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Rhapsody Magazine In Conversation: His Aim is True

American Coastal Properties’ development located at 2841 Montcalm Avenue in Los Angeles was the location for Rhapsody Magazine’s August 2015 cover shoot with Colin Farrell. Rhapsody is Ink’s luxury lifestyle magazine for United Airlines’ discerning first- and business-class passengers. Appealing to everyone from road-warrior businesspeople to card-carrying members of the global elite, Rhapsody covers news…

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CNBC.com: Hedge funds, ‘reverse trolls’ crushing biopharma innovation by Dr. Joseph Gulfo

Prior to September 2012, a company faced with a patent-infringement lawsuit brought by a patent troll (an entity that acquires patents just to seek cash payouts from other patent holders), your only recourse to invalidate the troll’s nuisance patent was through the federal courts—a very costly and time- consuming effort. In an attempt to increase…

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Daily Caller Opinion: Why The 21st Century Cures Act is a Mistake by Dr. Joseph Gulfo

On May 21, the 21st Century Cures Act was passed by the House Energy & Commerce Committee unanimously (fifty-one to zero). Since then, a great deal of PR has been devoted to securing its full passage in the House and Senate. I do not believe that the bill should be passed for five reasons: 1. It rewards bad behavior — In July…

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The Hill: Go on, take the money and run, as usual by Joseph Gulfo

Why would an agency charged with promoting the public health need to be told to consider patients’ perspectives? Further, why would the Food and Drug Administration need be given two years to come up with a “structured risk benefit framework” for the meaningful incorporation of patient experience data into the regulatory decision-making process when the…

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The Hill: Why we need a Medical Innovation Impact Index by Joseph V. Gulfo, MD, MBA

Regulatory incentives, like 21st Century Cures, while well-intentioned, actually have the reverse effect on medical innovation. Yet, we continue to see more and more of these programs, rather than what is truly needed – a serious root cause analysis of the dysfunction at the FDA, which cripples medical advances. Moreover, a system of evaluating new regulations relative to their…

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The Hill: PR efforts at the FDA put the cart before the horse by Joseph V. Gulfo, MD, MBA

Despite the fact that the FDA continues to perform woefully relative to its statute-defined target review goals by PDUFA and MDUFA, its campaign of public relations continues unabated. It is truly unprecedented to see the FDA Commissioner and high ranking officials address the public as often as we have seen over the past 6 years.…

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Entrepreneur.com: Tweeting With the Enemy — 3 Tips for Interacting With Competitors on Social Media

What do massive credit card debt, mystery fridge meat and your competitors have in common? None of these things will go away if you ignore them. Turning a blind eye to the actions of competing companies in your industry is a great way to get caught off guard and you’ll miss out on valuable insights that…

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TakeLessons Announces Sponsorship the International Women’s Hackathon at California State University, San Marcos

San Diego, CA (October 2, 2014) – TakeLessons is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Third International Women’s Hackathon, which will be held on October 11th, 2014 at California State University, San Marcos’ (CSUSM). The International Women’s Hackathon seeks to encourage young women to pursue their interest and careers in computer science, even if…

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TechCrunch: Cultural Realities Of Latin American Entrepreneurship

Posted Aug 30, 2014 by Derek Footer (@dfooter) Editor’s note: Derek Footer is the Managing Partner of Origo Ventures, a fund focused on early stage technology companies throughout the Latin American region, and the CEO of HardTech Labs, a firm focused on building hardware and biotech ecosystems in the San Diego/Baja region. One of the brilliant…

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Good Morning San Diego: The San Diego Entrepreneur’s Toolkit

With San Diego being one of the most patent-intensive cities in the U.S., it makes sense that more entrepreneurs are flourishing. To aid in the search to find all the right sources is “The San Diego Entrepreneur’s Toolkit.” Steven Cox of TakeLessons.com, Stacey Lankford Pennington of Makers Quarter, and Jon Belmonte of Cedar Ridge Ventures…

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