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A report said 86 percent of L.A. CIOs said they plan to hire to expand existing staffs or fill vacant positions in the coming year.
Snapchat has no plans of slowing down for the holiday season.
Wallaby Financial, a Pasadena company that helps consumers maximize their credit card rewards, has been acquired by financial publisher Bankrate Inc. of North Palm Beach, Fla.
REAL ESTATE: Internet giant clicks with space in Playa Vista.
Yahoo appears to be the latest Internet giant to connect with Playa Vista as a home for local offices.
Sophia Loren’s son looks to foster careers in entertainment.
TakeHollywood looks to play a lead role in guiding show-biz hopefuls to careers.
INVESTMENT: Music app among those tapping dollars via personal relationships.
Overseas Asian investors make waves in L.A.’s tech scene.
On this week's Launch List: coding for children, social shopping and KDAY's new heyday.
Westwood Internet service provider Boingo has finalized a $50 million credit agreement with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Silicon Valley Bank.
The "back-in-the-day" hip-hop radio station steps out of the digital Dark Ages.
StyleHaul’s fast-talking chief executive chatted with the Business Journal about her investor-turned-buyer, whether a StyleHaul lipstick might be in store and a special phone call she received from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Internet: Marketers tout social media stars’ power; doubts abound.
Internet: Marketing firms compete to put brands under the influence of social media stars. But is paying these “influencers” worth it?
Alhambra “Dadpreneur” Ray Phillips was merely looking for a way to make baths more fun for children.
The app includes features such as push calls to DPS or 911, anonymous reporting of crimes and a “safewalk” function that lets students track their friends as they head home.
On this week's Launch List: A monster messaging app goes for mobile payments. Triple AAA is challenged. A startup studio steps up.
VentureLab Growth Partners looks like another incubator, but the startup studio promises to offer a more hands-on approach than traditional programs.