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Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski now NBC'...

Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski now NBC's lead figure-skating broadcasters

Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski now NBC'...

Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski now NBC's lead figure-skating broadcasters

Blackwater security guards found gu...

Blackwater security guards found guilty in 2007 Baghdad killings

Blackwater security guards found gu...

Blackwater security guards found guilty in 2007 Baghdad killings

Attorney for Kings' suspended Slava...

Attorney for Kings' suspended Slava Voynov: 'There's no crime here'

Attorney for Kings' suspended Slava...

Attorney for Kings' suspended Slava Voynov: 'There's no crime here'

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Up to Speed: The pesky budgetary it...

Up to Speed: The pesky budgetary item of 'Obamacare fines'

As companies nationwide begin to set up budgets for 2015, one line item seems to be a problem for some companies -- fines related to the Affordable Care Act. If you remember, companies that employ at least 100 people will start taking on fines in 2015. Now, it seems that companies are looking to insurance brokers-slash-law experts to find ways to avoid the fines and keep costs down. One popular option seems to be enrolling employees in Medicaid, and why not, since the federal and state governments?
All of a sudden, TV producers want ...

All of a sudden, TV producers want to make L.A. a star again

For the second quarter in a row, television production was up in Los Angeles. FilmL.A. revealed that location shoots leaped 31.1 percent compared to the same three-month period last year with 5,363 total permitted production days. Feature production was down a smidge, though, by 4.0 percent with 1,881 PPD. According to the nonprofit film office that issues filming permits, TV production was up in nearly every category. Dramas increased 43.2 percent to 1,408 PPD; reality shows 49.2 percent to 2,019?
Daniel Loeb won't have Sony to kick...

Daniel Loeb won't have Sony to kick around (or profit from) anymore

A stinging thorn in Sony's side has been removed. Daniel Loeb has sold his stake in the company. The activist investor confirmed in a letter to Third Point investors that his hedge fund has exited an equity position in the conglomerate after earning at 20 percent return on investment. Loeb notoriously lobbied for Sony to spin off its entertainment unit, harshly criticizing the studio for summer flops "After Earth" and "White House Down." The company declined to act on Loeb's suggestions but cut?
TV ratings: Good news for 'Gotham,'...

TV ratings: Good news for 'Gotham,' 'The Flash,' other newcomers

Nielsen was slow in getting its TV ratings out last week, so pardon the interruption to our regularly scheduled programming, but the results are pretty much the same, with NBC leading adults 18-49 and CBS winning total viewership. The Peacock was first among adults 18-49 with a 2.6 rating average last week, reported TVbytheNumbers, followed by the Eye with a 2.1. Their rankings were reversed in total viewership, with CBS drawing 10.5 million pairs of eyeballs on average and NBC 8.9 million. NBC's?
Florida mom says Breaking Bad is no...

Florida mom says Breaking Bad is no good for Toys R Us

I t's not that Susan Schrivier has anything personal against the AMC show "Breaking Bad." The Florida mom is reportedly even a fan of the series, which told the tale of a chemistry teacher who became a meth dealer to pay for his treatment and support his family after he is diagnosed with late-stage cancer. But she does oppose having action figures depicting the show's stars Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, complete with detachable sacks of cash and bags of crystal meth, appearing on the shelves?
Building linked to O.J. Simpson mur...

Building linked to O.J. Simpson murder trial sells for $25 million

Today, it's home to Peet's Coffee and Tea, but in 1994, the Brentwood building housed Mezzaluna, suddenly became infamous as the Italian restaurant where Nicole Brown Simpson ate her final meal; where Ron Goldman worked as a waiter. The two were brutally killed the night of June 14 that year. Former USC Heisman Trophy winner and NFL star O.J. Simpson was acquitted of the double-murder charge in 1995 after a lengthy televised trial that brought unwelcome attention to Mezzaluna, driving away its base?

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