A Sacramento trade group representing more than 1,100 of the state’s new car dealers has accused Santa Monica’s TrueCar Inc. of operating as an auto dealer and broker without a license.
L.A.’s new soccer franchise plans to build a new stadium at the site of the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena near USC, team officials announce Monday.
INTERNET: HopSkipDrive, Sloop in drive for kid fares not covered by Uber, Lyft.
Need to get your kids from school to soccer practice in Santa Monica while you’re at work? There are now a pair of services for that – and they’re not named Uber or Lyft, since it is the policy of those companies not to carry passengers under the age of 18.
The tech sector – epitomized by Snapchat’s familiar ghost logo – suddenly dominates the ranks of L.A.’s wealthiest. And a new generation now has the opportunity to reshape the region.
Change has come on line as tech reshapes the list of Wealthiest Angelenos and L.A.’s business scene.
ENTERTAINMENT: Stable of Internet talent to star in AwesomenessTV films.
Online video creator AwesomenessTV pictures a future as a feature film producer.
TECHNOLOGY: Wireless rivals battle to take charge of market.
UBeam’s battle for the wireless phone-charging market dials up talk of the VHS-Betamax war.
Santa Monica video game publisher Activision Blizzard Inc. beat first quarter earnings projections, posting adjusted net income of $116 million (16 cents a share) on revenue of $1.28 billion.
REAL ESTATE: Expanded Jukin’s need for production space complicates hunt.
A year ago, Culver City viral video licensor and distributor Jukin Media employed fewer than 40 people and made do in its 6,500-square-foot headquarters on Jefferson Boulevard.
As the longest tenured photographer working for the National Basketball Association, 57-year-old Andrew Bernstein has seen his share of playoff action.
INTERNET: Developer says Ferris eventually won over Upfront’s Mark Suster.
When music-video director and tech entrepreneur Paul Boukadakis landed a pitch meeting with Upfront Ventures partner Mark Suster in early 2014, he knew it would be a tall order to convince the famed venture capitalist that his mobile video app was the next big thing.