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  • Five questions with Dave Hansen, SafeNet CEO

    Five questions with Dave Hansen, SafeNet CEO
    In an industry with a lot of new competition, Belcamp-based SafeNet is a cybersecurity old hand: It's celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. To put that into context: SafeNet predates the World Wide Web. The company, founded with a focus on...
  • Tom Rothman teams with Sony Pictures to create TriStar Productions

    Tom Rothman teams with Sony Pictures to create TriStar Productions
    Former 20th Century Fox executive Tom Rothman and Sony Pictures Entertainment are launching a new joint venture to bring back TriStar, the company said Thursday.  The new venture, called TriStar Productions, will develop, finance and produce films and...
  • Garcetti defers to seismic experts on Hollywood skyscrapers

    Garcetti defers to seismic experts on Hollywood skyscrapers
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday that he would rely on scientists to determine whether the city should issue permits to build two Hollywood skyscrapers on what could be an active earthquake fault running directly beneath the Vine Street...
  • How Time Warner Cable and CBS are making the FCC look like chumps

    How Time Warner Cable and CBS are making the FCC look like chumps
    Back in January 2011, I predicted that the Federal Communications Commission's approval of the Comcast-NBC merger would be a disaster for the consumer.  Allowing the merger of a major cable operator with a major network would undermine the public...
  • Autobytel reviving its marketing sites after a rocky recession

    Autobytel reviving its marketing sites after a rocky recession
    It's been a wild ride for Autobytel Inc., the online automobile marketing company launched in Orange County during the Internet's gold rush. Founded in 1995 by Southern California car dealership owner Pete Ellis, the company promised to take the...
  • CBS signals remain dark on Time Warner Cable as fight drags on

    CBS signals remain dark on Time Warner Cable as fight drags on
    CBS and Time Warner Cable remained locked in a bitter battle over a new distribution contract that left subscribers without access to CBS-owned properties in Los Angeles, New York City and elsewhere. The signals for many CBS-owned media properties...
  • These brokers deal in sports tickets — and risk

     These brokers deal in sports tickets — and risk
    Dale Rech, an avid USC football fan who lives in Florida, decided a few years ago that he wanted to attend USC's game at Notre Dame. Rech dived into the secondary ticket market, choosing StubHub. He was willing to pay a premium. "The seat I ended up...
  • Harford library director named one of Baltimore's Top 25 female CEOs

    Harford County Public Library Director Mary Hastler was presented with a Brava! Award from Baltimore SmartCEO on July 10, recognizing her as one of the top 25 female CEOs in the Baltimore area. Hastler was selected for the award for her leadership in...
  • Betamore startup Riskive sees unmet need protecting social media accounts

    Betamore startup Riskive sees unmet need protecting social media accounts
    Anyone active in online social networking has likely received one: A message from someone who clicked on the wrong link, flooding friends' inboxes or feeds with more links about weight loss drugs or shocking photos. Or you might remember that time Burger...
  • Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt makes offer to CBS

    Time Warner Cable Chief Executive Glenn Britt, in a letter to CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves, said the pay-TV distribution giant would be willing to offer CBS on an a la carte basis to its subscribers and let them choose whether they want to pay for the...
  • Robotic 'wavers' cutting in on human sign twirlers

    Robotic 'wavers' cutting in on human sign twirlers
    "Sarah" was reeling in the business, gyrating for hours on end outside a Canoga Park gaming center and a nearby juice stand when her stamina for the job just seemed to vanish. The diagnosis? Motor malfunction. On street corners and sidewalks across L....