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

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Ten Tech Entrepreneurs Who Are Putting LA on the Map

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Coffin sold in 2005 for 300 million and took that money into the Los Angeles startup sector. socaltech socal socalcto

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A Few Key People Really Can Make a Huge Difference

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In LA we have SoCalTech , for which I am grateful. This article originally ran on TechCrunch. I’m in Seattle this week. No Dave S. =

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Reflections on 2016: Rob Freelen, Silicon Valley Bank


Silicon Valley Bank is big supporter and has been a sponsor of socaltech for many, many years. Since joining SVB in 2005, Rob has led debt transactions for more than 100 public and private companies. Here, we have the thoughts of Rob Freelen of Silicon Valley Bank ( You can see all of our holiday reflections here.

Pluggedin Media Looks For Buyer


The firm's chairman, Brett O'Brien, told socalTECH that, contrary to other reports, the firm is not shutting down, but that they are in the process of selling the company. "We O'Brien is one of the co-founders of Xdrive, which was sold to AOL in 2005. O'Brien said, in explaining the move. READ MORE>>.

This Week in VC Episode 6 with @Jason Calacanis: Best One Yet

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Criteo was founded in 2005 in France; now based in Palo Alto, CA. We just had our sixth episode of #TWiVC and I felt this one was the best.