Why CAA Sold To A French Fashion Giant

Historic CAA Deal Is A ‘Smart Move’ According To Hollywood Insiders

CAA Sells Majority Stake To Investment Firm Led By Luxury Mogul François-Henri Pinault

The talent agency giant led by Bryan Lourd, Kevin Huvane and Richard Lovett has sold a majority stake to Artémis, the investment firm controlled by François-Henri Pinault, the CEO of fashion firm Kering and the billionaire scion of a French luxury goods fortune. CAA’s leadership team of Bryan Lourd, Kevin Huvane and Richard Lovett will remain in place, with all three men signing “long-term commitments to continue leading the agency.” Lourd is expected to be named CEO of the company under its new ownership. Jim Burtson will remain president.

CAA To Lay Off Dozens Amid Strikes, Majority Stake Sale Talks

Inside The Washington Post’s ‘Goldmine’ Hollywood Deal

Brian Grazer, Bryan Lourd, and Fred Ryan dish on the DC paper’s partnership with Imagine and CAA, which already has four projects in development.

CAA Forms Harassment Victims Defense Fund

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The powerful Hollywood talent agency CAA is canceling its annual Golden Globe Awards party and planning to form a legal defense fund to assist workplace harassment […]

Fox, CAA Settle Lawsuit Over USA’s ‘White Collar’

CAA Settles Age-Discrimination Suit With TV Writers

HDNet Getting Rebranded As AXS TV

Ryan Seacrest, CAA and AEG are folding their hopes of a new network into a plan to relaunch and rebrand Mark Cuban’s HDNet as a new, pop-culture oriented network called AXS TV.