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  • New center opens to help minority businesses secure contracts, tap into global markets

    New center opens to help minority businesses secure contracts, tap into global markets
    Minority-owned businesses can receive help expanding, securing contracts and accessing large supply chains through a new center that opened Friday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced. The Minority Business Development Agency at Johns Hopkins...
  • U.S. energy boom may signal a new export era

    In a Louisiana swamp several miles upriver from the Gulf of Mexico, about 3,000 construction workers are building a massive industrial facility to liquefy natural gas, preparing for a new era when the U.S. will begin exporting energy around the globe....
  • Sandro and the new French contemporary fashion wave in L.A.

    Sandro and the new French contemporary fashion wave in L.A.
    Like Vince, Joie and A.L.C.? Meet their French cousins Sandro, Maje and Iro. Los Angeles, birthplace of some of America’s most successful contemporary fashion labels, is seeing a new wave of brands from Paris opening stores with their own French...
  • CinemaCon 2014: Cinemas see satellite tech as ticket to bigger revenue

    CinemaCon 2014: Cinemas see satellite tech as ticket to bigger revenue
    Tim Warner, chief executive of Cinemark Holdings Inc., admits he'd never heard of the popular science fiction series "Doctor Who." So the Montana native was skeptical when executives at BBC Wordwide approached him about the idea of screening a simulcast...
  • Flipboard acquires Zite, partners with CNN

    Flipboard acquires Zite, partners with CNN
    If you like reading on your smartphones and tablets, here's some news that might make you flip. Digital magazine Flipboard announced Wednesday that it is acquiring news reader application Zite from CNN and also partnering with the cable news network....
  • Charlie Ebersol, Israel's Dori Media Set Production Venture

    Producer Charlie Ebersol has teamed with Israel's Dori Media on a joint production and financing venture that aims to distribute unscripted and scripted programming in the U.S. and international markets. The partnership between Ebersol's banner, the...
  • Netflix 2014 European Expansion: A Look Ahead

    As Napoleon found out at the turn of the 19th century, conquering all of Europe is easier said than done. But history may not dissuade Netflix from trying. The streaming service will expand its footprint on the continent this year, as CEO Reed Hastings...
  • Alex Fragen Joins UTA as Distribution Strategist

    Veteran distribution exec Alex Fragen has joined UTA in the new role of global distribution strategist. In the new role, Fragen will help UTA clients navigate the growing number of windows across an expanding distribution universe. UTA created the...
  • Robert Simonds, Gigi Pritzker Pact with TPG, China's Hony Capital on Production Venture

    Producers Robert Simonds and Gigi Pritzker have partnered with private equity giant TPG and China's Hony Capital on an ambitious production venture that aims to generate as many as 10 movies a year. The partners said they would focused on producing eight...
  • ESPN Places Greater Spotlight on Non-Sports Content With New 'Exit 31′ Unit

    ESPN continues to rely most heavily on live sports and the programming that surrounds it, but the Walt Disney-owned sports-media juggernaut is quietly working to broaden its horizons. ESPN said Monday it would group three smaller projects - the Nate...
  • Boycott of Israel boycotters doesn't threaten academic freedom [Letter]

    The principle of academic freedom cited in The Sun's March 10 editorial "A chilling effect" protects academics from having their research, publishing and teaching judged according to extraneous moral, religious or political criteria, and from being...