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NFL Returns to Los Angeles After Two Decades

What: NFL owners voted on Tuesday to move the St. Louis Rams back to Los Angeles, the city they called home for nearly 50 years. Why it matters: The move to Inglewood is to cost the Rams a reported US$550 million relocation fee. The league will benefit greatly from a return to a city that prizes celebrity and […]


Sensis Opens New Office in Texas, Merges with K. Fernandez Marketing

What: After merging with K. Fernandez Marketing of San Antonio, cross-cultural agency Sensis is opening  an office in Austin today March 2.K. Fernandez Marketing Founder, Karla Fernandez Parker has been appointed  Sensis’ managing director of Texas. Why it matters: The Texas office is Los Angeles-based Sensis’  fourth office after Washington DC, Atlanta and Los Angeles. Texas offers exponential returns and […]


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