Garrett Reim

Reporter (Technology)

Email: GReim@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 232

Recent Stories

Silicon Beach Report Dec. 15: SpaceX launches Dragon on used Falcon 9

SpaceX launches Dragon on used Falcon 9; Cigna acquires Brighter for undisclosed amount; and TrueCar settles lawsuit with car dealer association.

TrueCar Settles Lawsuit with Car Dealer Association

California New Car Dealers Association announced on Thursday that it settled its lawsuit against TrueCar Inc.

Silicon Beach Report Dec. 14: Disney to Gain Control of Hulu after 21st Century Fox Asset Acquisition

Disney to Gain Control of Hulu after 21st Century Fox asset acquisition, TrueCar settles lawsuit with California New Car Dealers Association and Lily raises $2 million for personal stylist.

Silicon Beach Dec. 13: Online Bank Aspiration Raises $47 Million

Online bank Aspiration raises $47 million; Dreamscape Immersive partners with Nickelodeon for virtual reality project; and Sophia Amoruso’s digital media firm Girlboss raises another $2 million.

Silicon Beach Report Dec. 12: Miso Robotics Hires COO to Help Expand Restaurant Installations

Miso Robotics hires COO to help expand restaurant installations; NASA sees equivalent risk of launching used SpaceX rocket booster; and satellite data analysis startup Slingshot Aerospace raised $3.25 million.

Miso Robotics Hires COO to Help Expand Restaurant Installations

Miso Robotics, a maker of burger-flipping robotic arms, announced it has appointed former Yahoo executive Melissa Burghardt as its chief operating officer.

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Silicon Beach Report Dec. 11: Soylent Founder to Step Down from CEO Role

Soylent founder to step down from CEO role; Snapchat is trying to make inroads with advertisers in China; and SpaceX to launch used booster and spacecraft.

Silicon Beach Report Dec. 8: Snapchat Gets Up To $1 Million a Day for Branded Augmented Reality

Snapchat gets up to $1 million a day for branded augmented reality; K1 invests $200 million in SecureAuth; and Disney adds tech execs to board.

Report Lags Reality as Aerospace Sector Shifts

2014-2016 snapshot shows decline in jobs; economist takes broader view

Recent declines in aerospace employment in Los Angeles County could be offset in coming years by growth at innovative startups as well as legacy aerospace firms.

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Industry Standard Sought on Space Cargo

TECHNOLOGY: Satellites behind push for defined units

With more cargo heading into space, one company hopes to standardize how to fit it all into rockets.

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