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Content delivery network MaxCDN of Studio City has been acquired by web security startup StackPath, the company announced Sunday.
Customer service software developer TouchCommerce has been acquired by Nuance Communications Inc. in a deal valued at $215 million, the companies announced.
A change in the tax regulations in China caused Netsol Technologies Inc. to incorporate new tax handling capabilities for clients in that country.
B. Riley Financial Inc. on Friday completed its acquisition of internet service provider United Online Inc. of Woodland Hills.
Research Solutions Inc. on Monday announced it has entered into a private placement agreement with an institutional investor along with the company’s directors and management to purchase $5.2 million in equity.
The Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has installed microturbines made by Capstone Turbine Corp. at its Chico brewery to generate electrical and thermal energy on site.
Lancaster’s city-run clean energy power program received a $1.5 million grant from the California Energy Commission to support efforts at becoming a net zero energy city.
NetSol Technologies Inc. has named Jeffery Bilbrey as its president of North American operations, a new position at the company.
DTS Inc. beat Wall Street estimates on earnings and revenue in the fiscal first quarter.
Teledyne Technologies Inc. beat Wall Street estimates in earnings in the first quarter while falling short on revenue.
Internet service provider United Online Inc. is being acquired by Los Angeles investment firm B. Riley Financial Inc. in a deal valued at $170 million.
Technology component company Ixia on Tuesday announced first-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates.
ReachLocal Inc. met analyst expectations in the first quarter, based on results announced Tuesday.
United Online closed on the sale of its loyalty marketing service MyPoints.com in an all-cash deal of $13 million.
Computer products maker Interlink Electronics Inc. has been approved to have its shares listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market, the company announced Thursday.