Triple Point Australia has secured control of ASX-listed QMASTOR (ASX:QML) with its takeover bid for the industrial software developer.
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Having secured a windfall in a patent case against Oracle settled earlier in the year, ipernica [[xref:http://www.cfoworld.com.au/articles/tag/ASX:IPR|(ASX:IPR)|CFOWorld]] business associate Financial Systems Technology (FST) is using one of the same patents to pursue legal action against Microsoft and IT product reseller CDW Corporation.
Shares in e-Pay Asia (ASX:EPY) fell more than 15% on Wednesday, after the company revealed the collapse of a deal to sell its operating subsidiaries for $12 million.
Moody's has maintained Telstra's (ASX:TLS) credit rating in the wake of Tuesday's shareholder endorsement of the $11 billion NBN deal.
Reverse Corp (ASX:CQT) believes it is on track this financial year to flip its run of declines in profit.
Australian e-commerce is on track to top $30 billion by the end of 2011, and continue to expand in the coming years, new research from PayPal Australia claims.
TPG Telecom (ASX:TPM) has confirmed it has acquired a stake in rival listed ISP iiNet (ASX:IIN).
The merger between price comparison websites Infochoice (ASX:ICH) and iSelect is all but complete.
Mobile services company Mobile Embrace (ASX:MBE) has signed on to become the mobile advertising partner for Ten Network (ASX:TEN).
Computerised cognition testing company CogState (ASX:CGS) has revealed it grew its revenue for the first quarter of FY12 by 36.3 per cent to $2.2 million.
ICT solutions company Data#3 (ASX:DTL) will invest in more Australian ICT infrastructure, to support its new Infrastucture-as-a-Service offerings.
Data centre start-up NextDC (ASX:NXT) has announced the opening of its Brisbane-based facility, B1.
Mobile social networking platform developer MOKO.mobi (ASX:MKB) has arranged to acquire a UK-based mobile content business for $2.7 million in cash and stock.
IT security solutions company DataMotion Asia Pacific (ASX:DMN) plans to conduct a rights issue to raise up to $615,000.
Embedded networks company Intermoco (ASX:INT) has secured a $4.5 million long-term funding facility, and has hinted at using some of the funds to pursue possible acquisitions.