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Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum News 1 about how Ntwrk, a video-driven online and mobile shopping platform, is successfully leveraging old school, high-sense-of-urgency sales tactics popularized by companies like QVC in combination with modern influencers, celebrities and technology to market a range of products.

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Kilroy Looks to Hollywood, Tech

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Molina Hit by Big Loss

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FinTech Firm Adds Banking

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Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum News 1 about how Ntwrk, a video-driven online and mobile shopping platform, is successfully leveraging old school, high-sense-of-urgency sales tactics popularized by companies like QVC in combination with modern influencers, celebrities and technology to market a range of products.

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The nation’s two busiest ports saw imports plummet in September when a range of Chinese goods were hit with a 15% tariff. Imports dropped 14% in September — the worst decline in more than a year.
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Stamps.com CEO Kenneth McBride said the company is pursuing new partnerships.

Stamps.com Revenue Dips in Third Quarter

El Segundo-based online postage supplier Stamps.com Inc. reported third-quarter revenue of $136.2 million, down 5%.
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Los Angeles Business Journal Podcast
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Activision Exceeds Earnings Expectations

Santa Monica-based Activision Blizzard Inc. reported third-quarter revenue of $1.2 billion.

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The Los Angeles Business Journal is proud to reveal the rankings of the top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies. This 23rd annual event will host the CEOs and executives of those private companies that are exhibiting the highest revenue growth in the Los Angeles area.
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