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Entertainment Software Firm Attracts $17 Million Investment

Ease Entertainment Services, a maker of software for managing a studio’s payroll and controlling various aspects of a film or TV production, has received a $17 million investment from Bison Capital Partners. This marks the first outside investment for the Beverly Hills firm founded by Mike Rose, a long-time multimedia executive for the Los Angeles Times. He said the investment will allow Ease to further develop its technology.

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