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  • Breaking: AEG sale halted; Anschutz to retain control

    Breaking: AEG sale halted; Anschutz to retain control
    Billionaire Philip Anschutz said Thursday he has decided not to sell AEG, the entertainment giant that controls the Staples Center, LA Live and the Los Angeles Kings. Anschutz said he plans to resume a more active role in the company. He announced in...
  • AEG's Anschutz wasn't 'desperate seller,' sports analyst says

    AEG's Anschutz wasn't 'desperate seller,' sports analyst says
    Philip Anschutz wasn’t a “desperate seller” and bidders for his AEG sports and entertainment giant didn’t meet his price, a leading sports-business consultant said. Marc Ganis, president of SportsCorp. in Chicago, said he wasn&...
  • Read AEG, Anschutz statement on ending company's sale

    Read AEG, Anschutz statement on ending company's sale
    Philip Anschutz, the billionaire chairman of AEG, announced Thursday that the sale of the behemoth entertainment company would be halted. Anschutz Entertainment Group Inc. owns L.A. Live, Staples Center and the Los Angeles Kings, among other holdings....
  • Philip Anschutz says he decided to 'reengage' in AEG management

    Philip Anschutz says he decided to 'reengage' in AEG management
    AEG founder Philip Anschutz said in an exclusive interview with the Los Angeles Times that he pulled his sports and entertainment conglomerate off the market after having a change of heart and deciding to become actively "reengaged" in managing the...
  • Tim Leiweke: L.A. muscle man

    Tim Leiweke: L.A. muscle man
    How significant was Tim Leiweke to the deal between Anschutz Entertainment Group and Los Angeles for a football stadium? This is how significant: There is an escape clause in the agreement that makes the deal's closing contingent on either Leiweke's still...
  • Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice cancels Aug. 17 concert in Boca Raton

    Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice cancels Aug. 17 concert in Boca Raton
    Nickelodeon TV star and former South Florida resident Victoria Justice has canceled her Aug. 17 concert at Mizner Park Amphitheatre in Boca Raton, but that may not be the end of the story. A Friday announcement by tour promoter AEG Live cited “...
  • SMG in line to keep running Soldier Field

    SMG in line to keep running Soldier Field
    The company that manages Soldier Field, including maintaining the condition of the turf at the Bears’ lakefront home, is in line for a new 10-year deal, the Chicago Park District announced Friday evening. A Park District panel set up to evaluate...
  • Soldier Field management gets another contract

    Soldier Field management gets another contract
    The Chicago Park District Board this evening approved a new 10-year contract for the company that manages Soldier Field.   The board made its unanimous decision about 5:15 p.m. Wednesday after an extensive presentation by the evaluation team and SMG,...
  • Chinese developer Oceanwide buying property in downtown L.A.

    Chinese developer Oceanwide buying property in downtown L.A.
    BEIJING — Chinese property developer Oceanwide Real Estate Group said Friday that it would make its first foray into the U.S. It will spend up to $200 million to buy a sprawling parking lot in downtown Los Angeles across from Staples Center and...
  • Katherine Jackson seeks new trial in AEG wrongful death case

    Katherine Jackson seeks new trial in AEG wrongful death case
    Katherine Jackson is heading back to court Friday to ask a judge for a new trial in the family's wrongful-death case against AEG Live, which previously ended with jurors finding the concert promoter not liable for her son Michael Jackson's overdose death....
  • Marine, brother plead not guilty to weapons-related charges

    An active Marine out of Camp Pendleton pleaded not guilty Thursday to possessing an assault weapon that his brother allegedly used for a carjacking that ended with a police chase, authorities said. Alexander Russell Smith, 21, is the Marine who was...