Samson Amore

Reporter (Technology)

Email: samore@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 235

Recent Stories

Silicon Beach Report Aug. 17: SpaceX Gains NASA Fueling Approval

SpaceX approved for “load-and-go” procedure; Netflix testing new ads; NTS heading to Anaheim;

Apple Co-Founder Joins L.A. Crypto Summit

Wozniak will address blockchain enthusiasts at October convention

Cryptocurrency summit features Apple Inc.’s other founder – Steve Wozniak.

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Silicon Beach Report Aug. 16: Tech Investor Sues AT&T Claiming ‘SIM Swap’ Scam

Cryptocurrency investor Michael Terpin sues AT&T over “SIM swap” scam; Cargomatic raises $35M in series B round; Boeing acquires El Segundo-based satellite and flight-plan maker.

Boeing Acquires El Segundo’s Millennium Space Systems

Boeing Co. has agreed to acquire Millennium Space Systems Inc., an El Segundo-based small flight system developer and satellite manufacturer.

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Lucidity Announces $5 Million Funding Round

Marina del Rey advertising blockchain firm Lucidity (an affiliate of KR8OS Inc.) announced Aug. 15 it completed a funding round of $5 million in total, comprised of investments from six venture capital firms.

Silicon Beach Report Aug. 15: AuditBoard Nets $40 Million

Risk and compliance software company AuditBoard raises $40 million; Bird, Lime lead e-scooter protest in Santa Monica; Tinder sues parent company

Tinder Sues Parent Company

Match Group dating app subsidiary Tinder Inc. has filed a lawsuit against parent company InterActiveCorp., alleging IAC purposefully undervalued the company to avoid proper payouts to executives.

Silicon Beach Report Aug. 14: Snapchat Gives Creators AR Power

Snapchat enlists Nicki Minaj to show how AR tools let users shop in RL; SpaceX invites guests into the Dragon X; Treyarch testing Battle Royale mode.

Pacific City Financial Completes $47.7 Million IPO

Pacific City Financial Corp. completed its initial public offering with the sale of 2.4 million shares on the Nasdaq at $20 per share, according the bank, which began trading on Aug. 10.

Silicon Beach Report Aug. 13: Chrome River Inks Deal With Exxon

Chrome River picks up ExxonMobil; Wells leaving Netflix; Bird scooters face vandalism.

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