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Snapchat reportedly preparing for $25 billion initial public offering, Reaction Commerce raises $2.7 million, Rubicon Project hires Google executive as chief product officer, and more.
Snap Inc. is reportedly preparing for a $25 billion initial public offering of its stock this March.
DogVacay expects profitability next year, Boeing vows to beat SpaceX to Mars, and Honest Co. allegedly makes it difficult to cancel subscriptions.
Fisker relaunches his electric car brand, Disney rumored to be looking at Netflix acquisition, MTV to make shows for Snapchat, and more.
Famed car designer Henrik Fisker has launched a new electric car company named Fisker Inc. in Los Angeles.
Faraday Future signs supply agreement with LG Chem, SpaceX runs down all rocket explosion leads, including sabotage, and WhatsApp pushes Snapchat-like feature.
As part of an effort to run down every lead in its Falcon 9 rocket explosion investigation, Space Exploration Technologies Corp. is reportedly looking into sabotage, possibly by its rival United Launch Alliance.
Honest Co. to drop disputed ingredient from laundry detergent, Event Farm acquires Attend, and native virtual reality ad startup Vertebrae raises $10 million.
ArbiClaims pitches speedy online deliberation as alternative to state’s crowded courtrooms
ArbiClaims believes it has settled on a successful strategy in providing speedy online arbitration
ENERGY: Tesla’s batteries drive SoCal Edison’s plan for Mira Loma facility.
Tesla’s battery plant for SoCal Edison is part of a wider industry push to put more into storage.
Deals of the Week: A look at the companies that signed on the dotted line last week
Russian private aviation holding company CJSC S7 Group’s purchase of Sea Launch, a rocket launch company that operates out of the Port of Long Beach, is making waves in the Southern California aerospace industry, with a legal challenge by the Boeing Co. and concerns about the Russian company’s involvement.
Legendary Digital launching paid streaming service, Adam Carolla launches car maintenance management app, and Warner Bros. launches slots mobile game with Mario Lopez.
Silicon Beach Report Sept. 28: SpaceX’s Musk: Less Than 5 Percent of Company Working on Mars Mission
SpaceX’s Musk says less than five percent of company working on Mars mission, Telesign joins ‘Lock Down Your Login’ initiative, Tinder starts testing ‘Boost’ feature, and more.
SpaceX’s Elon Musk reveals Mars mission plans, Jukin Media adds marketing division, Peter Guber and investors buys e-sports team.
Snapchat changes its name and unveils sunglasses with camera, Disney in talks to buy Twitter, SpaceX test fires Mars rocket and more.