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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.
The Los Angeles Business Journal brings to you a weekly round-up of the city's latest tech launches.
TrueCar, the Santa Monica company that runs an online car buying platform, reported increased revenue although its net loss deepened.
L.A. startups Whim and Rain are two of 28 companies that have been chosen to join Silicon Valley accelerator 500 Startups.
All Def Digital, a digital media company co-founded by hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, has raised $5 million in a Series A round.
J2 Global, a cloud service and digital media network provider, has acquired email security services provider MXSweep.
Seed&Spark, a crowdfunding and digital distribution platform for independent films, has raised $1 million in seed funding.
Retention Science, a customer retention marketing company, has raised $7 million in a Series A round.
Toggle, which makes a device that allows users to view programming from streaming content provider UltraViolet on their television sets, said it closed a seed round of funding last month. It was also among the second class of graduates of Warner Bros.’ Media Camp accelerator.
Warner Bros. Studios unveiled Monday the six startups that completed its 12-week Media Camp accelerator program, which backs tech companies with a special interest in the media entertainment industry.
Zealot Networks, a digital-first media company and accelerator, launched Monday after securing $25 million in initial funding.