Interview with Elizabeth Amini, Anti-Aging Games


Elizabeth Amini: I actually ran into him in 2005, when he was a keynote speaker at a conference. We actually wrote the business plan in a business plan class at USC.

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A SoCal native and graduate of both UCLA and USC, Richard Rosenblatt led the growth of MySpace from an unknown to a household name. Coffin sold in 2005 for 300 million and took that money into the Los Angeles startup sector. Follow PandoDaily: Search. Main menu.

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Interview with Brett Crosby and Brew Johnson, PeerStreet


I grew up in Thousand Oaks, went to USC, and we met each other way back in the 90's. I went and started a company called Urchin Software Corporation, which was an early player in Web Analytics, which was acquired by Google in 2005, and then I was at Google for just shy of a decade.

How NinjaThat Taps The Power Of Students For Business Tasks, with Atif Siddiqi


Atif Siddiqi: We've been operating in the college space since 2005. I went to USC, and was doing grad school and my MBA when I met Atish. Do you have a small task (graphic design, page layout, UI) you wish you had someone do, in an affordable way?