Software-as-a-service firm Vroozi Inc. in Sherman Oaks announced Wednesday that it has appointed former software executive Greg Butterfield as chairman of its board of directors.
PSI Services has signed an agreement with Amazon.com Inc. to administer certification tests for technical expertise using Amazon Web Services.
Frontier Communications Corp. will consolidate its Oxnard and Thousand Oaks operations into a new space in Thousand Oaks, according to the city of Thousand Oaks and the company.
Simulation Plus Inc. on Thursday announced changes in its senior management structure following the creation of two new divisions for its software products, sending the stock price up nearly 8 percent.
Edward Harner’s decision to testify last month before the International Trade Commission was, he concedes, “a little bit risky.”
B. Riley Financial served as an advisor for Luna Innovations Inc.’s sale of its high-speed optical receivers business, the company announced Tuesday.
The acquisition of MRV Communications Inc. was finalized Monday by a German telecommunications supplier.
Shares of BlackLine Inc. fell nearly 19 percent Friday even though the company released second-quarter financial results the previous day that topped Wall Street estimates for both revenue and earnings.
Crednology Holding Co. announced Tuesday it plans to acquire a company that provides cloud computing based services.
Scorpion on Monday announced the acquisition of Driven Local, a New York based digital marketing company.
Monster Digital Inc. has signed a definitive merger agreement with privately held Innovate Biopharmaceuticals Inc., prompting 160 percent gain in its stock price Monday.
Provision Interactive Technologies announced an agreement to install its 3-D kiosks in a chain of discount drugstores in Ohio.
Monster Digital Inc. has signed a letter of intent to do a reverse merger with a North Carolina biotech company, a move that will likely see its core business of action sports cameras spun off or sold.
Simulation Plus Inc. released preliminary revenues for the third quarter of its fiscal year, which ended May 31.
Therese Tucker sees no reason why her company BlackLine Inc. should be a success. When she formed it in 2001, she had no financial backers and no customers – in short, the 55-year-old said, she had no clue what she was doing.