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INTERNET: EHarmony joins Tinder in matchmaking space for job seekers, employers.
Operators of dating sites eHarmony and Tinder check out match-making services for job hunters and employers.
Content management service CrownPeak of Baldwin Hills has raised a $50 million round and merged with website quality assurance platform ActiveStandards of London.
New York’s Verizon Communications Inc. has agreed to purchase a 24.5 percent stake in online media company AwesomenessTV of West Los Angeles for around $160 million.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has ruled that the California New Car Dealers Association’s lawsuit against TrueCar Inc. of Santa Monica will go forward.
Techstars Healthcare Accelerator at Cedars-Sinai announced its first class of companies on Monday.
Cloud services provider J2 Global of Hollywood continued its acquisition binge into the first quarter of this year, buying six small companies for an undisclosed total.
Roundup of L.A. tech events in the next two weeks.
A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.
A weekly roundup of must-read L.A. tech investments and acquisitions.
Internet portfolio company United Online Inc. has sold social media network StayFriends to Stroer Content Group of Cologne, Germany for $18.3 million.
Snapchat and World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. of Stamford, Conn., have signed a multiyear content production partnership.
Salary comparison website Comparably of Santa Monica, founded by Jason Nazar, has released the results of a survey on salary satisfaction among tech employees.
Playa Vista online media company Fullscreen Inc. will launch a paid video-subscription service on April 26.
The battle for engineering talent in Southern California escalated last week when chip maker Broadcom Ltd. of Irvine accused rocket manufacturer SpaceX of poaching engineers.