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Advertising software company SteelHouse of Culver City grew revenue last year by 170 percent to a $130 million revenue run rate.
Snapchat added Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles to its board of directors, reports Women's Wear Daily.
UCLA Anderson School of Management has launched an accelerator.
Child transportation startup HopSkipDrive of downtown raised a $10.2 million Series A round.
Video game studio Starbreeze of Stockholm, Sweden announced plans on Saturday to launch a virtual reality arcade in Los Angeles.
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Bowing to pressure from a healthcare group, dating app Tinder of West Hollywood has added a link within its app directing users to testing facilities for sexually transmitted diseases.
Snapchat of Venice is opening an office in Seattle, according to a report by Geekwire.
Free wireless cellphone company FreedomPop of West Los Angeles has raised a $50 million round.
Advertising marketplace OpenX of Pasadena brought in more than $140 million in revenue last year, the company announced Tuesday.
Following a successful rocket landing last month on land, Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s attempt to land a rocket on a floating barge failed on Sunday.
Internet Brands of El Segundo signed an agreement to acquire marketing platform Demandforce from Intuit Inc. on Friday for an undisclosed amount.