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Early iterations of now famous tech startups are almost unrecognizable.
The non-profit which employs former gang members is now selling a selection of food products at Ralphs and Food 4 Less chains.
Homeboy Industries' mission is to create jobs for former L.A. gang members. Now with a forward-thinking CEO and high-profile licensing and distribution deals, Homeboy is taking good works to an even greater business level.
Apple's purchase of Topsy rounds out what has been a busy year of acquisitions by the consumer-electronics giant.
Long known for its pasta and bread sticks, Olive Garden is serving up a new Italian twist on an American classic.
Dispop sources click-worthy banner-ad proposals from a network of designers.
The Food and Drug Administration said the popular genetics testing kits are being sold without 'marketing clearance or approval.'
Recent comments from a congressman in New Jersey are an example of how some regulatory schemes are downright scary.
Like Sony's PlayStation 4, Xbox One sales exceed one million in first 24 hours.
Microsoft has taken its year-long campaign against Google to the next level, selling "Scroogled"-branded merchandise on its website.
The Los Angeles branding firm Ferroconcrete designed a clean but bold reusable pouch for Kusin & Kusin's odor eliminating pet wipes.
The daily-deal site has added a new category to its repertoire that includes digital coupons, promotion codes, giveaways and samples.
Last month, Twitter changed its direct-messaging options. It has now decided it wasn't such a good idea and is reverting back to its old ways.
The online data-storage company is reportedly looking to raise $250 million in the next few weeks, seeking a valuation of about $8 billion.
Amid much criticism, Foursquare is mounting an offense that has many in the startup world sitting up and taking notice.
The leagues said they'll take their programming elsewhere if the live TV internet streaming service is allowed to continue its operations.
Brands have paraded A-listers out front as spokespeople for ages, but in recent years they've been joining as investors. Here, we examine when it works and what entrepreneurs should keep in mind as they team up with celebs.
With Coin, a person can consolidate this or her wallet into one, simple, digital card.
Yes, the tech geniuses at Google are at it again.
An inside look at the tech giant's 2.8-million-square-foot hub called Campus 2.
Google Chrome users can now quickly identify which of their open browser tabs is playing video or music.
French Fry Heaven feeds an insatiable demand for fries and franchises.
For marketers looking to get their hands on millennials, they need to be smart about how to approach this generation.
Subscription-commerce business The Honest Company has just closed a round of funding for expansion and growth.
A mention on Oprah's Favorite Things list used to be golden for businesses. But with her list now only in magazine format, is the same still true?
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