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Taking Stock

Onestop Internet tracks shops’ items online, in stores

Onestop looks to link up shops’ online and brick-and-mortar sales and inventory.

Boutique Eyes New Business With Mink Lashes

BEAUTY: Blinkbar looks to pricey extensions to help bolster expansion plan.

Mink stole. Mink coat. Mink lashes?

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Tourism Drive

Malls put money on drawing Chinese visitors.

Some L.A. malls work to make sure they are on the map as stops for Chinese bus tours.

Soda Maker Throws Mixer Into Mix

Zevia sees tonic water as means to extend reach of brand.

Soda company Zevia looks to get business bubbling with its branded tonic water.

Offering Different Look at Haiti

Bryn Mooser’s love for Haiti runs deep.

Digital Media Firm Gets Creative With Pickups

MARKETING: Zealot says two acquisitions will boost content-creation business.

Venice digital media company Zealot Networks has been on a shopping spree this year.

Alterations Shop Sows Big Goal

Stitch sees silver lining in becoming national chain for tailoring services.

Alterations shop Stitch tailors its business for nationwide expansion.

Immigrant Entrepreneurs: Gunjan Bagla

Foreign-born business owners talk about how they sowed success by putting down roots in Los Angeles.

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Restaurateur Looks to Add Consulting to Plate

DINING: Umami founder Adam Fleischman channels physics into new venture.

Umami Burger founder Adam Fleischman serves up a consulting business with a side of ‘continuum physics.’

Graffiti Artists Paint Fashion Brand as Scofflaw

fashion: Muralists add retailers to suit over alleged use of work in products.

Italian fashion brand Roberto Cavalli, as well as retailers Amazon.com, Nordstrom and Zappos.com, are headed to court to face off against some unlikely opponents: a group of L.A. graffiti artists.

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