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Los Angeles World Airports to Name Interim CEO as Flint Plans Early Exit

Los Angeles World Airports is set to name its No. 2 executive as interim CEO to replace the departing Deborah Flint, who moved up her previously announced exit date.

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Long Beach Airport Passenger Traffic Up 13% in October

Long Beach Airport passenger traffic rose 13% in October compared to October of last year, marking the first significant rise in passenger counts at the airport in more than a year.

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Key LACMA Redesign Element Is Approved

LACMA will move ahead with a dramatic redesign after the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to allow the new building to cross Wilshire Boulevard.

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Former StyleHaul Executive Pleads Guilty to Embezzeling $22 Million

Former StyleHaul Inc. executive Dennis Blieden pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $22 million from the company to pay for gambling and personal expenses.

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Air Shuttle Service Float Partners with Commuter Carrier

La Verne-based Float is partnering with Southern Airways Express for planes and pilots for the launch of its commuter air service.

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L.A. Philharmonic Takes Over Operation of Ford Theatres

The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association will take over operation of the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre Complex effective Dec. 1.

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'Babylon,' 'Little Shop of Horrors' Remake Among Recipients for State Film Tax Credit

Thirteen films, including the big-budget feature “Babylon” and a remake of “Little Shop of Horrors," received tax credits from the state, according to the California Film Commission.

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Announces the Addition of 7 Trustees

Oscar-nominated actress Laura Dern and Academy of Arts and Sciences president and casting director David Rubin are among seven newly appointed trustees.

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LAX Passenger Traffic Rises 1.8% in September as International Travel Slide Ends

September passenger traffic at LAX edged up 1.8% from a year earlier.

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American, Scandinavian Airlines Add International Flights to LAX

American Airlines and Scandinavian Airlines will each serve new international destinations from LAX next year.

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Air New Zealand Ends Long-Running LAX-London Flight

Air New Zealand is canceling its long-running flight from LAX to London, citing increased competition on the route.

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Music Center Names Miscikowski to Lead Board, Extends Moore as CEO

Longtime Music Center board member Cindy Miscikowski has been named to lead the organization’s board.

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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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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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LAX to Ban Curbside Ride-Hailing Pickups

Los Angeles International Airport is set to ban curbside ride-hailing pickups starting Oct. 29.

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