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United Online closed on the sale of its loyalty marketing service MyPoints.com in an all-cash deal of $13 million.
Computer products maker Interlink Electronics Inc. has been approved to have its shares listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market, the company announced Thursday.
Calabasas seller of advertising space on cannabis forums CrowdGather Inc. said it is undergoing a corporate restructuring that includes an agreement with its creditor allowing it to obtain equity financing.
Entertainment technology company Spiral Toys Inc. on Wednesday announced it was receiving $1.18 million in financing from institutional investors.
A subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc. has acquired an electronics test and measurement instrumentation business, it was announced Thursday.
United Online Inc. has sold off its last social media business to a German company in a deal valued at about $18.3 million.
Ear tags that detect sick cattle will use radio frequency technology developed by semi-conductor manufacturer Semtech Corp., the company announced Thursday.
NetSol Technologies Inc. announced earlier this week it has signed a collaboration agreement with 3-D mapping company eeGeo.
A device that monitors the workout routines of physical therapy patients won $10,000 in funding at Startup Weekend Ventura County.
MRV Communications Inc. widened its net loss and saw a revenue decrease in fourth quarter results released Tuesday.
DTS Inc. beat Wall Street estimates on earnings on an adjusted basis for the fourth quarter.
Yahoo! Inc. is moving its search marketing division out of its Burbank campus to consolidate with operations in Playa Vista, a spokeswoman for the company said.
California Resources Corp. announced fourth-quarter and full results on Monday that reflect the impact of falling oil prices on the company.
Avery Dennison Corp. announced Friday that its board of directors appointed a new chief executive, effective May 1.
ReachLocal beat analyst expectations in the fourth quarter on Friday by significantly trimming its losses over the past year.