Posts tagged “Motricity”
Motricity, once based in Durham before moving to Washington state and falling on hard times, has a new name but remains under the same management.
Motricity, which was once a fast-rising tech star in Durham before moving to the state of Washington, has another new CEO following the latest management shuffle.
Inside the Bulldog Blog: Carl Icahn increases his stake in Motricity; Lenovo sees ultrabooks as the future; Apple's AT&T deal triggers suit; details leak about Google, Android announcement; Cisco's next CEO will be ... ?
The former head of mobile services firm Motricity, who moved the company to Washington state from Durham and was ousted a year ago, has launched a new company, Solavei, that also focuses on wireless services.
Lenovo's Bollywood star; new CFO at Motricity; Fedora targets cloud; Epic and Wii?; Cisco tablets out
Inside the Bulldog Blog: Lenovo lands a top Bollywood star as its ambassador in India; Motricity names a new CFO; Fedora's latest release targets cloud; will Epic's new game engine embrace Wii?; Cisco drops Cius tablets.
Motricity's new chair; ex-Nortel CEO's defense; Sssh - Red Hat joins OpenStack; Qualcomm soars; LivingSocial loses $538M; Kincect for PCs; Cisco exec bolts
Inside the Bulldog blog: Motricity, which has an office in Morrisville, has a new chairman; Nortel fraud trial continues; Red Hat 'quietly' joins cloud code group; Qualcomm stock is at a 12-year high; Amazon says LivingSocial is losing big; Microsoft launches Kinect for Windows; Cisco video exec joins a rival.
Cree moves work; Motricity restructures; Nortel fraud case 'baseless;' AT&T gouging?; debating Internet law
In the Bulldog: Cree shifts work from Triangle to Wisconsin; Motricity abandons Asia, Triangale impact unclear; Nortel charges 'baseless;' are AT&T data price hike justified?; Internet piracy law 'dangerous.
Jud Bowman and Taylor Brockman, who launched what evolved into mobile technology firm Motricity while juniors at the Durham school, hope to inspire other students with annual grants.
The mobile advertising and services firm that once was based in Durham discloses in an SEC filing that its general counsel and a senior marketing officer have been "terminated."
Despite assurances from CEO Ryan Wuerch, the mobile applications firm that once was based in Durham, is rocked by a stock dump after reporting quarterly losses and projecting current quarter revenue that was worse than Wall Street expected. Motricity shares have plummeted from $30 to under $2 since December.
Jim Cramer uses his CNBC show as a platform to unleash a stock analyst's broadside on the mobile phone technology company that used to be based in Durham and CEO Ryan Wuerch.
Jim Cramer, host of the CNBC program , interviews Ryan Wuerch about Motricity and the latest trends in the wireless industry.
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