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Santa Monica private equity firm Clearlake Capital Group has acquired IT service management FrontRange Solutions.
Struggling El Segundo toymaker Mattel Inc. is partnering with Google Inc. to bring back a retro children’s gadget with a high-tech upgrade.
On this week's list: a family history search, a dating app from VH1 matchmakers and VR.
Laurel & Wolf has raised $4.4 million in Series A funding to grow its team and expand its online interior design marketplace.
J2 Global has acquired Firstway Digital Limited, a Dublin distributor of digital fax services.
Machinima and Collective Digital Studio have filed separate suits in federal court against online music library Freeplay, claiming the New York company engages in a “bait and switch” copyright scheme to extort money from multichannel networks and their talent.
Downtown Los Angeles engineering and construction firm Aecom Technology Corp. on Tuesday reported a larger-than-expected loss for the fiscal first quarter of 2015.
New Matter, an Idealab startup that has created a low-priced 3D printer, has raised $6.5 million in Series A funding to bring its production online and staff up.
CurbStand, the app for on-demand valet parking services, has acquired competitor Curby to offer a new enterprise-facing solution for valet companies.
Film distributor Cinedigm and online video aggregator TV4 Entertainment have partnered to offer over-the-top niche channels that target preschool, kids and tween viewers.
Why TrueCar’s Scott Painter traded in 20% of his staff
TrueCar’s Scott Painter said a hefty staff shuffle has revved up the vehicle-shopping website.
ALCOHOL: MillerCoors uncorks massive array at facility in Irwindale.
Beer maker MillerCoors looks to tap the sun with a massive solar panel array at its Irwindale plant.
On this week's Launch List: a non-QM loan startup, a "Hispennial"-facing MCN and "Uber for dog walking."
Walt Disney Co. has earmarked $198 million in potential payouts to Maker Studios’ former shareholders, according to the Burbank media house’s 2014 earnings report.
Zealot Networks has picked up another talent management firm, acquiring comedy-focused Converge Media Group for an undisclosed amount.