*Think you've lost money?

Not a great year to have your net worth tied up in stocks. The Business Sheet tallies up some of the bigger losers. Here's the L.A. contingent (permanent and part-time residents):

--Peter Chernin, News Corp COO: $126,417 (he's getting off easy because of his small News Corp. stake).

--Bob Iger, Disney CEO: $2.6 Million

--Michael Rapino, Live Nation CEO: $8.3 million (concert promoter extraordinaire has seen company stock price plummet).

--Jeff Katzenberg, DreamWorks Animation CEO: $17.3 million (those are stock losses; he also was a Madoff investor).

--Les Moonves, CBS CEO: $19.8 Million (stock-related losses)

--Sam Zell, Tribune CEO: As much As $315 million (who knows, but that's how much he put down to buy Tribune, and he might lose all or part of it after the bankruptcy).

--Sumner Redstone, Viacom Chairman: $7.2 $3.9 billion (biggest loser of the year, with huge hits in Viacom and CBS; also getting divorced).

*Business Sheet goofed on the original Redstone figure.

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