Wed.Jul 03, 2019

Can you name the two most powerful words for business?

Berkonomics

Here’s a puzzle where the answer come first. Help me.”.

Bird investor Upfront Ventures eyes $250M growth fund

TechCrunch LA

Upfront Ventures , a Los Angeles-based venture capital firm, has filed paperwork with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to raise its third growth-stage investment fund.

Silicon Beach Report July 3: Riot Games IBC Award Finalist

L.A. Business Journal

EVConnect Backs Australian Charging Network; Riot Games Finalist for IBC Award; Faraday Future Employees Flee to Rivian

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs Seeking A Balanced Lifestyle

Startup Professionals Musings

I know some entrepreneurs with successful businesses, and others who seem to have a great relationship with their family, but I can’t think of many who have both. Some people would argue that these two successes are mutually exclusive, but I’m not convinced.

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EV Connect To Power EV Charging Network In Australia

socalTECH

Los Angeles-based electric vehicle (EV) charging network operator EV Connnect has put its backing behind a new, Australian startup, Evie Networks , which is looking to create its own network of ultra-fast EV chargers down under. According to EV Connect, it is joining the St Baker Energy Innovation Fund to back Evie Networks, to create an ultra-fast highway charging network in Australia.

USC Viterbi Data Analytics Boot Camp Demo Day

SoCal Tech Calendar

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 -- USC Viterbi Data Analytics Boot Camp Demo Day. The USC Viterbi Data Analytics Boot Camp is the latest non-degree continuing education offering for the Viterbi School, training working professionals on key skills in the field of data analytics.

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The Next Internet: Usability Guru Don Norman Calls for Starting Over

Xconomy

[ Editor’s note: This is part of a series examining the internet’s first 50 years and predicting the next half century. Join Xconomy and World Frontiers Forum on July 16 for Net@50 , an event exploring the internet’s past and future. ]

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D-Link Systems Settles With FTC

socalTECH

Fountain Valley-based networking products developer D-Link Systems said on Tuesday that it has settles with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), over allegations about the company's security practices in its products. According to D-Link, the FTC order "does not find D-Link Systems liable for any alleged violations." The FTC had alleged that D-Link Systems had implemented "inadequate security" in its computer routers and cameras, which "put U.S. consumers' privacy at risk".

Q&A: Providence Exec on Bluetree Acquisition, Trends in Health Tech

Xconomy

Providence St. Joseph Health, a Renton, WA-based organization that operates 51 hospitals and 829 clinics across five US states, announced its latest strategic, IT-focused acquisition last week. The company Providence has agreed to purchase—financial terms aren’t being disclosed— is Bluetree Network , a Madison, WI-based consultancy that works with healthcare providers to install and optimize electronic health records software.

Talk of Broadcom Buyout of Symantec Puts Broader IT Focus Into View

Xconomy

Broadcom is once, twice, three times a multi-billion-dollar dealmaker (well, basically) in the past year if it follows through on its reported talks to acquire Mountain View, CA-based cybersecurity giant Symantec. The potential acquisition, which was first reported Tuesday by Bloomberg citing anonymous sources, represents Broadcom’s continued (NASDAQ: AVGO ) interest in broadening its business beyond semiconductors.