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Yahoo Employees Get Free Lunch, But Not In Santa Monica


The move--which doesn't apply to Yahoo's employees in Santa Monica or elsewhere in Southern California--looks to be the first attempt to shift the culture at Yahoo, which has been battling a lengthy death spiral after a series of CEOs. yahoo santa monica employees free lunch marissa meyerREAD MORE>>.

TZ Presents 2013 Startup Forecast

Tech Zulu Event

24 7pm at  The ROC  in Santa Monica. There will be plenty of  FREE  food and drinks! We have an amazing treat for all you out there.

Here are More Signs that LA Tech is Moving to the Next Level

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Michael Pfau (Santa Barbara … Reicker Pfau). This was 2005 when I had no exits under my belt, no blogs … nobody was looking. And over the past 5 years I have done more deals with and worked with more companies counseled by Dave than any other firm. It was very widely read. It should be: Local; Right-sized; and.

Veteran LA law firm opens a Silicon Beach office and launches a pro-bono “Precelerator”

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Now its simply doing so from a swanky third story ocean view balcony overlooking Santa Monica’s 3rd Street Promenade shopping district. Dangles Free Braces In FamilyFinds Promo


Coffin sold his last company, LowerMyBills, in 2005 for $330M; Winebaum sold for $345M in 2007. READ MORE>>.

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


Santa Monica-based Fundable ( is a newly launched, crowdfunding site which is headed by local entrepreneur Wil Shroter.

Reflections on 2016: Rob Freelen, Silicon Valley Bank


In 2016, our Santa Monica office more than doubled market share of early-stage companies. Though we bank companies large and small around the globe, here in L.A. we're proud to be part of one of the world's most vibrant innovation ecosystems with some of the fastest growing companies and most creative entrepreneurs.

Interview with Todd Jerry, Marmol Radziner


First, explain what your company is all about? Todd Jerry: Marmol Radziner is a leading architecture and construction company. Thanks!

Yahoo Axes

socalTECH , an online service which was started in Los Angeles, and acquired by Yahoo in 2005, is shutting down, according to Yahoo in an announcement over the weekend. Deals, SMS alerts, Yahoo Kids, and more.''s founder posted a long diatribe on Yahoo''s shutdown of his creation Friday. READ MORE>>.

Guide to the LA Startup Community

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What are some examples of successful companies that were started here? It was acquired by Experian in 2005 for $330M. LowerMyBills, Inc.