April 5, 1997 |
Financial transactions in the communications industry topped $100 billion for the first time last year, according to a report from New York media investment banking firm Veronis, Suhler & Associates. The report said $113 billion in transactions included mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, private placements, redemptions and other corporate financings made by publicly reporting companies during 1996.
October 29, 1986 |
CBS eliminated another 60 jobs Tuesday as it consolidated staffs in the CBS Broadcast Group that handles press relations, lobbying, research, program practices and broadcast relations. The move came amid speculation that CBS may shuffle the broadcast group's most senior managers as it reorganizes the unit. CBS said the latest cuts reduced to 130 the number of employees in the broadcast unit that handles such functions, down from 290 in July, when the unit announced it would cut 700 jobs.
December 16, 1986 |
CBS excised a layer of management posts Monday as it announced a top-level reorganization of the CBS Broadcast Group, which since January has eliminated 1,000 jobs and laid off 750 employees. No senior executives were dismissed in the reorganization, but the post of executive vice president was dropped. The reshuffle had been expected for several weeks. The changes, announced by group president Gene F.
December 14, 1999
Retail industry experts and guest speakers will examine economic, financial, political and technological changes affecting the industry at the 26th annual "Retail Game," a daylong seminar Thursday at Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. The event, formerly known as the Shopping Center Game, will be presented by the International Council of Shopping Centers in cooperation with Steve Soboroff and James S. Rosenfield.
November 21, 2000
Industry experts will forecast which way the retail real estate business is heading in response to electronic commerce and other new trends at the 27th annual Retail Game, a daylong seminar Dec. 7 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. The event will be presented by the International Council of Shopping Centers in cooperation with program co-chairmen James S. Rosenfield and Daniel Bercu of Santa Monica-based J.S. Rosenfield & Co., a retail real estate industry consultant.
March 26, 2003 |
A historic Santa Monica theater built by aviation pioneer Donald Douglas as a perk for his workers will be renovated by a nonprofit film society that will continue to operate it as a single-screen venue, one of the few remaining in Southern California. American Cinematheque, which owns the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, will refurbish the struggling Aero Theatre on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica and bring its diverse range of movie fare to the Westside.