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The Santa Monica startup has released what it describes as a "personal fitness program for the mind." It was built as a Web app for computers, with an iPhone app set to be released next year.
The 2,600-square-foot property known as Blu House is available for a monthly price of $6.40 per square foot.
The e-commerce company, which primarily sells electronics, opened the retail location – attached to its warehouse – on Nov. 29, Black Friday, a day when traditional retailers typically offer big discounts.
Internet: Report of TrueCar retaining pair of investment banks fuels talk.
TrueCar is subject of speculation that it may go public.
Internet: Demand looks to domain-name business and new CEO for lift.
Demand Media hopes a new CEO and the spinoff of its domain-name business will supply answers to its revenue problem.
Publishing: All of LANG’s local papers to charge for online access
After years of letting readers view its online news stories for free, the Los Angeles News Group is asking them to pay up.
The trend to ever-smaller work spaces has Charles Crumpley feeling pinched.
Internet: Networks offer stars viewership-measuring platforms
YouTube networks are building tech platforms to keep stars happy as part of a new big picture.
Health Care: New owner seeks clean break from cash woes.
Addiction and recovery website TheFix seeks a fresh start after a bankruptcy filing.
The Hollywood company said late Tuesday that veteran Internet executive Stephen Semprevivo has assumed the role.
Jacobs Engineering Group on Tuesday said that it has acquired the assets an Orange County company that provides pipeline engineering services to the utility and gas industries.
Aurora Capital Group has completed its acquisition of Calabasas product engineering and testing company National Technical Systems Inc.
REAL ESTATE: City core takes some shine from Silicon Beach.
Real Estate: Software firm Daqri’s lease is another sign downtown L.A. is clicking with tech companies.
TV studios get jump on content for 4K sets
TV: Some studios are channeling their efforts into high-quality 4K visuals in hopes of future adoption of the format.
ENERGY: Panels off as installers fight DWP over lease language.
Energy: Some solar panel customers have been left in the cold as installation companies and the L.A. DWP wrangle over lease language.