El Segundo-based education technology startup Liminex Inc., doing business as GoGuardian, hired veteran Microsoft Corp. executive Mike Jonas to serve as its chief financial officer effective April 8.
SpaceX preps for Falcon launch; GumGum establishes dental advertising outfit; Snap talks new features, redesign at partner summit.
Hold Serve Inc., doing business as Serve, has integrated facial recognition technology into its platform to make its delivery system more secure for users and retailers.
SpaceX test fires Starship engine; Snap launches gaming platform; Jam City buys 231 Play
Hancock Park-based online tutoring startup TutorMe.com Inc. was acquired by San Diego-based educational services firm Zovio Inc. April 4.
Mobile game developer Jam City Inc., which is in growth mode following a $145 million raise in January 2018, acquired Berlin-based game studio 231 Play on April 4.
Inside a Highland Park phone case operation; Kassoy joins Omaze as president; MediaAlpha secures new credit line.
Pasadena-based engineering consulting firm Tetra Tech Inc. announced April 3 that it has acquired eGlobalTech, an information technology, cybersecurity and management consulting firm based in Arlington, Va., that primarily contracts with federal government agencies.
UC Davis, Disney form coding nonprofit; Lucid Sight raises $6 million; Sony seeks Crackle Plus domain registration.
Tinder and Quibi hire from TripAdvisor and Snap; Nativo nabs SimpleReach
MEDIA: As video game industry automates, revenue is up, jobs going away
Video game publishers are trimming their ranks.
Falcon launch, landing video released; Sinemia announces new subscription; Epix to join Apple, Amazon, Roku.
Toth exits CAA for Quibi; Crackle sold by Sony; Entertainment Partners sold to TPG Capital.
Science Inc. supports Linear Labs; Trellis completes $2 million seed round; Grindr privacy practices concern parent company .
Biometrics firm Gemalto Cogent Inc. has signed a $14 million lease at an office building in Pasadena, CBRE Group Inc. announced March 27.