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SpaceX launches ninth resupply mission, Jacobs Engineering Group sells off French subsidiary, Hyperloop pod competition postponed, and more.
Space Exploration Technologies Corp. of Hawthorne is scheduled to launch one of its rockets on a resupply mission from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida to the International Space Station on Monday, July 18.
TECHNOLOGY: Vet execs give guidance to furniture-buying app.
Veteran CEOs are helping design app Homee reshape the furniture-buying business.
INTERNET: Class action filed on behalf of 14-year-old user.
Attorney looks to send a lasting message to Snapchat with a decency lawsuit filed on behalf of a boy.
Departed executives allege Hyperloop One working in leadership vacuum.
ENTERTAINMENT: Suit by Blizzard says product hacks cost millions in revenue.
Video-game company Blizzard looks to play rough with developers of hacking mods.
MANUFACTURING: Mattel pitches pricey device for use at home by children.
Toy giant Mattel makes a play for creative kids with pricey 3-D printers to be used at home.
TECHNOLOGY: Wolfcom says selection process hurt shot at big business boost.
Wolfcom had hoped to nab the LAPD body camera contract for an image and business boost.
RealD Acquires Tessive, L.A., tech executives denounce Donald Trump, Airbnb conviction in Santa Monica, and more.
Virtual Reality Society launched, Fullscreen hires Vevo’s Scott Reich, and online camera rental startup ShareGrid Raises $1 million.
Hyperloop One and its chairman sued by co-founder, Virgin Galactic to restart spaceship testing, Disney Accelerator names 2016 class, and more.
As it does every quarter, J2 Global Inc. gobbled up another slate of companies. The Hollywood-based internet services company acquired six small companies for an undisclosed amount in the second quarter. The acquired firms include email marketing companies SMTP and Publicaster, digital media company GameTrailers, as well as backup storage companies Electronic Vaulting Services, Safebackup, and 24sevenbackup.
FTC Hits Warner Bros. for undisclosed paid promotions, the NFL is hiring a Snapchat editor, J2 Global acquires another six companies, and more.
Burbank-based Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has settled charges with the Federal Trade Commission after reportedly failing to adequately disclose an online marketing campaign for the late-2014 release of role-playing video game Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, the FTC announced Monday.
Surf Air expands routes in Europe, SpaceX signs lease for Orange County office, and Fullscreen offers sample content via AT&T and DirecTV.