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Sue Cabral-Ebert Re-elected as Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild President

(THR, Nov. 9)

Tommy Cole, John E. Jackson, Julie Socash, Barbara Daily and Vanessa Dionne also are elected officers.


MPAA Confirms New Hollywood-China Film Distribution Agreement

(THR, Nov. 5)

The new deal solidifies Hollywood and China's existing trade terms, while also promising international auditing of China's box office, where irregularities have often been reported.


Time Warner Cuts Profit Expectations, and Media Stocks Dip

(NY Times, Nov. 4)

The stock prices of companies across the industry tumbled on Wednesday after Time Warner cut its profit expectations for 2016.


ARIZONA: National Labor Board Accuses Asarco of Unfair Practices

(Arizona Daily Star, Nov. 4)

The federal government is charging Tucson-based copper mining giant Asarco with unfair labor practices for its handling of negotiations with its Arizona employees for a new union contract.


Why Warner Bros.’ Misfire ‘Our Brand is Crisis’ is So Troubling for the Once-Dominant Studio

(LA Times, Nov. 2)

The studio, one of Hollywood's largest, is not in crisis, but its vaunted brand has been bruised by a rash of misfires this year.


In Arbitration, a ‘Privatization of the Justice System’

(NY Times, Nov. 1)

Over the last 10 years, thousands of businesses across the country — from big corporations to storefront shops — have used arbitration to create an alternate system of justice. There, rules tend to favor businesses.


The Mystery of the Vanishing Pay Raise

(NY Times, Nov. 1)

The share of corporate income going to workers is at its lowest level since 1951.


CALIFORNIA: Film Tax Credits, New Media Outlets Help Revive L.A.'s Entertainment Economy

(LA Times, Oct. 31)

California's decision last year to offer more generous tax incentives for film and TV production is being credited for a sharp uptick in location shoots across Los Angeles.


NEVADA: Trump Sues Culinary, Bartenders Unions

(Nevada Public Radio, Oct. 29)

The Culinary Union has been pushing to unionize Trump's hotel.


ARIZONA: NLRB Rules Tucson Taxi Drivers Eligible to Unionize

(Arizona Daily Star, Oct. 29)

The association initially petitioned the NLRB for employee status in 2013. Their petition was rejected, but the group requested and won a review.


Amazon Prime Now Drivers Claim They Were Paid Below Minimum Wage

(Huffington Post, Oct. 28)

Who's paying for the delivery service? "Down-on-their-luck low-wage workers," says the drivers' lawyer.


HAWAII: Hawaii labor officials take a look at Ala Moana Center construction site

(Pacific Business News, Oct. 27)

The state said that the misclassifying of construction employees as independent contractors, or simply paying them in cash “off-the-books,” could affect Hawaii’s contractors, workers and state funds.


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