "Mad Men," as it nears the finish line after eight years on TV, is getting a virtual retrospective on Google Play that will allow fans to relive the show's run -- a promo that includes free streaming access to the series' very first episode. Under a...
  • Amazon's new batch of pilots all kids' shows

    Amazon's new batch of pilots all kids' shows
    Amazon Studios announced its latest batch of greenlighted pilots on Monday, and instead of the usual mix of comedy, drama and children's programming, the online service is focusing exclusively on the kids this time. The studio is greenlighting four...
  • Mirror, mirror on the wall: Smart mirrors boost sales

    Imagine a fitting room with a "smart" mirror that suggests jeans to go with the red shirt you brought in. It snaps a video so you can compare the image side-by-side with other colorful shirts you try on. It might even show you how the shirt will fit...
  • South Korean tech industry finds warm reception in L.A.

     South Korean tech industry finds warm reception in L.A.
    When a South Korean technology entrepreneur wanted to recruit computer programmers working in Seoul, he didn't load up on perks like a masseuse, sleeping pods or beer kegs. The most tantalizing benefit his start-up AKAStudy offered Koreans: a job in Los...
  • TV networks 'on the defensive' as online video outlets take market share

    TV networks 'on the defensive' as online video outlets take market share
    The usual array of big-name stars and new shows will be trotted out next week when broadcast and cable networks roll out their fall programming plans at the annual "upfront" presentations for advertisers. But there will also be a lot of tough talk about...
  • Jobs for 2015 grads: Get 'em while they're hot

    DEAR JOYCE: My son graduates from college this year. Although he's had a smidge of work experience when you include two short internships, he hasn't thought much about finding a job after graduation. Tips for my son? -- T.T. Calling all 2015 grads:...
  • Slow and steady wins the day

    I t's been a couple of rather busy weeks and things have been a bit frantic. One of the busy things that I have done is to send off for a book that I have owned several times in my lifetime. I kept loaning it out and, in each case, it never came home....
  • Inland Empire sees surge in warehouse jobs, but many are low-pay, temporary

    Inland Empire sees surge in warehouse jobs, but many are low-pay, temporary
    Pilar Guzman has worked for five years in a warehouse that processes luggage arriving from China and bound for the likes of Wal-Mart, Macy's and Kohl's. She's made minimum wage for the entire stint and arrives each day not knowing whether she'll get...