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San Diego’s KnuEdge, Stealthy Since 2005, Unveils Neural Tech

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KnuEdge says its software makes the security of human voice-based biometrics possible in noisy, real-world environments.

How the Seed-Stage VC Trend Began, The Downsides of Unicorns & Much More

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Another thing that may interest you is how we VCs think about our own funding activities and Jeff and I discussed this in the interview.

Kerri Pollard Discloses Commission Junction’s Secret Weapon: Humble Confidence And A Healthy Dose Of Passionate Conviction

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Over the course of 2004 and 2005, we actually merged Be Free and Commission Junction together. . When I look back on my own career.

Success, Santa Barbara Style: Patagonian Sexwax With A Side Order of UGGS

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Throughout the 1990’s, Wardog and Deb financed their water sport activities by testing surfing products and selling their unique Wardog surf fins.

TZ Presents 2013 Startup Forecast

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TechZulu is excited to invite you to the 2013 Startup and Entrepreneurial Forecast taking place on Thursday Jan. 24 7pm at  The ROC  in Santa Monica.

Interview with Steve Jillings, TeleSign

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They started in January of 2005. To learn more, we caught up with Steve. For those folks, can you describe what TeleSign does?

Announcing a Deal I’ve Wanted to Talk About for a Year

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first met Ethan in 2005. I was preparing to move back to the US from London after 11 years abroad. And we wanted a head of global marketing.

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Understanding Changes in the Software & Venture Capital Industries

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Every startup I knew in 2005 (when I started my second company) was using this. Rewind. Open-Source Software & Horizontal Computing. Amazon.

StoryBots And The Future of Learning,With Gregg Spiridellis, JibJab

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We also have an activity center, when parents can download printables. Gregg Spiridellis: We were producing viral video hits in 2005.

REACH | Disruptive Technologies Impacting the Future of Gaming [Live]

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From 1997 through 2005, Robin was a marketing executive and general manager at PepsiCo.   Make sure to tune in! Time : 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

Gene Dolgoff's 3D Vision: Using Crowdfunding To Turn the World 3D

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By late 2005 and 2006, we saw the return of 3D movies, made possible by the digital projectors. Tell us about your project? Fascinating story.

Surveying SoCal's M&A Landscape, with David Siemer

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We don''t spend a lot of time there, except that we''re active investors and bankers who are affected by what''s happening in the IPO market.

Interview with Elizabeth Amini, Anti-Aging Games

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We felt we'd have more impact over time, if we instead focused on people who are one generation younger, still working, and are active. Thanks!

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How to Develop Your Fund Raising Strategy

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raised money as an entrepreneur, like you, in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005 for two different companies. Raising money is hard. Call high.

StoryBots And The Future of Learning,With Gregg Spiradellis, JibJab

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We also have an activity center, when parents can download printables. Gregg Spiradellis: We were producing viral video hits in 2005.

DailyD Gets $5.0M

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Coffin's last startup, LowerMyBills, was sold to Experian Interactive in 2005 for $330M plus earnout; he is also an active angel investor in Southern California, with stakes in ThisWeekIn, Ad.ly, Rubicon Project, Docstoc, and other prominent local Internet firms. Split Rock was the venture firm which backed LowerMyBills. READ MORE>>.

A Few Key People Really Can Make a Huge Difference

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This article originally ran on TechCrunch.  I’m in Seattle this week. really liked BigDoor, MediaPiston, OpsCode, BuddyTV, SEOMoz and much more.

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Equity Compensation: A 6 Point Primer on Creative Service Fees

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Charlie eventually sold those shares for $26 million when he left the business in 2005, which meant he earned $4.3 Valuation. Dilution.

Its BlogWorld Time! Los Angeles Get Ready!

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Lisa Stone co-founded BlogHer in 2005 with Elisa Camahort Page and Jory Des Jardins. Red Bull gives wings to people who want to be mentally and physically active and have a zest for life. BlogWorld and New Media Expo 2011 comes to Los Angeles and its finally here. Make sure to tune in for all the live action. Justine Ezarik (a.k.a.

ELC Technologies Acquired By Pourzanjani, Rahmat

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Pourzanjani founded PriceGrabber and sold it to Experian in 2005 for $485M, and is among one of the active angel investors in Los Angeles. ELC is the firm behind startups RightScale, RightCart, and RightSignature, and also provides technology consulting and development to other companies. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Equity Compensation: A 6 Point Primer on Creative Service Fees

From the Venture Trenches

Charlie eventually sold those shares for $26 million when he left the business in 2005, which meant he earned $4.3 According to a report by Ernst & Young  ”Although VC-backed activity increased, (in 2010) the median time from initial VC financing to an IPO exit remains long. million for each year he worked at the start-up. 2.

63 Los Angeles Entrepreneurs To Be Proud Of

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He previously led business development for Affiliate Fuel, leading to its acquisition by Experian in 2005. Weekly. Idea Mensch. About. Events.

Internet Brands Brisco: Deal Will Allow More Focus On Long Term Growth

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The firm changed its name to Internet Brands in June of 2005, and hit the markets with its IPO in November of 2007. Internet Brands had gone public just three years ago. The firm was originally known as CarsDirect, the automotive buying site of Idealab, and was headed by Scott Painter--who is now head of both Zag Automotive and TrueCar.

Seth Sternberg – Meebo

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In 2005, Meebo started connected users across other websites. “But Mark, isn’t it one big time suck?&#. Awesome. They look at data.

LowerMyBills' Coffin Joins Venture Firm

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Matt Coffin , the founder of Los Angeles-based LowerMyBills and an active angel investor in Southern California, has joined venture capital firm Split Rock Partners as a Venture Advisor, the venture firm said this week. Split Rock was an investor in LowerMyBills, which Coffin sold to Experian in 2005 for $380M.

Core Innovation Capital's Quest To Find Finance Innovation, With Arjan Schutte

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Arjan Schutte: I''ve been investing in this space since 2005, and consistently, fifty percent of our dealflow is from California. Thanks!

ACG Los Angeles Business Conference

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Now in its 12th year, the ACG Los Angeles Business Conference is the premier West Coast event focusing on corporate finance and MandA activity for middle-market companies. Wednesday, September 16, 2009 -- ACG Los Angeles Business Conference. See [link].

ACG Los Angeles Business Conference

SoCal Tech Calendar

Now in its 12th year, the ACG Los Angeles Business Conference is the premier West Coast event focusing on corporate finance and MandA activity for middle-market companies. Tuesday, September 15, 2009 -- ACG Los Angeles Business Conference. See [link].

EA Mobile Targets Amazon's Kindle

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EA Mobile came out of EA's acquisition of Los Angeles based Jamdat in 2005. No details on which titles would first appear on the Kindle.

Its BlogWorld Time! Los Angeles Get Ready!

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Lisa Stone co-founded BlogHer in 2005 with Elisa Camahort Page and Jory Des Jardins. Red Bull gives wings to people who want to be mentally and physically active and have a zest for life. BlogWorld and New Media Expo 2011 comes to Los Angeles and its finally here. Make sure to tune in for all the live action. Justine Ezarik (a.k.a.

Brad Feld Drops Knowledge. Here’s What He Said …

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In 2004 / 2005 I was starting to get intrigued with user-generated content. Or, as always, summary notes available below. Brad on blogging.

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Interview with Taher Scherzay, FavRav

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One of the previous companies I worked on we sold to Microsoft in 2005, and I then spent some time at Microsoft to get that company integrated. That's what we're going forward with for the next few months, and then will actively go about raising venture capital. What's the idea behind FavRav? How did you start the business? Thanks!

Interview with Zac Brandenberg, Meteor Games

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They created Neopets, brought it to the US, helped it grow, and eventually sold it to Viacom in 2005. What's the story behind Meteor Games?

Oversee Resolves SnapNames Lawsuits

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Los Angeles-based Oversee.net , the operator of Internet marketing and domain monetization services, said today with subsidiary SnapNames that they have resolved two lawsuits filed as a result of a former employee's improper bidding activity. SnapNames collects and auctions off expiring and expired domain names to the highest bidder.

TechZulu Partners with meebo!

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HUBkap allows you to: Plan - Create, manage and communicate all your daily activities with the people that matter most - all on one calendar.

Top 29 Startup Posts May 2010

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prefer instead to divide it according to the mindset of users: whether or not they are actively looking to purchase something (i.e. Do fewer structured activities. 2. Kathy Sierra at Business of Software 2009 - Business of Software Blog , May 4, 2010 "In the old days, getting customers was easy. You could just outspend. Solution.

Interview with Jerry Fitch, Teridian Semiconductor

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Jerry Fitch: The business management team at Golden Gate Capital bought Teridian in 2005. There's similar activity internationally.

SoCal Venture Totals Slip, But IT Shines

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billion in 554 deals, invested -- the lowest quarter since 2005. For the quarter, the most active industries after IT were Healthcare, with $96.11M in investments in the quarter; followed by Industrial Goods and Materials, with $36.49M in investment; closely followed by Business and Financial Services, with $32.0M invested.

Interview with Peter Lee, Baroda Ventures

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He was basically active investing until 2004 and 2005, and then started getting much more involved in the non-profit space. In the last couple of weeks, we've started to ramp up, and are actively looking at new investments. You mention the firms who aren't as active--and with funds going away, not yet raising money, etc.--where

Guide to the LA Startup Community

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It was acquired by Experian in 2005 for $330M. It also was acquired by Experian in 2005. It filed for an IPO on August 6th. CoLoft !