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Hundreds of millions of users have already enjoyed Kaltura-powered video experiences at home, at school and at work.
Acentia, a Falls Church-based provider of technology and management services, said on Monday it has acquired Atlanta-based Business Computer Applications (BCA), a provider of IT services to heath agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Epidarex Capital, a leading international early-stage life science venture capital fund, has announced a £4 million Series A investment, in Edinburgh Molecular Imaging (EMI).
Citelighter, the company whose platform helps students more effectively complete research and writing assignments, has announced that it has raised $1.525 million in a Series Seed round of funding.
Canvas, the Reston-based developer of a mobile app platform designed to help businesses replace paper forms, has raised $1.8 million in new funding, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Allovue LLC, a Baltimore-based education technology company, celebrated its first birthday and announced the closing of an $800k seed investment round.
Millennial cofounder Paul Palmeiri stepped down as CEO in late January. He spoke with Technical.ly Baltimore about his predictions for the company's future and his new position at New Enterprise Associates.
AOL Inc. (AOL) is set to report FQ4 2013 earnings before the market opens on Thursday, February 6th.
$800K to Baltimore, MD-based Allovue in a seed round from the Maryland Technology Center (TEDCO), Baltimore Angels and Shulman Ventures. Founded exactly one year ago by former Baltimore City teacher Jess Gartner, Allovue's flagship product, Balance, that helps district officials and administrators track and analyze the impact of school spending on educational outcomes.
Square 1 Bank, a commercial investment institution based in Durham, has extended a $4 million credit facility to a California-based digital publishing software business.