Category Archive for: In the News

Los Angeles Times Home of the Day: Sittin’ on the dock of the bay — in luxury

If you’ve ever wished for classy contemporary digs that would allow an unobstructed view of your 60-foot yacht docked outside, this newly renovated estate fits the bill. Designed by Carlton Graham and developed by American Coastal Properties, this open-concept home in gated Linda Isle blends indoor and outdoor living with walls of glass, disappearing pocket…

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Our American Network: On Ending the Prescribe Don’t Tell Charade for Off-Label Drugs

Dr. Joseph Gulfo is the executive director of the Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Fairleigh Dickinson U. He wrote Innovation Breakdown: How the FDA and Wall Street Cripple Medical Advances and this op-ed for the WSJ, “Ending the Prescribe Don’t Tell Charade for Off-Label Drugs.” Listen to his interview with Lee Habeeb of…

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Westside DIGS: Just Sold! Mitzi Gaynor’s former Beverly Hills Home — A Reminder of Old Hollywood!

If the walls of this recently sold 1920s Spanish-style villa in Beverly Hills’ sought-after “flats” neighborhood could talk, they would have quite a story to tell—from extravagant evenings spent dancing and partying the night away with the likes of renowned screen legends like Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra to the private dance rehearsals of an…

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Los Angeles Times: California vintner John Jordan wants to shape politics — on his terms by Seema Mehta

John Jordan got his first taste of politics when he ran for vice president of his fifth-grade class. He wasn’t the most popular kid in class. He wasn’t even aware of the cliques that favored his rivals. He lost. “I was two votes short, out of 27,” said Jordan, in an interview at Jordan Winery’s…

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Los Angeles Times Home of the Day: A modern home with rural notes in Venice by Neal Leitereg

This whitewashed two-story in Venice riffs contemporary and farmhouse styles with a twin-gable roofline, vertical siding and a small front porch set off the front entrance to the home. A chef’s kitchen complete with pendant lighting and Carrara marble countertops anchors the open-area floor plan. On the second floor, a private balcony set off the…

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Crain’s Chicago Business: The best is yet to come in Chicago for this New York real estate firm by Ally Marotti

A New York real estate company is entering the Chicago market by way of a 272-unit apartment complex in Aurora. Sinatra & Co. Real Estate bought Orchard Village Apartments for $34.5 million in a deal that closed yesterday, said president Nick Sinatra. Chicago-based residential property management and acquisitions firm Stadt Group partnered with Sinatra on…

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Forbes.com: Patients Are Tired Of Waiting On The FDA by Joseph Gulfo

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates 25% of the U.S. economy. For fiscal year 2016, the FDA’s budget is $4.9 billion, with $2.2 billion (or 45%) generated from user fees, payments collected by the FDA from companies submitting new drug, biologics and medical device applications for review. They were authorized under the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA, 1992) and Medical Devices User Fee Act…

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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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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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