Monday, March 15, 2004
The Venture Forum, April 1, 2004
The Venture Forum, April 1, 2004
Regent Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills

The largest showcase of investment-worthy companies in Southern

Register using this coupon code BKVF937 to receive 30% off registration

At the 10th annual Venture Forum, investors will access one of the
largest investment pipelines in the nation. Companies will get
exposure to hundreds of investors, potential partners and customers.
Professionals will find business opportunities with the most promising
emerging companies. The Venture Forum features the 50 most promising
companies, as hand-selected by leading experts. Companies from all
sectors and all stages will be showcased.

Interview: Michael Leigh, Lynx Photonic Networks
My profile today is of Lynx Photonic Networks. I talked to Michael Leigh is the President and Co-Founder of the Calabasas-based company. Lynx is in the optical networking business and also runs R&D operations in Israel. BK: What does Lynx do, and what are your products and market? ML: Lynx is the leading pure-play photonic communications solutions company, with its own patented, solid-state, ultra-reliable switching technology. These "optical switches on a chip" are delivered in modules (More info...)

posted on Monday, March 15, 2004 (More)(Full story)

Desert Wins Over Robotic Race Vehicles
DARPA's robotic vehicle race from Barstow to Vegas was held Saturday. Final results for DARPA's Grand Challenge ( resulted in every vehicle entering the contest being disabled by Mile 7 of the 142 mile course. Preliminary results show that of all the vehicles in the race, Carnegie Mellon University's Red Team made it farthest at 7.4 miles; then by Thousand Oaks-based SciAutonics II ( which went 6.7 miles. SciAutonics I managed to run 0.75 miles but lost (More info...)

posted on Monday, March 15, 2004(Full story)

BroadSpire Introduces Web Packages
Los Angeles-based BroadSpire ( announced that it has added a new package focused on small businesses. The new packages are categorized by the number of HTML pages on a company's site, and include web design, graphics, custom logo development, and more.

posted on Monday, March 15, 2004(Full story)

Sponsored By


Recent Interviews

Browse Issues