Two years after joining Amazon, Ring is hitting its stride
Ring is one of the most recognized brands and most widely used technologies in a smart-home market that’s expected to total $101.1 billion in 2020.
Hunt will continue for replacement
Michael Burke, who had been expected to step down as chief executive at Century City-based engineering company AECOM at the end of March, will remain at the helm of the company for the foreseeable future.
Developer will target VR platforms
RCT Studio, a Burbank-based developer of interactive games, announced it has raised $10 million in Series A funding.
Alcohol delivery service surges in key markets
For Saucey Inc. Chief Executive Chris Vaughn, the signs pointing to a spike in demand for the company's alcohol delivery app came well ahead of the stay-at-home order.
Watchworthy will help viewers navigate platforms
Digital media company Ranker Inc. has rolled out a new app to help consumers search for and discover shows across a range of streaming platforms.
Developer plans mobile games aimed at women
Mobile-game developer Robin Games Inc., which was founded by former Jam City Inc. executive Jill Wilson, has raised $7 million in a seed round.
Launches satellites but loses booster
The latest effort by Hawthorne-based Space Exploration Technologies Corp. to increase its international broadband internet service produced mixed results.
Industry veteran assumes top spots after serving in interim capacity
TrueCar Inc. has named Mike Darrow president and chief executive. He will also assume a seat on TrueCar’s board.
Company will provide emergency services
Tetra Tech Inc. has landed a $125 million contract with the U.S. Postal Service to supply nationwide emergency preparedness and response support, and environmental services.
Talespin investors include Cornerstone, Farmers
Culver City-based virtual reality company Talespin announced $15 million in series B funding led by Cornerstone OnDemand Inc., a provider of cloud-based learning software.
Software company helps Latino immigrants
Welcome Technologies, a Brentwood-based software technology company, raised an additional $8 million in institutional funding.
Company skips two key investor conferences
Speculation is mounting that Century City-based engineering and infrastructure giant AECOM may be acquired by rival WSP Global Inc.
Segue Technologies deal extends buying binge
Pasadena-based engineering and consulting firm Tetra Tech Inc. is transforming itself into a technical services firm for federal government agencies.
BYD increases skilled worker training, hiring opportunities
Southern California’s demand for electric vehicle industry skilled workers will continue to grow, further pushing up salaries and filling local training classrooms, according to a new report.
Combined tech could drive profits
Industry experts speculate that SpaceX founder Elon Musk could tap his aerospace company’s communications technology to support a key element of his automotive company, Tesla Inc.