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Downtown Investor Caught in Laundering Sweep

A downtown L.A. investor who recently purchased a prominent South Park development site was among those arrested last week when federal agents raided the Fashion District in connection with an alleged money-laundering scheme for international drug cartels.

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Northrop Aims to Land Big One

Aerospace: Winning bid for spacecraft could lift entire sector.

A winning bid by Northrop Grumman to develop a space plane could help the local industry take wing.

Northrop Aims to Land Big One

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to build an unmanned plane that can fly into space and land back on Earth, and Northrop Grumman Corp. and its partners are trying to figure out how to do it.

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Picture This: Paid Assistant to Snap Your Shots

Travel: Bruvion’s service for vacation photographers costs clients $500 a day.

Travel: Bruvion develops picture-taking service where clients pay photographers to join them on vacation.

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On Move

Boingo Wireless Chief Executive David Hagan has real connection with racing vintage cars.

Interview: Boingo Wireless’ David Hagan likes to disconnect from running mobile networks by racing cars.

New Massage Apps Hope to Rub Users Right Way

Technology: Pair of businesses help customers order in therapists.

It’s becoming a lot easier to get a professional massage in Los Angeles.

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Different Tune

Your Music gives crowdfunders slice of song profits

Your Music cues up a new model for crowdfunding artists offering a slice of profits for small investors.

Text Exec Sends Message

Dez White, founder of free ephemeral messaging app Invisible Text, is excited to head to New York this month to kick off her work with the Clinton Global Initiative.

Different Tune

L.A. pop artist Georgia Jane can thank her grandfather for helping kick-start her professional music career – one that has turned out to be groundbreaking and, so far, unique.

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Retro Draw

ARCHITECTURE: Late Richard Neutra’s former office to serve as museum for L.A.-synonymous style.

Richard Neutra’s son has designs on turning his and his late architect father’s former office into a museum.

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