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Neville Crawley will lead the company as chief executive officer starting on January 1.
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Asuene launched its second overseas subsidiary, Asuene USA, that will be headquartered in Los Angeles.
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The partnership will enhance CAA’s client offerings with immersive entertainment features.
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The company offers an array of perinatal supplements and educational content and plans to launch a clinical research division.
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The new product demonstrates CAIS’ commitment to making the management of alternative investments more accessible.
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The company leverages generative AI to help law firms automate high-volume litigation.
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The addition of Workflow Intelligence Nexus’ tech will expand DataCore’s Perifery business unit.
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Led by SpaceX, Kepler Communications and GitHub alumni, AnySignal raised funds from a number of VC firms and angel investors.
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The deal includes beloved franchises and global eSports activities.
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The company says it’s leading the charge in the return-to-office movement.
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The company says it will use the fresh capital to meet growing customer demand and intensify its research initiatives.
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The acquisition will allow Metropolis to serve millions of customers across North America with its computer vision technology.