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  • Chris Dodd emerges as front-runner for Hollywood's top lobbying job

     
    Hollywood's seemingly endless search for an industry lobbyist appears to be zeroing in on former Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.). Dodd, a former U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful who recently retired from the Senate, has long been a candidate to head the.......
  • DA and FPPC launch investigations into Coliseum official's employment with rave company

     
    Local and state authorities will investigate whether laws were broken when a top official for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission helped plan and oversee security and emergency services for a huge rave while also working as a paid consultant........
  • Writers support library-funding Measure L as police union opposes

     
    Authors and politicians support library-funding Measure L; cops don't....
  • A day later, mystery still surrounds Howard Atkins' exit at Wells Fargo

     
    As expected, investors in Wells Fargo & Co. were not happy about the unexpected -- that is, the largely unexplained departure of Howard Atkins as chief financial officer. Wells Fargo shares fell 97 cents, or nearly 3%, to $33.13 on......
  • IBM's Watson on Jeopardy: Round 1 ends in a tie

     
    BM's Watson landed a tie in the first round of Jeopardy's man versus machine challenge Monday night. Watson, IBM's supercomputer, and Brad Rutter, each ended day-one with $5,000 in winning, while Ken Jennings, the other human competitor, came out with $2,...
  • NPR needs a backbone

    NPR needs a backbone
    Oh, NPR, won't you please state your game? Are you liberal? Are you neutral? Are your employees secret socialists? Do their screensavers feature slideshows of Noam Chomsky? Do your office Christmas parties serve only free-range eggnog? Do your parking...
  • New MGM taps Ken Schapiro as chief operating officer

     
    The new chief executives of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have found their No. 2. Ken Schapiro, a veteran Hollywood executive who most recently served as a partner in media investment fund Qualia Capital, has been appointed chief operating officer of MGM....
  • Oscar gold: Academy aims for younger audiences

     
    Advertisers have spent nearly $720 million during the last decade to advertise their products in the Academy Awards telecast, according to an analysis released Monday by Kantar Media. That comes out to an average of $72 million a year, although......
  • Nokia to use Microsoft's Windows Phone in taking on Android, BlackBerry, iPhone

     
    Nokia is set to pair its hardware with Microsoft's Windows Phone software in an effort to fend off the increasing success and competition from Apple's iPhone, Google's Android operating system and Research In Motion's BlackBerry handsets. The Finnish...
  • Robert Gibbs' final briefing: And the White House spokesman gets spoken to by a surprise guest

     
    Barack Obama shows up to bid his press secretary farewell and say a few words....
  • Apple sent COO Tim Cook to China after Foxconn suicides last year

     
    Apple sent Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook to China last June to review the facilities at Foxconn, one of the company's main manufacturing partners, after nearly a dozen of employee suicides there. "Like many of our customers and others around the world,...