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Calabasas Firm Contributes to Singing App

Music technology developer Zya Inc. has partnered with the company that invented the ringback tone to power a new mobile app.

BlackLine Shows Growth in Quarterly Report Debut

BlackLine Inc. generated revenues of nearly $124 million in 2016, the company announced Friday in its first quarterly and full-year report as a public company.

California Resources Announces Losses, Joint Venture

California Resources Corp. announced fourth-quarter losses that nevertheless beat analyst expectations.

Vroozi Names New CEO

Vroozi, a Sherman Oaks developer of cloud-based business-to-business procurement software, has named Gregg Parise as chief executive.

FloQast to Open Ohio Office

Accounting software developer FloQast Inc. is opening a new office near Columbus, Ohio and has appointed an industry veteran to run it.

Report: Ixia in Acquisition Talks

Data technology company Ixia is in talks to be acquired by Keysight Technologies Inc., according to media reports.

Semtech Deploys Network in Australia

Semtech Corp.’s long-range wireless platform is being used in Australia’s first low-power, wide-area network, the company announced Tuesday.

Chinese Investors Acquire Source Photonics

Optical component maker Source Photonics has been sold to two Chinese private equity firms, the company has announced.

Chinese Investors Acquire Source Photonics

Optical component maker Source Photonics has been sold to two Chinese private equity firms, the company has announced.

Semtech Invests in myDevices

Semtech Corp. has invested about $3 million in myDevices, an internet of things solutions company.

City Sues Pacoima Shop for Catalytic Converter Theft

A Pacoima automotive parts recycling business has been accused of involvement in a catalytic converter theft ring, according to a civil lawsuit filed Thursday by Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer.

Teledyne to Supply Underwater Robots to Navy

A subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc. has received a multi-million contract from the Pentagon to supply underwater robots used in disposing of explosives.

Provision Enhances Kiosk Coupons

Provision Interactive Technologies Inc. has released an updated version of software used by its 3D advertising kiosks.

Lancaster Solar Plant Surges to Life

The Western Antelope Dry Ranch solar plant in Lancaster is now producing enough renewable energy to power more than 1,800 homes, a significant step in the city’s initiative to become the first in the nation to produce enough clean energy to meet its electricity needs.

Teledyne Acquires e2v for $790 Million

Teledyne Technologies Inc. has reached an agreement to acquire systems manufacturer e2v technologies plc.