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Beefing Up

FOOD: Premier Meat sees any additional business from launch of consumer-targeted Internet sales venture as gravy.

Premier Meat Co. looks to prove its chops by expanding into online sales.

Cleaner Has Solution To Cut Waste

Replenish Bottling eyes repeated success with resuable product.

Replenish Bottling looks to mix it up with cleaning products that use refillable concentrate.

Dov Charney Fired -- Again

Dov Charney has been fired by American Apparel Inc., this time for good.

Meal Ordering System Adds Review Site to Plate

INTERNET: ChowNow joins with Yelp to drive more orders to restaurant clients.

The menu is getting larger for clients of Venice’s ChowNow, an online ordering system and marketing platform for restaurants.

Have Child, Will Travel

Being a new dad to a crying baby can be tough. But Erik Evens and his wife, Robin Lee, found a way to cope when their daughter was born six years ago.

Clothing Maker Falls Out Of Fashion With Investors

APPAREL: Guess shares fall on rough quarter; analyst upbeat about e-commerce.

Clothing company Guess continues to look for answers as quarterly revenue and profit fall.

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Male Delivery

HEALTH CARE: Plastic surgery center Marina ManLand joins retail trend of crafting attractive settings for men.

Plastic surgery center Marina ManLand has joined some retailers in presenting its businesses as a guy thing.

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Byline Sideline

ADVERTISING: Agencies produce digital, print magazines to tout content-creation skills to clients.

Agencies take a page from publishing and produce magazines to show off knack for content creation.

City Brought Meat to Table

San Gabriel lobbied hotel for steakhouse as part of push to diversify dining.

Development: San Gabriel has so many Chinese restaurants it told a hotelier to make room for a steakhouse.

Travel Has Vintage Appeal

When Grant Kirkpatrick, partner at architecture firm Kirkpatrick Architects in Marina del Rey, decided to make his four-acre plot of land in Paso Robles into a vineyard seven years ago, his wife, Shaya, had an idea.

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