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The Yo-Yo Life of a Tech Entrepreneur – A Cautionary Tale

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Except that after the acquisition required that I commute more than an hour each way from Palo Alto to San Francisco. Good luck.

Interview with Ken Rutkowski, The Founder Institute


Ken Rutkowski is the man making happen here. As President of the L.A. What do participants get out of the Founder Institute? Ken Rutkowski: $600.

Interview with Ramit Varma, Revolution Prep


Some of the biggest school districts, including LA Unified, San Diego, and Oakland all use our software. How did Revolution Prep start?

Interview with Albert Ko,


One of the types of startups we see most of nowadays, are private sale, limited time bargain, and local group buying startups. What's next for you?

Interview with Paul Gloger, Rockoco


We caught up with Paul Gloger, the firm's CEO, to learn more about the technology and company. Thanks for chatting today. candidate, George Maltezos.

Overland Storage Expands Channel Efforts


Among the firm's additional channel benefits are business development funds, discounts on evaluation units, and training. READ MORE>>.

Iomega Wins U.S. Ski Team


San Diego-based Iomega , the data storage firm which is now a subsidiary of EMC, revealed this morning that the firm is powering the network attached storage (NAS) devices for the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA), the parent organization for the U.S. Ski Team and U.S. Snowboarding.

63 Los Angeles Entrepreneurs To Be Proud Of

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Edo Cohen co-founded Flipswap, Inc in 2004 and SeeVolution in 2010. She just spoke at TED EX in San Diego. San Francisco.

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Jitterbug Buys Mobiwatch


San Diego-based Jitterbug , which operates a wireless service aimed at seniors and others, said today that it has acquired MobiWatch , a developer of mobile, personal emergency response services. According to Jitterbug, it will offer a mobile personal emergency response service (M-PERS) based on MobiWatch's products in late 2010.

Interview with Jason Howe, CEO of Awarepoint


San Diego-based Awarepoint ( is a developer of systems for tracking hospital assets, patients, and doctors, using RFID tags.