Anschutz Entertainment Group
A developer proposing to build an NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles is asking the mayor and other city officials for more time to lure a football team.
Randy Phillips, who was sued in connection with Michael Jackson’s death, is out after a decade as chief executive officer of AEG Live.
Councilman Tom LaBonge led the way as city council members went on record Wednesday to ask the league to locate one or two teams to L.A.
The Anschutz Entertainment Group’s proposed football stadium in downtown Los Angeles is “essentially dead to the NFL,” according to a Yahoo! Sports report.
The company that owns the Staples Center, L.A. Live, and the Los Angeles Kings is up for sale.
Environmental activists Thursday filed suit challenging a state law that limits the time legal challenges can be made to the environmental review of a proposed $1.5 billion football stadium and convention center hall in downtown.
Anschutz Entertainment Group released Thursday a 10,000-page environmental impact report for its proposed $1.5 billion football stadium in downtown Los Angeles.
A local arts organization and three street artists are suing Anschutz Entertainment Group, alleging it junked artwork they loaned to the company for a promotional event, according to court papers obtained
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill designed to boost developer Anschutz Entertainment Group’s bid to build a $1.2 billion football stadium in downtown Los Angeles.