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July 31, 2001 | MARJORIE MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The latest Michael Jackson to hit the U.S. entertainment industry is neither a singer nor a radio personality. He is an impatient fortysomething executive giving up one of the best jobs in British television to take over as president and chief executive of USA Entertainment Group.
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July 31, 2001 | MARJORIE MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The latest Michael Jackson to hit the U.S. entertainment industry is neither a singer nor a radio personality. He is an impatient fortysomething executive giving up one of the best jobs in British television to take over as president and chief executive of USA Entertainment Group.
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August 6, 2003 | From Reuters
InterActiveCorp, the e-commerce firm run by media mogul Barry Diller, reported a second-quarter profit and sharply higher revenue, boosted by its Expedia and Hotels.com travel services. Although analysts said the results were solid and met expectations, shares of the company -- which also operates cable shopping network HSN and ticket retailer Ticketmaster -- fell 7.7%, or $3.02, to $36.48 on Nasdaq. The company, formerly known as USA Interactive, posted quarterly net income of $92.
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February 17, 2009 | Mark Medina
In the frenetic world of trading cards, an interloper called Chaotic is threatening the dominance of Pokemon and its ilk, thereby granting new strength to the money-losing television production and merchandising company that unleashed the game little more than a year ago. Chaotic, which features tribes of warring monsters, has stood apart in the trading-card game industry since its launch by New York's 4Kids Entertainment Inc.
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June 17, 2002
* Adrienne Becker has been named chief executive of DailyCandy, an online community information Web site for Los Angeles, New York and London. She is a former senior vice president of operations for USA Networks' Entertainment Group. * Wells Fargo & Co. Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer Leslie S. Biller, the bank's top executive in Los Angeles, said he will leave in October to pursue his longtime goal of becoming a chief executive.
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April 28, 1997 | MARLA MATZER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Confused about who's doing what with whom and when in the area of digital television and the "convergence" of TVs and PCs? Unclear on what the federal government's recent approval of digital TV broadcasting will mean in terms of new types of programming? Well, the people who create programming aren't too clear on it either. But that hasn't stopped many of them from experimenting and building alliances in the hope of being ready for the next big thing.
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