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CraveOnline, which publishes content for men, announced Friday that it has built a 4,000-square-foot studio at its Ladera Heights headquarters.
Boingo announced Monday that it has appointed Nick Hulse as president, replacing Chief Executive Dave Hagan in the role.
Panna launched in November as a cooking app for iPads. On Monday it announced a $1.35 million funding round led by Santa Monica’s Anthem Venture Partners.
INTERNET: Nativo styles ‘native content’ to match websites.
Ad firm Nativo looks to go “native” online with promotional content that blends in with a website’s style and tone.
Electric vehicle charging station operator 350Green announced Thursday that it has been acquired by Car Charging Group for $5.2 million.
When Hubber goes live later this month, car-owners will be able to rent out their vehicles while they are out of town and visitors to the city will be able to use those vehicles for a fee.
DreamWorks Animation has announced that it will acquire YouTube multi-channel network AwesomenessTV.
Cornerstone OnDemand announced record quarterly revenue on Wednesday although its operating losses grew.
After two years away from the company he helped found, Joe Marchese has returned to SocialVibe as chief executive.
Shares of United Online Inc. fell 8 percent in late trading Tuesday after its longtime chief executive said he would leave the Internet services company after its FTD floral delivery business is spun off later this year.
Two Bit Circus launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign on Tuesday to raise $100,000.
USamp, an Encino online survey provider, announced Tuesday that it has appointed Alan Gould as chief executive.
Are L.A. investors a bunch of wimps? That was the kernel of an argument buffeting around online among members of the tech community over the weekend.
NetDNA announced Monday that StumbleUpon will seek to boost the performance of its website using NetDNA’s content delivery network.
INVESTMENT: Westside startups are exception as two large deals are closed.
Venture capital plugged into Westside tech companies in the first quarter while other areas lagged.