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Nexicore Services plans to lay off 108 employees at its Simi Valley headquarters, according to a notice filed with the state Employee Development Department.
Jason Calacanis, who runs video startup Inside.com, is renting out extra space at his Culver City office for companies looking for camaraderie.
"Fuse" is a third-person shooter set in a desert base where the U.S. government had been studying a volatile substance called Fuse.
Shares of Capstone Turbine Corp. hit a 52-week high on Tuesday after the Chatsworth company announced that it had received a large microturbine order for a big Manhattan real estate development.
Film firms buy into subscription model.
To the digitally savvy, Netflix and Hulu Plus are synonymous with libraries of movies that can be streamed on demand for a fixed monthly price. YouTube, not so much. That could soon change as film companies jump on a new YouTube business model that allows them to charge monthly subscription fees for their channels.
DreamWorks Animation deal for AwesomenessTV shows drawing power of YouTube as distribution platform.
Atmosphere is changing around SpaceX as it looks to become a steady rocket launcher.
RETAIL: JustFab expands overseas toehold with acquisition of Fab Shoes.
Online vendor JustFab steps up its European presence with latest acquisition.
SECURITY: OSI shares dip after announcement of possible contract woes.
Analysts still see OSI as a safe bet despite U.S. officials’ concerns over the company’s body scanners.
INTERNET: Gigit aims to bring bands and paying jobs together online.
Craigslist ain’t the place to book a band, man.
SPECIAL REPORT: Wealthiest Angelenos
Soaring stocks made up the lion’s share of surging portfolios.
Activity in the L.A. tech sector has been bubbling, but the industry has yet to create the types of billionaires found in Silicon Valley.
The Santa Monica company has created a special network for delivering e-commerce data to computer screens.
Idealab company UberMedia on Wednesday launched UberAds, a mobile advertising platform that seeks to make ads on phones and tablets more relevant to people.
On Tuesday, the Santa Monica company announced that it has become the parent for a line of three mobile services.