Former WEEI programming director Jason Wolfe has joined Glenn Ordway's new online sports radio venture, SportstalkBoston.com, the Boston Business Journal reports. Ordway, who once hosted WEEI's most popular sports-talk show, left the station last year amid slumping ratings.
New Media's Gatehouse unit may be eyeing more acquisitions in Massachusetts, the Boston Business Journal reports. The group already owns over 100 daily and weekly newspapers in the state, including the Patriot Ledger and MetroWest Daily News.
Event software start-up Attendware is changing its name to Attend.com as its client list tops 300, the "Boston Business Journal" reports.
Despite burgeoning revenue, DataXu says it's in no rush to hold an IPO, BetaBoston reports.
A survey by brand-valuation consulting group Brand Finance has determined that hardmaker maker EMC is the most valuable brand name among Massachusetts companies. Apple took the No. 1 slot, with its brand name valued at $105 billion.
Liberty Teller has set up a bitcoin ATM in Harvard Square, the Boston Business Journal reports.
Ad-tech group Nexage is planning a Series C fundraising round to help fuel growth, the Boston Business Journal reports.
Calif.-based Cortex, a developer of mobile-wallet technologies, has set up shop in the Cambridge Innovation Center, BetaBoston reports.
With the futuristic Cambridge Innovation Center preparing to set up shop, Boston's traditionally stodgy Financial District could be poised to become the next Kendall Square, BetaBoston reports.
Boston sports-talk host Mike Salk leaves WEEI as the Boston station continues to lose ratings ground to rival 98.5 The Sports Hub.