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Amazon said Monday that it is adding 150,000 seasonal jobs to bolster the ranks of its operations network during the busy holiday season.

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Cornerstone OnDemand, the Santa Monica–based learning and talent management software company, is shaking things up. Shareholders approved on Tuesday a $5.2 billion deal to take the company private.

In an all-cash transaction, Clearlake Capital Group (also based in Santa Monica) takes ownership of the company through a combination of equity and debt, buying the outstanding shares at $57.50 per share.

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Virtual avatar company Genies wants to be the go-to option for online personas and it's targeting the wealth of talent and seasoned executives from the area's biggest tech firm, Snap Inc., to help make that goal a reality.

Genies' latest hire from the Venice-based social camera company is George "YJ" Tu, a former senior engineer who worked on its Snapchat app and Spectacles camera glasses. Prior to working at Snap, Tu worked for three and a half years as a senior engineer at Facebook and specialized in developing the company's mobile infrastructure.

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