• Twitter's Crashlytics Launches New Mobile App Tool
    Boston-based Twitter unit Crashlytics has launched a new mobile app development tool, BetaBoston reports.
  • Localytics Moves To Boston's Financial District, Looks To Hire 40 Workers
    Mobile app firm Localytics has moved its headquarters to Boston's Financial District, where it expects to hire an additional 40 workers by year's end, the Boston Business Journal reports.
  • Benched BoSox Reporter Jenny Dell Officially Leaves NESN
    Benched Red Sox sideline reporter Jenny Dell officially leaves NESN, the Boston Herald reports.
  • Mobile Ad Tech SessionM Partners With Japanese E-Commerce Site Rakuten
    Mobile ad tech firm SessionM is partnering with popular Japanese e-commerce site Rakuten, the Boston Business Journal reports.
  • RBM Technologies Hires Former Mobiquity Exec As CTO
    RBM Technologies has hired former Mobiquity executive Ken Sonberg as its new chief technology officer, according to the Boston Business Journal.
  • Halifax Media To Buy Worcester Telegram & Gazette
    Florida-based Halifax Media Group has agreed to buy the Boston Globe's sister paper, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, according to the Globe.
  • Evergage Raises $4 Million In Series A Funding
    Ad tech startup Evergage has raised $4 million in a Series A funding round, according to BetaBoston.
  • WCVB Attributing Ratings Drop To Nielsen Data Glitches
    WCVB Channel 5 is reportedly attributing a recent ratings drop to glitches in Nielsen's demographic sampling data, according to the Boston Herald.
  • Adelphic Gaining Traction In Mobile Ad Space With Predictive Modeling
    Ad tech startup Adelphic is gaining traction in the mobile ad space with its predictive modeling technology, BetaBoston reports.
  • Former Visible Measures CMO To Join Mobile Startup SessionM
    The former CMO of analytics firm Visible Measures will head up business development at mobile tech startup SessionM, according to the Boston Business Journal.
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