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Woodland Hills financial software developer Blackline Systems Inc. added nearly 400 new clients last year.
Semtech Corp. in Camarillo is the technology sponsor of Startup Weekend Ventura County, scheduled to take place March 11-13.
Simi Valley drone maker AeroVironment Inc. has tapped Chief Operating Officer Wahid Nawabi as president, effective immediately, the company announced Friday.
Music rights management startup AdRev has been acquired by Zealot Networks, a company that monetizes and distributes digital content.
United Online Inc. has named an e-commerce industry veteran as its interim chief executive starting Monday.
In light of the ongoing Aliso Canyon gas leak spurred by a damaged well at Southern California Gas Co.’s storage facility above Porter Ranch, a Long Beach gas and oil company has decided to postpone its proposed project to drill a dozen oil and gas wells.
A California alternative energy company has sold off 51 percent of its stake in a 2,000 acre solar farm currently being built in the Antelope Valley near Rosamond.
ReachLocal Inc. announced Friday that it will implement a series of strategic actions to spur future growth, sparking a significant run-up in the company’s share price.
Interlink Electronics Inc. announced Monday that it has filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission to move its common stock from the over-the-counter market to a national exchange.
Simulations Plus Inc. announced a 17.6 percent increase in revenue in conjunction with its preliminary results for the fiscal first quarter of 2016 on Thursday.
The online division of Salem Media Group has purchased the app Instapray, the company announced Thursday.
The University of Texas at Austin has chosen Ixia to provide visibility and security systems to enhance the school’s computer networks.
Netsol Technologies Inc. announced Monday that a U.K. bank selected its LeaseSoft software as the new platform for the bank’s finance and leasing operations.
A Chatsworth man faces more than 8 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to fraud charges connected with his Glendale ride-sharing business.