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Business startup chooses trendy California location for ad agency

When opening a business, choosing the best location can be essential to future success. In some cases, the other surrounding businesses play an important role in making a specific location ideal for a new company. One entrepreneur in California took this into consideration when choosing the new location for his business startup company.

California business structure change challenges new CEO

Social media has become a driving force in just about every aspect of society. However, a significant portion of the social media experience for many people is the online games, which were integrated into certain social media websites, such as Facebook. Zynga, which is a maker of popular social online games based in California, has recently been purchased by a former department head at Microsoft. However, the new CEO of Zynga will have several hurdles to overcome, including a challenging business structure change.

Joint venture undergoes business dissolution in California

As the saying goes, two heads are better than one. In business this could be translated as two companies are better than one company. This is why many companies end up working together on joint ventures in order to bring a new product or service to the market, while capitalizing on each company's unique expertise, influence or market advantages. This is what one California company had aimed to do when it teamed up with an overseas company in order to bring new food products to the marketplace. Unfortunately, the two companies were ultimately unable to see eye-to-eye on a variety of key issues, which resulted in a business dissolution.

Tribe challenges court ruling in contract dispute in California

Native American tribes are considered sovereign entities that reside within the U.S. borders. This makes their relationship with U.S. laws somewhat ambiguous, since they are in many ways required to comply with some regulations from the U.S. government, while in other ways they are not. However, the Chukchansi tribe in California waived their sovereign immunity in order to employ the manager of their casino and hotel, which means they could be liable to a lawsuit filed by the manager in a contract dispute.

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