oodland Hills software company Feedonomics has been selected by Inc. magazine as a top 100 firm on its 2019 Inc. 5000 list.
US Nuclear Corp. was upgraded to the OTC-QB market from the OTC Pink Marketplace this week, a move that helps the company engage new investors.
Glendale-based software company ServiceTitan Inc. has purchased CUC Software Inc., a move that will add more than 100 new customers in the Canadian market.
Hydrogen sensor developer H2Scan has named Bharat Vats as its new chief growth officer.
Teledyne Technologies Inc. beat Wall Street estimates on revenue and earnings in the second quarter, sending shares 6 percent higher.
Semtech Corp. announced Thursday that a Chinese water company has used its long-range, low-power technology in its smart water metering products.
US Nuclear Corp. has signed an agreement with Qysea Technology Co. Ltd. to build, market and sell its industrial underwater robot sensor systems.
Semtech Corp.’s seventh annual charity golf tournament raised more than $108,000 in donations for Ventura County nonprofits.
Alltemp Inc., a refrigerant tech company in Westlake Village, announced on Thursday its newest product to provide energy savings to customers.
GeoLinks has been formally approved to receive funding for the buildout of internet connections in rural California and Nevada.
The board of directors of NetSol Technologies Inc. has approved a $5 million stock repurchase to take place over the next 12 months, send the company’s share price up by double digits.
Seven Lakes Technologies, a Westlake Village developer of software products for the oil and gas industry, announced the opening of an office in Midland, Texas.
Anthem Inc. has laid off information technology professionals nationally with at least some of the affected employees in the Valley area, according to Kenn Phillips, the chief executive of the Valley Economic Alliance.
DataDirect Networks will acquire Nexenta, a software-defined data storage company serving 5G and Internet of Things markets.
AeroVironment Inc. plans to create a New England Innovation Center near Boston, the first such engineering center by the company outside of California.