Tue.Nov 26, 2019

Factual Adds New Loyalty Prediction Features

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Los Angeles-based location data provider Factual says it has added a new feature which uses machine learning, to predict and target audiences based on expected loyalty and visitation patterns. According to Factual, its new Predictive Audiences and Loyalty Audiences uses visitation pattern anlysis to help marketers target audiences. The company said the new product includes more than 100 ready-to-use audience segments in every vertical, including auto, retail and QSR (quick serve restaurants).

PhoenixMD Adds Seed Funding to Test Experimental Breast Cancer Drug

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Phoenix Molecular Designs, a biotech developing kinase inhibitors to treat cancer, has brought in an undisclosed amount of financing—boosting its total seed funding raised to $12 million.

Airgain Loses CFO

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San Diego-based Airgain , a developer of antenna technology for the wireless networking market, has lost its CFO. According to Airgain, Anil Doradla, its CFO, will be leaving on November 30th "to pursue other opportunities". The company said its board of directors has launched an executive search for a replacement. Doradla has been at Airgain for less than two years. READ MORE>>. airgain wireless networking antenna technology network executive

La Jolla Pharma’s Share Price Halves On Trial End, CEO Departure

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La Jolla Pharmaceutical is turning its focus to its lone FDA-approved product and another one in the pipeline after an experimental drug for a rare blood disease failed a late-stage study.

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Fullerton Set To Get Citywide Fiber In 2020

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The city of Fullerton is getting set to have a new, city-wide fiber optic network , thanks to an effort with bandwidth provider SiFi Networks. According to SiFi Networks, it is funding, building and operating the city wide fiber optic network throughout the City of Fullerton, offering up every resident and business in the city an opportunity to sign up for fiber service. SiFi Networks said it expects customers to start receiving service early in the New Year.

Kyriba Claims Growth in APAC

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San Diego-based Kyriba , which develops cloud-based software for treasury and finance management, says it is seeing growth in the Asia Pacific region. According to Kyriba, it has doubled the number of clients it has in the region in the past 12 months. Financial details of that growth were not given by the company.