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  • Fox wraps upfront deals, Gannett buying Belo.

    Fox wraps upfront deals, Gannett buying Belo.
    After the coffee. Before cleaning five days of mail off my desk. The Skinny: I've been listening to a lot of Jackson Browne lately. Might explain the somber mood. Anyway, back in Los Angeles after five days in D.C. I'll miss family but not the humidity....
  • Revlon fined $850,000 by SEC, accused of misleading investors

    Cosmetics giant Revlon Inc. is facing a $850,000 fine from the Securities and Exchange Commission, which alleges the company misled investors as it tried to tackle its debt. Without admitting or denying fault, the New York company agreed to settle...
  • Lois Frankel, representative, U.S. Congress

    Lois Frankel, representative, U.S. Congress
    Last week: A vote in Congress on military intervention in Syria got delayed because of a possible diplomatic resolution proposed by Russia. I have spent much of the week focused on the crisis in Syria. I had nearly 7,500 constituents on a listening...
  • Kelley Shanley, president, Broward Center for the Performing Arts

    Kelley Shanley, president, Broward Center for the Performing Arts
    Last week: Madison Square Garden Co. said it is paying $125 million to create a new joint venture with artist management giant Irving Azoff. The new partnership will manage artists, develop digital media, produce television, and own music-publishing...
  • Lululemon cracks jokes, plans men's stores amid controversy

    Lululemon cracks jokes, plans men's stores amid controversy
    The gale force of controversy that’s battered Lululemon Athletica Inc. in recent months would have left most executives curled up in a ball, bedridden and buried under a mound of crumpled tissues. Instead, the company’s leadership team,...
  • A24: the brains behind 'The Bling Ring' zing

    A24: the brains behind 'The Bling Ring' zing
    NEW YORK CITY — Sofia Coppola could have easily gone the studio route in choosing a distributor for her new movie, "The Bling Ring." Instead she chose the upstart company that set loose the viral image of James Franco as a resplendently thugged-...
  • Development center for tech start-ups launches in Los Angeles

    When tech entrepreneurs look back at their bumpy launches, a common lament is, “If only I had known.” To shorten the list of regrets for the next Snapchat or Facebook, the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce and Small Business...
  • Farmers Markets: In Lancaster, uncertified but top quality

    Farmers Markets: In Lancaster, uncertified but top quality
    At many Southern California certified farmers markets, the vendors may comply with agricultural regulations but still offer only mediocre produce and may never have actually set foot on a farm. Paradoxically, the Antelope Valley Winery farmers market in...
  • A crowd-pleasing musical about love certainly hasn't changed

    A crowd-pleasing musical about love certainly hasn't changed
    Just as people in longtime relationships need to find ways to rejuvenate the romance, so too do cute musicals about dating, love and marriage. Especially when they seem caught in the amber of the mid-1990s. (Video dating? Really?) Not to mention 1950s...
  • Details of billboard deal raise questions

    Details of billboard deal raise questions
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's no-bid deal for new expressway billboards guarantees the city far less than half the $700 million the private vendor expects to make and essentially requires Chicago to repay all the upfront cash the mayor touted as a key selling...
  • Netflix and DreamWorks Animation sign deal for original TV programs

    Netflix and DreamWorks Animation sign deal for original TV programs
    DreamWorks Animation has signed a multi-year deal to produce more than 300 hours of original programming for Netflix Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, DreamWorks Animation, creator of "Shrek," "Kung Fu Panda" and "Madagascar" franchises, will...