Ryff Inc., an advertising technology startup, has raised $11.7 million in funding.
Culver City-based mobile gaming company Jam City Inc., which canceled plans for a SPAC merger last week, will continue to pursue a public offering.
Sawtelle-based gaming studio That’s No Moon Entertainment Inc. launched July 28 with a $100 million investment from Smilegate Entertainment, a global game development company based in Seoul, South Korea.
Pasadena-based consulting and engineering firm Tetra Tech Inc. has added to its British collection.
It’s quite an ironic company exit.
Los Angeles is cementing its status as a hotspot for the tech industry.
Last month saw several significant milestones on different fronts in the $14.5 billion effort to modernize Los Angeles International Airport.
The final major construction push for the long-awaited $1.8 billion Metro Regional Connector Transit Project through downtown has finally arrived.
With its announcement of a land acquisition in Las Vegas last month, the developer of a high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and Southern California now has land for two key stations.
Openpath Security Inc., a cloud-based mobile access control provider based in Culver City, has been acquired by telecommunications giant Motorola Solutions Inc.
Tetra Tech Inc. was awarded a $49 million contract to promote biodiversity conservation and climate resilience efforts in West Africa.
Snap Inc. continues to post impressive financial gains, logging a record 116% increase in year-over-year revenue for the second quarter.
Santa Monica-based education technology platform Numerade Labs Inc. raised $26 million in Series A funding for its artificial intelligence-driven tutoring platform.
Poparazzi, a photo sharing app developed by Marina del Rey-based TTYL Inc., is among this year’s most hyped social media startups.
Front of the Pack, a Westchester-based direct-to-consumer ecommerce pet care startup, creates supplements for dogs.