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Kim Getty steers Deutsch LA as ad agency cues up music clients, prepares to open production studio

Longtime exec Kim Getty expects Deutsch LA to make a big production out of its new studio.

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Commercial Kitchens Turn Into Hot Properties

FOOD: Facility operators look to feast on expansion as businesses get cooking.

A boom in cooking ventures has commercial kitchen operators whipping up expansion plans.

Mall Owner Looks to Sell Sites Online

Macerich teams with Popsugar to attract shoppers to properties.

Retail center owner Macerich buys into digital outreach to push its properties with shoppers.

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Board Game Maker Gets Moving

MANUFACTURING: Hersch’s mobile title plays up marketing.

Board game maker Hersch plays up marketing angle in move to mobile market.

SPECIAL REPORT: Cory Hathaway

Downtown executives reveal how the thriving city center works for them and their businesses.

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Bike Shop Banker Supply Steers Clear of Racing, Expensive Big Brands.

CYCLING: Gear Shift

Banker Supply settled on Los Angeles to peddle its more casual and cheaper take on bikes.

AEG Partners with Toshiba in Multimillion-Dollar L.A. Live Deal

Fans visiting L.A. Live will get to witness a new look at the downtown sports and entertainment center. Anschutz Entertainment Group and Toshiba announced a global multiyear deal on Tuesday that gives the downtown sports and entertainment presenter a chance to offer fans interactive installations and LED digital screens across venues in North America and Europe. Financial terms of the deal were undisclosed.

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Treat Maker Sinks Teeth Into Wholesale Business

FOOD: Pauline Marasek pursues solid returns for her brittle beyond retail.

Treat maker Pauline Marasek hopes to sweeten her pot by expanding from retailer to wholesale supplier.

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Dodgers’ Accelerator Goes to Bat for Growth-Stage Companies

A Look Ahead: What’s on the agenda for Los Angeles business in the coming week

While the Los Angeles Dodgers’ baseball season ended last month, the second season of the club’s three-month accelerator program is nearing its grand finale.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Out of the Box

Berkley boxed up the No. 1 spot with a speedy ramp-up of its packaging design and retail display business.

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