Subrina Hudson

Reporter (Wealthiest Angelenos & Apparel)

Email: shudson@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 251

Recent Stories

Mobile Ad Firm Mobile Majority Moves on Location Intelligence

ACQUISITION: Both sides trumpet deal as means to improve service to clients.

The ad industry is still seeing a number of mergers and acquisitions with many of the bigger players gobbling up smaller firms.

Pot Consultant Builds on Buzz

Glendale cannabis consultancy Siva Enterprises has seen business light up after passage of Proposition 64.

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Santa Monica a Beachhead for Beijing Agency

ADVERTISING: Hylink’s new office will aid clients on both sides of Pacific.

Beijing’s Hylink sets up in Santa Monica to shore up businesses in the United States and overseas.

Floravere Hitches Wedding Gowns to Online Sales Strategy

INTERNET: Engaged Online

Floravere looks to retailor the wedding dress business through online sales.

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Label Intends to Slip More Women Into Denim

FASHION: Good American sews up backing for jeans from Khloe Kardashian.

Los Angeles is a haven for denim labels, and one newly launched brand is already breaking the mold.

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Creative Influence

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.

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.

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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.

SPECIAL REPORT: Cory Hathaway

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

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.

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