Stacy Perman is an enterprise staff writer for Company Town covering the business of the film industry at the Los Angeles Times. A former writer and correspondent for Time and Businessweek, her work has appeared in a number of publications including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Inc. and the Hollywood Reporter. She has written about the Getty, the nasty implosion over the deal to buy Aman Resorts; profiled Martha Stewart, Samantha Bee, and a Hasidic rabbi who is also a Malibu surfing legend, and has investigated Uber’s strained relationship with women and the murder of her childhood best friend and her family. She is also the author of three books including the New York Times bestseller “In-N-Out Burger: A Behind-The-Counter Look at the Fast-Food Chain That Breaks All the Rules.”
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The owner of Golden Globes producer Dick Clark Productions has presented a reform plan for the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.
The group behind the Golden Globes is set to vote on a series of promised new reforms, but infighting and inertia have ruled the process, imperiling the HFPA’s ability to enact systemic change.
Citing a ‘toxic’ culture and ‘watered-down’ reforms, two members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. resign in protest
Following a Times investigation and reverberating criticism, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has hired diversity and ethics consultants as it works on a slate of reforms.
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La figuras de Hollywood continúan alejándose de la Asociación de Prensa Extranjera de Hollywood, y Warner Bros. se une a Netflix y Amazon Studios para cortar lazos.
Hollywood players continue to back away from the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., with Warner Bros. joining Netflix and Amazon Studios in cutting ties.
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