Congratulations to Team Rubicon on a Successful IPO

CROSSING THE HUDSON, RUBICON PROJECT HAS SUCCESSFUL IPO On Tuesday, the Rubicon Project (NYS: RUBI) raised approximately $!00 million with its initial public offering that was seen as not only a validation for the company and its founder Frank Addante, but also for the ad tech industry as a whole. Rubicon’s success begins with its founder, who…

Ocean Ave: Latest Buzz on Silicon Beach

The Latest Buzz on Silicon Beach Silicon Beach continues to get a lot of buzz both locally and across the country. The third Silicon Beach Fest has been set for June 18-21, 2014.  Below is the promo for SB2. L.A. Story: Santa Monica Takes the Startup World by Storm According to Built in Los Angeles,…

Hizzoner 2.0: Mayor Garcetti Pushes for Gigabit Broadband, Cyber Security as Part of Tech Focused Administration

HIZZONER 2.0: Mayor Garcetti Is Using Technology to Redefine His Office and the City  After only three months in office, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is busy redefining what it means to be a big city Mayor in the 21st century and technology is at the center of this effort with major initiatives in cybersecurity…

Silicon Beach Fest: Startups and Celebs

Silicon Beach Fest, the four-day tech and entertainment festival, promoting the fast-growing entrepreneurial community in the greater Los Angeles area, got into full gear today.  One panel of note was the discussion of Start Ups and Celebrities which outlined the number of ways celebrities can boost a startup from credibility, followers and capital.  This comes…

UCLA’s Assets Digital Profiles Silicon Beach

  SURFING SILICON BEACH west l.a.’s swelling tech scene has made it an alluring home base for new startups Link But things began to change a few years ago. Bob Foster (’65, 100 Inspirational Alumni), who teaches High Technology Management at UCLA Anderson, explains that smart phones and tablet computers were partly responsible for changing…

Next on CLBR: Silicon Beach and Lawyers Behaving Badly

Featuring Popehat’s Ken White and DigitalLA’s Kevin Winston. NEWS Federal Court Opens ADA Floodgates to Streaming Video Content A Massachusetts federal judge has held that streaming video is subject to Americans with Disabilities Act in rejecting Neftlix motion to dismiss claim by National Association of Deaf that failing to close caption streaming video violates the…