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Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum News 1 about the LABJ’s coverage of Paramount Pictures Corp. While other studios are scrambling and spending to launch their own streaming platforms and challenging theatrical windows, Paramount is going back to basics, licensing content to streamers and movie theaters. Watch to learn how this approach could pay off for Paramount.

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CENTER PIECE

Staples Center opened 20 years ago this week, kicking off downtown’s revival

A look at Staples Center’s impact on downtown 20 years after its opening.


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Paramount’s New Path Is Paying Off

ENTERTAINMENT: Studio rebounds after repositioning

Paramount is leaning on its content library rather than jumping into the streaming fray.


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LAX Traffic Flattens Out

AIRPORTS: Annual growth could be slowest since 2009

2019 could be the slowest passenger growth year at LAX since the Great Recession.


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Jakks Pacific Stirs Deal Talk

MANUFACTURING: Toy company remains a top target

Just Play may make a play to buy struggling toymaker Jakks Pacific.


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Chipping Away at China

Trade with Cambodia, Vietnam surges at ports in wake of tariffs

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach sees trade volumes with Vietnam and Cambodia jump and trade tensions with China continue.


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Falling imports at the San Pedro Bay ports signaled that an 18-month trade war between the United States and China continues to hurt the ports.
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The Blackstone Group has purchased a portfolio of three L.A. multifamily properties for $177.5 million.

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