The four startups are Enplug, Dealflicks, Close.com, and Taste of Blue.
stories by Tim Lloyd
Deloitte released the seventh edition of its “State of the Media Democracy" survey yesterday, and its findings suggest there is even less hope for the human attention span than previously thought.
Wealthy L.A. investors descended on a Beverly Hills estate last week for a buzzword-filled discussion of the state of media and the trends that will disrupt it.
With Los Angeles facing dismal graduation rates, this mayoral candidate wants to teach students about technology instead of spending money on jailing them in the future.
Using algorithms to help provide people with wine that's perfectly matched to their preferences, Club W aims to be a subscription wine service that's more personal and more accessible than traditional wine clubs.
ChowNow gives restaurants streamlined mobile-and-online-ordering templates and marketing consulting services.
General Assembly aims to teach technology skills that the market needs, not just what professors think you ought to know -- and it's expanding its locations worldwide.
Editor's Pick With about six months left before his term ends, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa looks to cement his legacy as the man who catalyzed the city's tech-and-venture-capital renaissance.
Los Angeles is turning into a surprising hub for financial technology startups. We profile four of the area's interesting "fintech" companies.
For small businesses, order management can be a cumbersome and expensive ordeal. Venice-based startup Lettuce hopes to simplify the process with its new automated order-and-inventory-management-system.
Milk & Honey joins the growing ranks of fashion-oriented retail sites hoping to cash in on the e-commerce trend -- and the upcoming holiday season.
For entrepreneurs David Hauslaib and Tom Balamaci, the founders of Pop-Up Pantry, ‘frozen’ is at the core of their service, which delivers epicurean-style meals directly to customers’ homes.