The Trade Desk stock slumped more than 7 percent ahead of an earnings release that showed a 54 percent increase in the Ventura-based company’s second quarter earnings, bringing in $72.8 million and doubling its net income to $18.8 million. Earnings per diluted share nearly tripled to 43 cents, up from 15 cents for the same Read More →Read More →
The Trade Desk stock gained 3.5 percent on the news that it had filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a follow-on offering of up to $200 million of existing stock. The digital advertising platform company, headquartered in Ventura, will not receive any proceeds from the offering, filed May 19. The Read More →Read More →
The Trade Desk reported $4.9 million in net income for its first quarter ended March 31 and announced that it has secured a $200 million line of credit. Revenues for the Ventura-based advertising platform increased more than 75 percent over the first quarter of 2016, reaching $53.4 million. Operating expenses almost doubled, from $27 million Read More →Read More →
The Trade Desk reported a 29 percent increase in net income in its fiscal year 2016 earnings statement Feb. 16 and filed a proposal with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a follow-on stock offering. The Ventura advertising platform company made $10.3 million in the fourth quarter of 2016 for a total of $20.5 million Read More →Read More →
RingRevenue, the region’s fastest-growing company last year, has rebranded itself with a focus on its marketing software for corporate customers and added an executive from Salesforce.com’s acquisition team to its board of directors.
The Santa Barbara company’s new name will be Invoca. The firm makes a software platform that lets marketers insert unique telephone numbers into campaigns and then filter, track and give credit for incoming calls.Read More →
A coalition of economic development groups in Ventura County launched a federally funded campaign on Nov. 15 to sell the county as the ideal spot to build a business. The initiative is headed by the Workforce Investment Board of Ventura County, with participation from the Economic Development Collaborative-Ventura County, chambers of commerce in the county Read More →Read More →
Level Studios, the biggest all-digital marketing firm in the Tri-Counties and a major tech employer with 140 people in San Luis Obispo, has been acquired by a New Jersey firm. The acquisition by Princeton, N.J.-based Rosetta will put Level Studios — which works with clients as large as BlackBerry maker Research in Motion and as Read More →Read More →