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HandsOn3 on Monday said that one of its affiliated funds has signed an agreement to acquire BancTec Inc., a Dallas firm that provides financial transaction automation and document management services to companies.
INTERNET: ExpressCoin sees real returns from virtual currency.
Brokerage ExpressCoin seeks to make real money by handling digital trades for bitcoins.
Quick rundown on the controversial cryptocurrency.
INTERNET: Snapchat lands another high-quality hire with ex-Google engineer.
Former Google engineer is the latest high-quality exec to click with messaging platform Snapchat.
Shares of United Online Inc. jumped more than 29 percent on Thursday after the Internet services company beat analyst estimates on revenue for the fourth quarter.
Picture messaging service Snapchat said Tuesday it had hired Peter Magnusson as senior vice president of engineering.
Los Angeles e-commerce company Shopzilla Inc. announced Wednesday it had acquired Ventura automated media buying firm Connexity.
Leaders from L.A.’s tech, venture capital and entrepreneur communities and the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. on Tuesday announced they will join forces to promote the region as an innovation center and spur job creation.
London private equity firm Permira has a $200 million investment LegalZoom.com Inc., making it the largest shareholder of the Glendale legal services company.
Tian Lim has been named chief technology officer at Santa Monica video streaming service Hulu, the company announced Tuesday.
Several Los Angeles multi-channel networks are joining the Global Online Video Association, a newly formed nonprofit trade group that aims bring more advertisers to online video.
EXPANSION: Airpush adds Google vet Matt Shaw to newly opened Venice office.
Mobile advertising platform Airpush Inc. continues its growth with the opening of its Venice headquarters and the hiring of former Google Inc. exec Matt Shaw.
Investor moves crowdfunding model into real estate
It may have seemed unremarkable when Beverly Hills real estate company Realty Mogul Co. invested in five Baldwin Hills apartment buildings last month in deals that totaled $15 million. But it was remarkable because of this: They were financed through crowdfunding.
When concrete pourers start rolling into downtown L.A. Saturday to participate in the record-setting 21,200 cubic yard concrete pour at the Wilshire Grand construction site, an app will be used to make things run smoothly.