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Farewell, summer

Farewell, summer

Oregon college shooting live update...

Oregon college shooting live updates: 'There's been another mass shooting in America,' Obama says

Farewell, summer

Farewell, summer

Oregon college shooting live update...

Oregon college shooting live updates: 'There's been another mass shooting in America,' Obama says

Hillary Clinton poised to win suppo...

Hillary Clinton poised to win support of nation's largest teachers union

Hillary Clinton poised to win suppo...

Hillary Clinton poised to win support of nation's largest teachers union

Biz Journals

Champagne Bears live on: Sugarfina ...

Champagne Bears live on: Sugarfina is sold

Private Equity Firm The Bristol Luxury Group has purchased all of the assets of upscale candy brand Sugarfina, Inc. and its affiliates in a sale recently approved by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The deal was valued at about $15.1 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. The sale comes less than two months after the Inglewood, Calif.-based specialty candy company, founded in 2012 by Rosie O?Neill and Josh Resnick, began Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in September.?
Viacom bucks direct-to-consumer str...

Viacom bucks direct-to-consumer streaming trend with new Netflix deal for Nickelodeon

In the beginning there was Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video ? subscription-video-on-demand services that licensed content from mass media conglomerates such as The Walt Disney Co., WarnerMedia, NBCUniversal and Viacom Inc. But the subscription landscape is shifting once again with the arrival of Disney+, followed by HBO Max and Peacock next year, as the Hollywood studios launch their own branded direct-to-consumer platforms and keep their coveted IP in-house. Viacom's strategy, however,?
Streaming roundup: Here's why Disne...

Streaming roundup: Here's why Disney+ broke the internet yesterday

After a rocky start for Disney+, Disney had something to crow about: The streaming service has already reached 10 million sign-ups.
Blaze Pizza names Mandy Shaw presid...

Blaze Pizza names Mandy Shaw president and CEO

Blaze Pizza has made Mandy Shaw?s interim gig as president and CEO permanent. Shaw took the leadership role in August, replacing Jim Mizes, who retired. She has been with Los Angeles-based Blaze since 2018 as its chief financial officer, and co-founder Rick Wetzel said she has played a critical role in the company?s rapid growth over the past two years. ?Mandy is stepping into the CEO role with a unique understanding of the brand,? Wetzel said in a statement. ?Since joining just under?
Angelenos now have a new way to buy...

Angelenos now have a new way to buy and sell their houses online

The move comes a year after Opendoor bought L.A.-based Open Listings.
Apple TV+ in talks to sign producti...

Apple TV+ in talks to sign production deal with former HBO chief

Apple Inc. is on the verge of a coup. The technology company is in "advanced talks" with Richard Plepler, the former chairman and CEO of HBO, for Apple TV+, reported The Wall Street Journal. Under the deal, Plepler's company RLP & Co. would make original content for the new streaming service, which launched on Nov. 1. A pact could be signed within weeks, but negotiations are ongoing, and an agreement may ultimately not be reached. The move would add a marquee creative executive to Apple's stable.?

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