Fri.Feb 23, 2018

Change The Way You Negotiate

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A version of this article previously appeared Forbes. Entrepreneurs have to be wily in all of their transactions, especially long-term commitments, such as property leases.

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DroneBase Nets $12M in VC Funds, Expands Augmented Reality Feature

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Online drone services firm begins testing AR

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Cornerstone's DisasterReady.org Aims To Help In Syrian Crisis

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DisasterReady.org , the online learning site created by Santa Monica-based Cornerstone OnDemand and its nonprofit arm, the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, is pitching in to help address what the Cornerstone calls "one of the worst humanitarian crises in recent time".

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Pasadena’s New Profile

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Academia, Fortune 500 companies and tech, aerospace, biotech and engineering businesses mix in Pasadena

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Intellisense Spins Out Of Physical Optics Corporation

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Torrance-based Physical Optics Corporation (POC), a military, defense, and security integrator, said this morning that it has spun off a new company called Intellisense Systems, Inc. According to POC, Intellisense Systems will also be based in Torrance, and will employ 83 people, with $24M in revenues. Intellisense said it will engineer, design, develop, test and produce sensor systems and optoelectronic solutions for the U.S. Government and commercial markets.

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Snap's Evan Spiegel Pulls Down Massive $637.8M Paycheck In 2017

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Evan Spiegel , the CEO of Venice, California-based Snap Inc. , the parent company of Snapchat , was paid $637.8M in compensation in 2017, in combined stock options and salary--the third highest CEO payout ever , according to Reuters. Spiegel's big payday was split between $636.6M in stock-based awards, plus $1.2M in salary. The details on Spiegel's big payout were revealed in its 10-K filing on Thursday. READ MORE>>. snap snapchat evan spiegel paycheck snapinc social networking

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Vision Esports Snags $38M From Sports Teams, Invests In 3 Esports Companies

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Beverly Hills-based Vision Esports has raised $38M in a funding round, and said it invested in 3 Esports companies--Echo Fox, Twin Galaxies and Vision Entertainment. Vision Esports said its funding round was led by Evolution Media (backed by the Creative Artists Agency, CAA) and TPG Growth, and also included a number of organizations and athletes from the professional sports field, including Odell Beckham Jr., the New York Yankees, the St.

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