Acuant Inc., a Westchester-based identity verification firm, was acquired by U.K.-based GB Group for a cash-free, debt-free enterprise value of $736 million.
Santa Monica-based robotics incubator Wavemaker Labs is laser-focused on the future of the food industry.
Thanks to a flood of upstart rocket manufacturers in recent decades, sending objects into space is easier than it has ever been.
The “metaverse” is currently one of the hottest topics in tech — particularly since social media giant Facebook changed its corporate name to Meta Platforms Inc.
Jeff Appelbaum knew before the pandemic began that food and drink sales were moving “outside the four walls of restaurants.”
The world is changing quickly for singles looking for love online.
Last week was a busy one for VinFast. The EV-maker, a subsidiary of Vietnam-based VinFast Trading and Service Co., moved into a 15,000-square-foot space in Playa Vista to set up its U.S. headquarters.
It may be the largest construction project in Los Angeles history, but until recently, construction work related to the Sixth Street Viaduct replacement bridge had mainly been a local affair, rarely intruding on Angelenos’ larger consciousness.
Pasadena-based Tetra Tech Inc. — the largest engineering and infrastructure services firm in Los Angeles County now that AECOM has departed for Dallas — reported record fiscal 2021 earnings on Nov. 17.
A lot of focus on the $14 billion makeover of Los Angeles International Airport has been on improvements that passengers will see, but new facilities are also emerging behind the scenes.
EVgo Inc.’s market value doubled to about $4.7 billion with EV charging station network’s quarterly results along with news of expanded collaborations.
Santa Monica-based automotive technology platform TrueCar Inc.’s sales tumbled as supply chain issues rocked the company, according to its third quarter earnings report.
From zero-emission transportation to clean energy, L.A.’s environmental technology industry has boomed in recent years.
David Fields has spent his whole career at the intersection of technology and the creator economy, working with companies like Walt Disney Co. and Tornante Co.
With a decade of experience in technology and law enforcement, Ryan Schonfeld knows a thing or two about security.