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Facebook is coming to Los Angeles to teach small businesses how to optimize their presence on its social network.
The Music Foundry, a music technology pre-accelerator, is looking to fill a trial class this fall to address a startup need within the music space. But its bigger task may be fighting an abiding skepticism about music tech investments.
Hovelstay.com, which promises eclectic lodging options at very low prices, has secured $1.2 million in Series A funding.
Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies, commonly known as SpaceX, is raising money that would value the company at nearly $10 billion, according to reports.
23-year-old spins tweeted facts into big bucks
UberFacts’ Kris Sanchez has turned his 7 million Twitter followers into a true gold mine.
TECHNOLOGY: Approach by Cinematique lets viewers stockpile touted products.
Cinematique hopes to make the scene with interactive videos that tout products.
Culver City’s MiTú, a Latino YouTube network, has partnered with Mexican media giant Televisa to create original content for the Web in both Spanish and English.
Raytheon Co.’s sprawling El Segundo operation has been awarded an $11 million U.S. Marine Corps contract to develop laser weapons for military vehicles.
Los Angeles mobile rental marketplace RadPad has raised $2 million in capital led by SG VC in Santa Barbara, bringing its total amount raised to $3.5 million.
Santa Monica real estate agent recommendation service Agent Ace has raised $6 million in Series A financing from March Capital Partners, also of Santa Monica, and Carmel’s Triangle Peak Partners.
REAL ESTATE: Retail box sells for record $100 million.
Core value of Apple’s Third Street Promenade shop produces record $100 million deal.
ADVERTISING: Process gaining in popularity with clients as price decreases.
Agencies increasingly like the look of CGI for ads as the price of the technology comes down.
RETAIL: Barnes & Noble stores hit road with Google in challenge to Amazon.
Barnes & Noble books same-day delivery service from Google has started in L.A. to take on Amazon.
Former Maker Studios branding exec Fran Solomita is heading a new YouTube ad agency, Mozaic Branding, which hopes to connect brands with new media talent.
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