B.D. Fox & Friends decided to have a little fun for its 20th anniversary, but the federal government wasn't laughing.
Walt Disney Co. agreed Wednesday to sell Institutional Investor magazine and related businesses to Euromoney Publications plc for $142 million, the companies said.
Undaunted by a cease-fire agreement reached last week between some of their congressional colleagues and the TV industry, a group of U.S. senators used a subcommittee hearing Wednesday to push for…
Time Warner Inc. is reversing course on two of its biggest strategic priorities of the past three years, revealing Wednesday it has abandoned attempts to restructure its Time Warner Entertainment…
In a victory for industry freelancers, a bill that would give Los Angeles and other charter cities access to personal tax records has been voted down by the California Senate Appropriations Committee.
Shares of Sony Corp. surged to record highs in Tokyo trading Wednesday, briefly touching a record 10,500 yen. Traders said an easier yen has led to the surge.
The week-old cease-fire pledge over TV ratings apparently does not extend to Federal Communications Commission chairman Reed Hundt, who is expected to endorse, at a Senate hearing today, a bill that…
Ground has been broken in West Hollywood at the Actors' Fund of America's 40-unit apartment complex, which will dedicated as low-cost residence care facility for entertainment professionals with…
A tourist tram burst into flames at Universal Studios Monday, sending passengers fleeing and igniting a building on the Western backlot.
Topics of diversity and universality are hot in L.A.'s clubland. With Southern California's melting-pot demographics, clubs can prosper by appealing to several ethnic groups.