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From Nasty Gal to Girlboss: Sophia Amoruso's new digital media firm lands $1.2 million investment

Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso is boosting her efforts to grow Girlboss Media, armed with $1.2 million and a raft of new hires aimed at building out the digital media firm. Girlboss Media held its inaugural event in March with the first Girlboss Rally, a one-day conference in downtown Los Angeles...
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