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Deals of the Week: A look at the companies that signed on the dotted line last week

Iconic gym to toe new branding line with foot-shaped shoe

Brand Sense Partners announced an unusual deal last week between its client, fitness chain Gold’s Gym, and footwear company Vibram, known for its FiveFingers brand athletic shoes.

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Agency Plans to Pick Up Pace on Acquiring Firms

ADVERTISING: Number of targets for Engage:BDR bumped up to 15 from 12.

Engage:BDR is completely committed to buying firms to round out its offerings to clients.

Real Estate Firm Sold on Retail

Partners Trust opens office to designer showcases with sales donated to charity.

Partners Trust buys into a retail experiment by showcasing designers at its office

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Advertising Agency Supermoon Starts Fresh Mission

ADVERTISING: New name, execs help guide Supermoon.

Veteran agency hits the trail for campaigns with a new name and executive leadership.

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Mat Maker Not Stressed by Price

BallerYoga forms business around high-price product with football-like texture.

Mats made of football-like leather just feel right to YogaBaller founder Cedric Yau.

Screenwriter Michael Elliot Starts Nail Salon for Men

Dudes across the country will now have their very own man cave-like space to get a manicure and pedicure.

FTC Charges Owner of Sage Auto Group with Practicing Deceptive Sales Tactics

Sage Auto Group in Universal City has found itself in the hot seat. The Federal Trade Commission charged the owner and nine of its auto dealerships with using the term “yo-yo” financing tactics on customers and practicing unfair and deceptive sales on Thursday.

SPECIAL REPORT: Dr. George Berci

George Berci started working at Cedars-Sinai in 1970 and helped introduce endoscopic and laparoscopic procedures to a number of fields, including gynecology, urology, and pediatrics.

Lawyer Checks All Boxes

Every day for the last two years, Nimish Patel has poured over both The New York Times and Los Angeles Times crossword puzzles, turning to his teenage son and daughter for help with the clues he can’t quite get.

Founder Files Manicure Business Under ‘Guys’

BEAUTY: Michael Elliot’s Hammer & Nails buffs up service for male clientele.

Dudes across the country will now have their very own man cave-like space to get a manicure and pedicure.

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