For years, Komal Shah wore the cloak of computer geek well. The moniker fit her then as well as the vibrant designer gowns she now dons at galas. The former computer executive has gone from computer geek to chic after giving up her tech career to focus on her family. Charities and the arts have benefited.
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Ryan Seacrest very might well be the hardest-working man in Hollywood. He hosts American Idol, has an agreement with NBCUniversal that includes on-air broadcasting and producing duties and hosts the #1 syndicated radio show, “On Air with Ryan Seacrest.”
An accomplished venture investor and entrepreneur, Chris Sacca manages a portfolio of over 50 consumer web, mobile, and wireless technology start-ups through his holding company, Lowercase Capital.
HERE IS OUR 2014 HAUTE LIST OF LOS ANGELES AND ORANGE COUNTY’S MOST A-LIST BILLIONAIRES, ATHLETES, POWER COUPLES, PHILANTHROPISTS, ENTREPRENEURS, AND, OF COURSE, ENTERTAINERS. THIS IS THE HOME OF HOLLYWOOD, AFTER ALL…
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Ian Ross was the in-house resident artist at Facebook’s Palo Alto headquarters in 2011, where he has four permanent installations. The celebrated Tech artist has made a home in San Francisco’s SOMA district, and the grand opening is tonight.
Groupon started out in Chicago as an idea for online social activism and turned into an online daily deals site. I don’t know how the change happened, but quirky (literally the best word to describe him) co-founder Andrew Mason made it into one of…Read The Full Post
7 for all Mankind hosts denim and diamonds event to showcase fabulous fall fashion items. Pictures inside!
According to a new report by non-profit think tank Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) program has found that El Segundo could very well be on its way to becoming the next Silicon Valley, attracting “new creative” high-tech businesses.
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