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Business Events throughout the Valleys.
Shares in Walt Disney Co. fell by more than $4 on Wednesday, the day after the company missed Wall Street forecasts on earnings.
Walt Disney Co. missed Wall Street expectations on earnings in the fiscal second quarter while matching on revenue.
Hasbro Inc. recently doubled its leased space in Burbank to roughly 80,000 square feet.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. beat Wall Street expectations on revenue and earnings in the first quarter on the strength of television and new media.
Entertainment industry rental business SirReel Studio Rentals has leased 100,000 square feet of warehouse and exterior space in Sun Valley to merge several locations into one, according to L.A.-based CBRE Group Inc.
Salem Media Group Inc. on Wednesday reported quarterly earnings that fell short of Wall Street expectations even though the company had a sizable increase in revenues due to the political season.
The simmering war for ownership of the parent company of Los Angeles Times heated up on Monday.
Blueprint Post Production has bought the DES Building Park in Toluca Lake for $13 million, according to Charles Dunn Co. of Sherman Oaks.
Hallmark Cards Inc. said Monday that it has completed its buyout of Crown Media Holdings.
Remo Belli, an innovator in the music industry who created and popularized the synthetic drumhead at his Los Angeles area company, died on April 25. He was 88.
Comcast Corp. made it official Thursday that it will acquire DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. in a deal valued at $3.8 billion.
Gannett Co. on Monday offered to buy Tribune Publishing Co. for about $815 million, including the assumption of $390 million in Tribune debt.
On-location filming for feature films and television increased in the first quarter, according to a report released Tuesday by FilmL.A., showing the continuing influence of the state’s production tax credit program.
Two San Fernando Valley companies made it on the Women Presidents’ Organization’s 50-fastest growing women-owned businesses list this year.