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Fast chat with L.A-based Science about its third exit this year (and more)

It’s been a good week for Science, a five-year-old, L.A.-based startup studio that’s known for both funding nascent startups and incubating them, including FameBit, a three-year-old outfit that helps marketers connect with digital influencers and which sold on Wednesday to Google. Science was the majority owner. FameBit was the firm’s third exit of the year… Read More
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