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Rootstock Partners and iFinance Consulting Group have merged to offer outsourced financial services to early-stage startups. The new entity will be called Full Stack Finance.
Briefs: Wilshire Associates Opens China Office, Aecom CEO Named Chairman, New Boss at Marlborough School
Wilshire Associates Opens Office in China Santa Monica investment firm Wilshire Associates has opened an office in Suzhou, China.
El Segundo tablet-maker Fuhu Inc. announced Thursday it will provide its child-friendly Nabi tablets to certain Uber vehicles in a partnership with the ride-sharing giant.
Freeplay Music, a New York firm that manages an online music catalog, has countersued Machinima of West Hollywood and Collective Digital Studios of Beverly Hills, accusing both YouTube networks of multiple copyright infringements.
Tinder is hoping its latest move will turn its billions of swipes into cash.
Ad tech firm Vantage Media has rebranded to Katch to focus on engaging in-market shoppers through its real-time bidding platform.
On this week's Launch List: texting for businesses and consumers, a personal concierge service and the Clippers.
Demand Media has sold social media tool developer Pluck to New York marketing software company Sprinklr.
J2 Global just won’t quit.
L.A. tech leaders who spoke to the Business Journal on Thursday offered nearly unanimous support of the FCC’s vote, although some with reservations. What follows is a sampling of their reaction.
Twenty20, a crowdsourced commercial image catalog, has launched out of beta with $8 million in Series A funding.
Eric Garcetti has thrown one more jab in the country’s net neutrality fight.
Machinima, a West Hollywood online gamer network, has partnered with Vimeo to produce exclusive content for the New York firm’s video-on-demand platform.
Lions Gate has invested in San Rafael developer and publisher Telltale Games to further the Santa Monica studio’s brand expansion into gaming.
Online gamer network Machinima has laid off 13 full-time employees, about 10 percent of its staff, in an effort to “focus its resources on high-growth opportunities.”