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In the midst of headlines about layoffs and shutdowns, L.A. business leaders seem to be ramping up
O.P. Almaraz, chief executive of Allied Restoration Services Inc. in West Covina, said the company’s core business used to be cleaning up the scene after fires, floods and other accidental damage to buildings.
New York-based ViacomCBS Inc. is attempting to up its game in the streaming wars with a new leadership structure that places Pluto TV Chief Executive Tom Ryan at the helm.
There’s been plenty of quibbling about the name of Quibi, the heavily hyped short-form streaming platform designed for smartphones.
Trumpeter and A&M Records co-founder Herb Alpert, 85, who rose to fame in the 1960s with his Latin-flavored band Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, has donated millions of dollars to various arts programs.
Los Angeles Philharmonic has extended its concert cancellations through June 9 at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Walt Disney Co. is about to become the streamiest place on Earth.
With major theme parks in the L.A. area still closed because of the coronavirus, their popular annual Halloween attractions are also shuttered.
In the midst of headlines about layoffs and shutdowns, L.A. business leaders seem to be ramping up.
Beverly Hills Teuscher Chocolates of Switzerland, a well-known local purveyor of gourmet chocolate, has managed to adjust to Covid-19 concerns.