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GumGum Makes Images Profitable for Publishers

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He began programming courses at UCLA while in high school and went on to earn a B.S. Buying Google keywords will be popular and expensive.

Some Thoughts on Branding Startups and Communities

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Let my try those for Los Angeles as an example: Second largest city in America with 13 million people. ” That always stuck with me.

Vision, School, & Work | Interview with Jim Farley CMO Ford Motors

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mention my worries to Jim, with Google-acquired Waze in mind. Are you going to be able to get there at 8 for his Keynote speech?” Enjoy!

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The Talent Tourniquet | Making Los Angeles Startup Friendly

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One of the hotter topics at the last  Silicon Beach Fest (SBF) in Santa Monica was the exodus of homegrown tech talent. And for good reason.

Can You Really Build a Great Tech Firm Outside Silicon Valley?

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Let me use LA as an example. We have world-class universities like Caltech, UCLA, USC and more. Los Angeles. million in SF Bay Area ).

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Product Manager Entrepreneur Mark Geller

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There is a reason that companies like Google and Apple are notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to communicating their product strategy and roadmap.

Unbucket: Planning Your Life With Friends, with Elliot Darvick

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Brian has a deep background in programming and also a law degree from UCLA. What is Unbucket? What's your background? Where's the service now?

Want to Start a Technology Company in LA?

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You don’t have a pool of thousands of Google engineers to hire when they’re ready to leave the mother ship. Los Angeles. Expect it.

Interview with Cramster.com

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Aaron Hawkey: Essentially, the company was built off an idea I had in college. I was an electrical engineer, and had a tough time at UCLA getting access to resources I needed. built a piece of software to help find solutions and examples, categorized by textbook, and after I graduated in 2001, I figured it could help other students.