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Posts tagged “Motricity”

Updated January 26, 2011

Premium Lock Motricity withdraws plans for $192M stock offering

Motricity's former Durham office Billionaire Carl Icahn, the largest shareholder in the mobile data services provider, doesn't want to sell shares.

October 25, 2010

Premium Lock ‘Mad Money’ proclaims Motricity a ‘fantastic story,’ backs its stock

Motricity's former Durham office Jim Cramer calls the former Durham-based company’s stock a “great speculative buy, buy, buy.”

June 18, 2010

Premium Lock Motricity raises $50M after selling fewer shares than planned

Motricity's former Durham office The former Durham-based company reportedly sold some 5 million shares at $10 each after hoping to sell 6.75 million at a higher price, according to media reports.

Updated January 25, 2010

Premium Lock Motricity looks to raise $250 million through IPO

Motricity Provider of services to wireless communications providers, which abandoned Durham for Washington state, wants to trade its shares on Nasdaq.

January 25, 2010

Premium Lock IPO rewards: Motricity CEO gets a $75,000 raise in new contract

Ryan Wuerch As the mobile phone services company launches an IPO bid, the venture-backed firm discloses a new deal with Ryan Wuerch. In addition to $450,000 a year salary, he also will continue to receive a 20 percent cost of living allowance plus 5 million shares of stock.

Updated July 30, 2009

Premium Lock Motricity reportedly loses ‘flagship account’ AT&T

Motricity's former Durham office Decision would be ‘a huge blow’ to venture-backed company that bolted Durham for West Coast, web site says. Motricity marketing exec who once worked at AT&T won’t confirm deal, says ‘we continue to be friends.’

Updated July 17, 2009

Premium Lock What’s up with ‘cloud computing?’ The promise is real, but the hype is extreme, too

Kip Turco Analysis: If everyone continues throwing ‘cloud’ terminology around, it will be perceived as meaning anything to everyone, which means it’ll end up meaning nothing at all. Vendors owe their customers and prospects messaging that’s long on honest portrayal, and short on hype.

Updated July 16, 2009

Premium Lock 'The sun will rise again,' VC firm Wakefield still in action, general partner says

Steve Nelson, right, and Mike Elliott of Noro-Moseley Contrary to rumors and speculation about a possible demise, Wakefield Group is open for business, Steve Nelson stresses. ‘Doing great, especially all things considered,’ he says. Wakefield recently made an exit from one investment, remains active in others.

Updated July 14, 2009

Premium Lock ‘The sun will rise again’ – VC firm Wakefield still in action, general partner says

Contrary to rumors and speculation about a possible demise, Wakefield Partners is open for business, Steve Nelson stresses. ‘Doing great, especially all things considered,’ he says. Wakefield recently made an exit from one investment, remains active in others.

Steve Nelson, right, and fellow VC Mike Elliott Steve Nelson, right, and fellow VC Mike Elliott

Updated July 9, 2009

Premium Lock PocketGear names former Motricity exec to lead business development

Jud Bowman Tim Horan, one of the earliest hires at Motricity, is teaming up again with Jud Bowman at Bowman’s latest venture PocketGear.

Tags: Motricity
Updated April 21, 2009

Premium Lock What’s up with ‘cloud computing?’ The promise is real, but the hype is extreme, too

 Analysis: If everyone continues throwing ‘cloud’ terminology around, it will be perceived as meaning everything to everyone, which means it’ll end up meaning nothing at all. Vendors owe their customers and prospects messaging that’s long on honest portrayal and short on hype.

Updated April 9, 2009

Premium Lock Facebook co-founder returns to Carolina roots for CED conference

facebook co-founder returning to N.C. Chris Hughes, a native of Hickory, helped turn Facebook into a 200-million member success. He is keynote for Venture 2009 conference.

Updated February 11, 2009

Premium Lock PocketGear adds Windows Mobile to make a big splash at Mobile World

PocketGear rolls out more applications 'Apps Store' is the third launch since November for Jud Bowman's Durham-based startup.

Updated February 2, 2009

Premium Lock Motricity exceeds $100 million revenue in 2008

Motricity Former N.C. company Motricity announced Monday that the company achieved more than $100 million in revenue in 2008 along with reaching other company benchmarks.

Updated December 16, 2008

Premium Lock Mobile applications startup PocketGear adds Palm to 'apps store' lineup

PocketGear launches a Palm apps store While Apple turns the mobile world upside down with its apps story, Durham-based company is countering with the Palm store. It's his second, the first being the Android store that launched last month.

Updated November 25, 2008

Premium Lock Jud Bowman’s PocketGear off to smokin’ fast start

 Smartphone application firm launches site for Android apps, is already profitable and is looking to hire additional personnel. Bowman acquired PocketGear business from Motricity in June.

Updated November 24, 2008

Premium Lock PocketGear – formerly part of Motricity – off to smoking fast start

Jud Bowman Smartphone application firm launches site for Android apps, is already profitable and is looking to hire additional personnel. Triangle entrepreneur Jud Bowman acquired PocketGear business from Motricity in June.

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