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If you love tech and the business of tech, then 2013 should be a very interesting year. We’ll find out whether Marissa Mayer can keep the momentum going at Yahoo and whether the Web dinosaurs Myspace and Digg can successfully reinvent themselves....
Gov. Jerry Brown ought to cut his Texas brother, Rick Perry, a little slack. Texas Gov. Perry arrived in the Golden State this week trolling for California businesses he could poach and carry home with him in his saddlebags. His trip here comes on the...
Booking appointments is one of life's pesky hassles. Your favorite restaurant never seems to pick up the phone and doesn't use OpenTable, your massage therapist prefers calls but your hair stylist prefers texts, your yoga studio uses its own online...
Viddy, a Los Angeles startup that has been described as the Instagram of video, has fired chief executive Brett O'Brien and is now looking for his replacement. The 42-million-member mobile video social network said O'Brien, who co-founded the company...
WASHINGTON -- Only about three out of ten investment bankers think new federal rules intended to encourage startups have led to more initial public offerings, according to poll results released Tuesday. The findings from BDO, an accounting and...
Last month, the Los Angeles Times sat down with Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett-Packard, to discuss her first 15 months on the job. The story from that interview ran earlier this month. The interview came just a few weeks after HP announced that it had...
What's the future of L.A.'s economy? That's a question that should be at the center of this year's mayoral campaign. Key to that discussion should be recognition that Los Angeles, despite all its economic problems, is an increasingly prominent home to the...
Got an idea for a food or farm startup? Local Food Lab, a Palo Alto-based incubator offering food and farm entrepreneurs the resources and knowledge needed to successfully launch new businesses, will be offering a six-week accelerator program in Palo Alto...
Tags: Business, Food Industry
As shipments go, it was routine — about half a ton of supplies — except it was delivered by the first commercial flight to the International Space Station. SpaceX partnered with NASA in this new model, the brainchild of Elon Musk, who's behind...
Google has acquired Wildfire, a marketing start-up that uses social media to connect brands with consumers. Created four years ago, Wildfire says its vision is "to change the way the world markets." The platform enables brands to manage their pages,...
The birthrate for new businesses in the U.S. is sliding, down to an anemic 8% in recent years from 13% in the heady 1980s. That’s the lowest point on record, according to a Census Bureau analysis released this week, partially funded by the Ewing...
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