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Rubicon Project chief executive steps down following rough year, Softbank invests in artificial intelligence startup Oben, and Vice Media to produce original Snapchat shows.
Rubicon Project Founder Frank Addante has stepped down from his role as chief executive following an exodus of senior executives at the company over the last month and lowered revenue forecast in the company’s fourth quarter filing released after the market closed on Tuesday.
SpaceX plans to launch a commercial satellite Tuesday morning, Snap Inc. hires former Apple News head to lead its Discover portal, and Snap Inc. building sales team in Germany.
Volvo signs deal for AeroVironment’s EV chargers, Hulu Live TV won’t include Viacom networks, and DirecTV sports fee varies wildly by zip code.
INTERNET: Social Media Giant Not Playing to Make Friends
Snap may have little legal recourse as Facebook scores big with cloned Snapchat features.
TECHNOLOGY: Former Global Crossing chief aims to take on Netflix, Hulu.
Word broke last week that Los Angeles billionaire and former telecommunications mogul Gary Winnick was back in the game, taking a majority stake in startup streaming service Qello.
Silicon Beach Report March 9: Global Crossing Founder Winnick Takes Majority Stake in Streaming Service Qello
Global Crossing founder Winnick takes majority stake in streaming service Qello, Tele-therapy startup iExhale raises $1.86 million, and Snapchat Spectacles shop pops up in Venice.
L.A. billionaire and former telecommunications mogul Gary Winnick has a new tech venture.
Telemedicine startup iExhale announced that it closed a $1.86 million seed round led by New York’s Dorilton Capital on Thursday.
Tinder running members only version of its app, Conversion Logic raises $9 million, and Soylent launches artificially intelligent spokeswomen
Snap Inc. shares fall as short sellers move on the stock, Hyperloop One unveils photos of test track in Nevada, and Two Bit Circus hires theme park executive.
Snap shares fall 12 percent, Disney Research tests robot interaction with children, and Björk to bring VR exhibition to L.A.
Virgin Galactic spins off satellite launch division, NBCUniversal invests $500 million in Snap, and Mediation app Developer Headspace appoints new CEO.
Virgin Galactic of Long Beach has spun off its small-satellite launch division into a new company called Virgin Orbit, according to a statement.
Gamers have become hot commodities as e-sports teams make a play for a bigger audience.