January 9, 1998 |
Twentieth Century Fox Television and the producers of "The X-Files" are quietly looking at whether the Truth Is Out There in Los Angeles. Studio executives and staffers have been intensely exploring how they can move the home base of the atmospheric Fox series from rainy Vancouver to sunny Los Angeles next season.
May 17, 2002 |
The Playboy bunny is taking a big leap across town as the adult entertainment company moves the headquarters of its entertainment division from Beverly Hills to an industrial area near the Los Angeles River.
November 16, 2006 |
Herbalife Ltd. said Wednesday that it would move its U.S. headquarters to downtown Los Angeles from Century City in 2008, giving a boost to downtown and the L.A. Live project. The maker of nutritional supplements and weight management products will be one of the anchor tenants in an office building at L.A. Live, the $2.5-billion sports, entertainment and residential complex being constructed next to Staples Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 2004 |
A popular flying club locked in a dispute with the city of Fullerton is disbanding and will reorganize elsewhere. Ray's Flying Club, headquartered at the Fullerton Municipal Airport since 1999, will declare bankruptcy and dissolve, according to Tom Polley, general manager. Polley said he would start a new club at an airport in eastern Los Angeles County.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 2007 |
After almost a decade of court battles and unsuccessful attempts to shut down the only strip club in La Habra, city officials announced this week that they would pay the owner $5.2 million to get out of town. As part of the settlement, the city will buy the property for $3 million. The city made the offer Aug. 6 during the Orange County Superior Court trial of a lawsuit against the city filed by Badi "Bill" Gammoh, owner of the Taboo Gentlemen's Club. The City Council approved the deal Monday.
May 23, 2001 |
NFL owners, riding high in the wake of a landmark court victory over the Raiders, glided into a new era Tuesday, unanimously approving realignment for 2002. Representatives from each of the 32 teams, meeting in Chicago, had planned to spend Tuesday debating the merits of seven realignment options before putting them to a vote today. Instead, they acted with uncharacteristic decisiveness and came to an agreement within hours.
January 9, 1996 |
Sharp Electronics Corp. said Monday it will spend $34 million to build a regional headquarters here that will employ 265 and serve as the hub for sales, marketing, service and warehousing operations in the Western United States. The 539,000-square-foot complex, which includes a warehouse, will be built on a 23.4-acre site at Springdale Street and Bolsa Avenue. The vacant property was purchased from neighboring McDonnell Douglas. Sharp will be moving from its regional offices in Carson.
July 14, 1992 |
At least part of Everest & Jennings Inc. will remain in Ventura County after the wheelchair manufacturer completes its move from Camarillo to St. Louis. Gay Dawson, who until last month headed E & J's Avenues Unlimited mail-order unit, has purchased the mail order business from her former employer. Dawson, who was general manager of Avenues Unlimited since its inception in 1988, has already moved the operation into new quarters in Camarillo.
November 24, 1991 |
This is a shopping story, a tale of retail in two cities. To illustrate the long-held belief that many major retailers have given the cold shoulder to Los Angeles County's black communities, The Times compared the retail choices available to parts of Inglewood and North Hollywood that have much in common. The two are solidly middle-income communities in the center of large urban areas of the county.
August 22, 1987 |
I ask Eddie Diaz, proprietor of the Diaz Liquor Store, a mile south of the Raiders' glory hole, what the city usually does with the Grand Canyon-sized rock quarries when they have been de-rocked and abandoned. "Some of them have been filled with refuse," Diaz said. "But this is much more exciting, to have the Raiders fill it up." Exciting?