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Silicon Beach Report March 27: Faraday Future Cancels Plans to Build Assembly Factory in California

Faraday Future cancels plans to build assembly factory in California, Snap Inc. stock jumps after underwriters give company ‘buy’ rating, and Nasdaq threatens to drop Global Eagle over delayed SEC filing.

Silicon Beach Report March 24: SpaceX Plans to Relaunch Used Falcon 9 Rocket Next Week

SpaceX plans to relaunch used rocket next week, Black Tux to open showrooms in six Nordstrom stores, and Lions Gate has ‘helluva good day’ with Power Rangers video game launch.

Black Tux to Open Showrooms in Six Nordstrom Stores

Online tux rental service Black Tux plans to open six showrooms inside Nordstrom department stores, starting with a location in Mission Viejo.

Hiring Service Offers Insider’s Edge to Job Seekers

EMPLOYMENT: Network of Purple Squirrel works to link current staffers, candidates.

The perfect job candidate is so hard to find that the human resources industry has a term for the rare specimen: a purple squirrel.

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Software, Hardware by Apium Controls Submarine, Aircraft Swarms

Group Effort

Apium hopes to gang up on the drone industry with its swarm software and hardware.

Silicon Beach Report March 23: FreedomPop Launches Free Family Cell Phone Plan

FreedomPop launches free family cellphone plan, Oaktree sells stake in tronc back to company, and Jam City eyes late 2017 or early 2018 IPO.

Silicon Beach Report March 22: Job-Hunting Advice Network Raises $2.7M

Job hunting advice network raises $2.7 million, content management service Edlio acquires app Sangha, and entertainment content startup Pocketwatch raises $6 million.

Silicon Beach Report March 21: Hootsuite Acquires Snapchat Analytics Tool from Naritiv

Hootsuite acquires Snapchat analytics tool from Naritiv, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies begins construction on pod, and FilmOn loses cable broadcasting appeal.

Silicon Beach Report March 20: SpaceX Studying Mars Mission Landing Sites

SpaceX studying Mars mission landing sites, Snap Inc. gets first buy rating from Wall Street firm, and Two Bit Circus develops VR and motion simulator.

New CEO Comes On Line at Ad Firm

Internet veteran Michael Barrett takes over at Rubicon Project after disappointing projections.

Executive shuffle continues at ad tech firm Rubicon Project after poor first quarter revenue projections.

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