- American City Business Journals•6 months ago
A Boston startup that aims to use software, data science and mobile technology to help prevent driving accidents and deaths has officially rebranded and plans to move into a new headquarters soon. Co-founded by former Zipcar CEO Scott Griffith, the 4-year-old startup formerly known as Censio is now TrueMotion. The new brand is meant to convey the startup's overarching commitment to making roads safer, said CEO Vance Loiselle, formerly the co-founder of Lexington-based BladeLogic, which was sold in 2008 for $880 million to BMC Software.
- Forbes•last year
Citrix Systems, best known for its online GoToMeeting service may be preparing for a series of meetings of its own. Jesse Cohn, a technology-focused portfolio manager with powerful activist hedge fund Elliott Management, disclosed a 7.1% stake in Citrix and a plan to improve the company's operations and sell or spin corporate assets.
- Benzinga•2 years ago
Informatica Corporation (NASDAQ: INFA ) gained nearly 8 percent on Monday after a hedge fund boosted its stake to 8.8 percent. The fund also said it might propose a sale of the company. Elliott Associates, ...
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