Friday, February 18, 2005
ValueClick Shows Strong Earnings On Acquisitions
Westlake Village-based ValueClick (Nasdaq: VCLK) reported its results yesterday, showing strong earnings on the company's Commission Junction, Hi-Speed Media, and Pricerunner acquisitions. The company reported $54.4M in revenues for Q4, an 80 percent increase over its 2003 results. The company's strong showing exceeded the company's prior guidance. ValueClick provides an ad network for advertisers and publishers, as well as direct marketing and advertising and affiliate services.

posted on Friday, February 18, 2005(Full story) Revenues Up Despite PhotoStamps Stall
Santa Monica-based (Nasdaq: STMP) reported its fourth quarter results yesterday, showing record revenues and an 83% increase in revenue for the quarter year to year, despite the stall of its PhotoStamps service in the post office. The company had revenues of $11.7M, and net income of $1.5M. provides online postage printing services. The company's immensely popular PhotoStamps service, which allowed people to print their own pictures on US postage, is still stalled at the US (More info...)

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Digital Map Products, DataQuick Market Aerial Mapping Tool
Costa Mesa-based Digital Map Products has partnered with real estate information provider DataQuick Information Systems to market an aerial mapping tool for title companies. The new map tool taps Digital Map Product's CityGIS5 mapping platform and DataQuick's real estate information products to allow title customers to view target properties and identify ownership information. The SkyFarm product is aimed at helping real estate firms create marketing lists, that are used by Realtors to farm for (More info...)

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Jazz Expands CMOS Process Offerings
Newport Beach-based Jazz Semiconductor said this week that it has enhanced its CMOS process offerings for integrated analog and mixed signal semiconducors. The company has added an offering to support high voltage, complementary drive, or amplification that is not available with standard CMOS. The company's 17GHz Vertical PNP module for its 0.18um RFCMOS process is designed for applicatoins such as disk drive pre-amplifiers or laser drivers, which previously were not able to be integrated onto C (More info...)

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SMC Ships Broadband Router
Irvine-based SMC has shipped the newest in its line of wireless cable/DSL Broadband Routers. The new EZ Connect Wireless Broadband Router is targeted at the home or small office market, and offers low cost connectivity to 802.11g, four 10/100 Ethernet ports, and a dedicated 10/100 port for cable or DSL. The company said that the new product can support up to 253 simultaneous users and includes built-in Ethernet switching, firewall, VPN control, and parental controls. The router also includes a b (More info...)

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