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Christopher Palmeri

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Christopher:

Trump Megadonor Adelson's Republican Spending Spree Is Ending

Republicans aren’t seeing as many big checks from one of their most generous benefactors, creating a financial hole for the GOP just as Democrats get a fundraising windfall tied to abortion. → Read More

ESPN’s NHL Deal Shows Broadcasters a New Way to Profit From Sports Rights

Spreading hockey matches across various channels and streaming services has led to higher viewership and more ad revenue. → Read More

Disney's Culture Clash Led to Firing of TV Chief

Peter Rice has one of the longer resumes in the entertainment industry, but when his time at Walt Disney Co. came to an end it was over in seven minutes. → Read More

Disney streaming customers top estimates while park profit soars

Walt Disney reported subscriber gains for its flagship streaming service that exceeded analysts’s estimates. → Read More

Why Disney Has Special Status in Florida — and Why the State Wants to Take It Away

The Walt Disney Co. is among Florida’s biggest employers and Walt Disney World has been a central part of the state’s public image for decades. Now, in a matter of days, the Florida legislature has passed a bill that could strip Disney of special privileges that for the last half-century have granted the company a measure of quasi-governmental authority over a giant tract of land that includes… → Read More

Why Disney Has Special Status in Florida — and Why the State Wants to Take It Away

The Walt Disney Co. is among Florida’s biggest employers and Walt Disney World has been a central part of the state’s public image for decades. Now, in a matter of days, the Florida legislature has passed a bill that could strip Disney of special privileges that for the last half-century have granted the company a measure of quasi-governmental authority over a giant tract of land that includes… → Read More

New York Budget Deal Calls for Three Casinos for NYC Area

The New York City area could get as many as three new casinos as a result of the new budget deal reached by Governor Kathy Hochul and state legislative leaders on Thursday. The budget still needs to be voted on by the full Legislature. → Read More

Fox News Hires Caitlyn Jenner as a Contributor

Caitlyn Jenner, the transgender former Olympic gold medalist, reality TV star and gubernatorial candidate in California, will join Fox News as a contributor starting on Thursday. → Read More

Disney+ Streaming Service to Offer Low-Cost Version With Ads

Walt Disney Co., looking to accelerate growth of its flagship streaming service, will offer a lower-priced version of Disney+ with advertising later this year. → Read More

What It’s Like to Visit Las Vegas Right Now

Good deal on hotels, incredible fine dining experiences, and musical performances are all in the cards. → Read More

Arizona Cardinals Unveil NFL’s First Sportsbook at Stadium Site

The Arizona Cardinals and sports wagering company BetMGM released renderings for what they say will be the National Football League’s first sportsbook at a stadium campus. → Read More

Flush With Cash, California Has Problems That Are No Quick Fix

With cash rolling in from a projected $45.7 billion budget surplus, California Governor Gavin Newsom proposed a spending plan designed to address a paradox of the most-populous U.S. state: It’s thriving financially, yet beset with systemic challenges that threaten its long-term growth. → Read More

As Bob Iger Departs, Disney Investors Also Look to Get Off the Ride

Walt Disney Co.’s board promised a smooth transition from the end of the Bob Iger era to the new regime under Chief Executive Officer Bob Chapek. In the final hours of Iger’s tenure, the reality looks much rockier. → Read More

Britney Spears, the Newly Liberated Princess of Pop

In November, five months after a June hearing at which Spears said she felt like a prisoner in the court-ordered conservatorship her father oversaw for almost 14 years, a judge dissolved it. → Read More

Jason Sudeikis, the SNL Star Who Became Ted Lasso

The show won seven Emmys in September, including best comedy series and outstanding lead actor, after getting 20 nominations, the most ever for a comedy debut. → Read More

Congresswoman Karen Bass Announces Bid for Los Angeles Mayor

Karen Bass, a six-term congresswoman representing South Central Los Angeles, announced that she’s running for mayor of America’s second-largest city. → Read More

Barstool Sports’ Dave Portnoy Wants to Sell You Hot Wings

Dave Portnoy, founder of the pop culture site Barstool Sports, has a unique talent for shape shifting. → Read More

FanDuel Parlays Fantasy Sports Into a $1.9 Billion Betting Boom

The company has converted a rabid fantasy fan base into a lucrative clientele for its U.S. sports-betting business. → Read More

Californians Decide Newsom’s Fate in Historic Recall Election

Californians are heading to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to oust Gavin Newsom in only the second gubernatorial recall election in state history. → Read More

Disney Touts $125 Million in Online Revenue From ‘Black Widow’

(Bloomberg) -- Walt Disney Co. said it has taken in $125 million in online revenue from “Black Widow” and said the picture, which prompted a lawsuit from star Scarlett Johansson, has outperformed other Marvel films. New numbers were revealed in court filings Friday in which Disney asked for Johansson’s suit to be sent to arbitration in New York rather than conducted in a civil trial in Los… → Read More