Demand Media Reports Profit

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Santa Monica-based Demand Media , the internet publishing firm headed by Richard Rosenblatt, reported its fourth quarter and fiscal 2010 results today, the first as a public company. Demand Media said it had revenues of $73.6M The firm also reported net income of $1.0M, versus $3.9M The firm reported net loss of $5.3M Demand Media hit the NYSE as DMD on January 26th, in what had been one of the biggest anticipated IPOs this year.

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Demand Media Loses CFO As Revenues Decline

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Santa Monica-based Demand Media said Monday afternoon that it has lost its CFO, Mel Tang, who the company said will depart at the end of the year. The announcement was made as Demand Media reported its third quarter 2014 results. Demand Media reported $41.3 ‌in revenues for the third quarter, down from $50.7M The company also reported a net loss of $223.8M, compared with a loss a year ago of $10.4M. demand media executive revenues quarterly

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Demand Media Gets Second $100M+ Quarter

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Santa Monica-based online digital media publisher Demand Media keeps on getting bigger and bigger. The firm reported its latest quarterly results Tuesday, reporting $100.6M The company also reported net income of $0.7M demand media earnings domain content publishing creativebug in total revenues, its second $100M plus quarter. for its quarter, which ended March 31, 2013.

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Demand Media Files For IPO

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Santa Monica-based Demand Media , the online media firm run by Richard Rosenblatt, has finally filed for its long awaited IPO. According to Demand's IPO filing, the firm had a net loss of $6.00M on revenues of $114.0M For the year ended December 31, 2009, the firm had a net loss of $21.9M The filing indicates that the total venture capital funding by Demand Media now totals $373.75M, across four rounds of funding.

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Demand Media Revenues Up In Q1

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Santa Monica-based Demand Media reported its results Thursday, saying that it had a net loss of $5.6 in revenues the firm reported in Q1 of 2010. Demand Media said the revenues numbers were driven by continued momentum from its owned and operated sites. Demand also mentioned strong direct brand advertising sales helped its results. The results are the first as a public company for Demand, since its IPO in January.

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Leaf Group Acquires Deny Designs

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Leaf Group disclosed the sale in its first quarter 2017 results, where it reported a net loss of $10.0M Leaf Group was formerly known as Demand Media. media demand decor home acquisition merger designs deny group leafSanta Monica-based Leaf Group , which is led by Sean Moriarty, said on Thursday that it has acquired home decor brand Deny Designs. Leaf Group said it paid $12.0M for Deny Designs, split between $6.7M

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Startup Pricing: Are You Selling A Giffen Product?

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At Citrix, GoToAssist customers would occasionally ask if they could just pay for our screen-sharing functionality because they didn''t intend to use the product''s other features, such as reporting and session recording. A version of this article previously appeared in Forbes.

RealD Revenues Rise To $57.8M

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Los Angeles-based RealD , the developer of 3D movie projection technology, released its results Thursday, saying its Q3 2011 revenues rose to $57.8M, up 91 percent from Q3 of of 2010, when it reported revenues of $30.2M. The firm had a net GAAP loss of $16.6M. RealD said the revenues were driven by an increase in the 3D film slate, as well as consumer demand for the immersive 3D experience.

Internet Brands Revenues Grow In Q2

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Los Angeles-based Internet Brands reported its results Thursday, saying that the firm saw record revenues in Q2. According to Internet Brands, it had net income of $4.6M in net income on revenues of $23.2M decrease in automotive e-commerce revenues, related to continued weakness in demand from automotive dealerships. on $28.1M in revenues, up from $2.5M in Q2 of 2009.

Why Has LA Suddenly Gotten So Much Attention from VCs and Entrepreneurs?

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He built & IPOd Demand Media. But our best Internet software engineers have historically been exported on a net basis to the Bay Area. An abbreviated version of this post appeared yesterday on TechCrunch.

What Should You Do with Your Crappy Little Services Business?

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It would not be a big stretch to image a well run service business like this making 15-25% net profit margins. You end up needing to add staff and take on more risk without knowing what your future demand will be. This post originally appeared on TechCrunch.

The Five Major Tech Trends of 2016

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Back in 2013, Google reported that 90 percent of multiple device owners switch between screens to complete tasks, using an average of three different combinations every day. Customer expectations now demand seamless and satisfying user experiences.

Why You Should Start a Company in. Los Angeles

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Report Content February 27, 2010 at 11:05am by Antone Johnson Great interview. Dropped Calls, Students Protest AT&T Network Coverage Facebook Patents News Feed, Social Net Confusion Ensues Trying to Work from Home More Efficiently? RSS ); Why You Should Start a Company in.

Tech Titans Peter Thiel, Matt Jacobson, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, Mich Mathews, Elon Musk Buy Homes in Los Angeles

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If youre buying a luxury home or just like looking at them, check out this live chat from reporter Lauren Schuker Blum and WSJ.com real estate editor Matthew Strozier. Entrepreneurs love being around other entrepreneurs, and thats driving demand toward the beach," says Mr. Miller.

Interview with Matt Munson, InstaCanvas

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If we do have a report that a post is not their own, we have a two strike policy. Matt Munson: We tested demand for this concept, and had about 400 people sign up in 72 hours. It's been a net win.

Interview with Nick Desai, Global Fitness Media

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Exercise TV is the largest, on-demand, fitness TV network, and is in nearly 40 million homes now, providing on-demand, fitness content from expert trainers.

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