In The Press

CREATORS FIGHTS TAX STATUS IN LOS ANGELES, AGAIN July 13, 2009

The syndicate and the city fought this battle 15 years earlier and Creators won the right to be considered a wholesale and retail business. According to Creators president and founder Rick Newcombe, Los Angeles reset their status in 2007 and demanded payment of taxes at the higher rate with interest and penalties back to 2004.

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Why We'll Leave L.A.: The business climate is worse than the air quality July 10, 2009

Op-Ed from Creators President and Founder, Rick Newcombe.

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New at Reason: Creators Syndicate President Rick Newcombe on Why He'll Leave L.A. (Hint: Arbitrary and Dictatorial City Tax and Business Policies) July 10, 2009

Rick Newcombe started Creators Syndicate in 1987. In 1994, the company won a case against the city of Los Angeles over its business tax classification.

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Why We'll Leave L.A. The business climate is worse than the air quality. July 10, 2009

If New Yorkers fantasize that doing business here in Los Angeles would be less of a headache, forget about it. This city is fast becoming a job-killing machine.

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CREATORS LAUNCHES IPHONE, IPOD COMIC APPS July 09, 2009

Creators teams with iVerse Media to release four comic strip apps for the comic strips B.C., Dog eat Doug, Girls and Sports and Heathcliff.

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CREATORS SCORES EXCLUSIVE CONTRACT WITH SUN MEDIA May 09, 2009

Creators Syndicate has locked up five major Canadian dailies, becoming the exclusive provider of comic features for the Toronto Sun, Edmonton Sun, Ottawa Sun, Winnipeg Sun and Calgary Sun.

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