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May 14, 2014
10:00 EDTRUBIRubicon Project rises 23%
Rubicon Project is up 23%, or $2.62, to $13.99
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November 20, 2014
09:47 EDTRUBIRubicon Project price target raised to $21 from $15 at B. Riley
B. Riley raised its price target on Rubicon Project (RUBI) to $21, citing valuation, the company's recent acquisitions of iSocket and Shiny Ads and its new deal for iAds with Apple (AAPL). The firm maintains its Buy rating on shares of Rubicon Project.
November 19, 2014
13:50 EDTRUBIRubicon Project among those selected by Apple for automated ads on iAd platform
Rubicon Project (RUBI) announced that it has been selected by Apple (AAPL) along with several other advertising technology companies to help power iAdís adoption of automated advertising for Apple iAdís 250,000+ mobile developers. Rubicon Project President Gregory Raifman said, ďWeíre thrilled to have been chosen by Apple to help bring automation to iAdís direct order business and to provide access to premium mobile buyers from around the world. We look forward to providing buyers with access to iAdís unprecedented audience targeting capabilities and our full-stack direct order automation solution.Ē
09:41 EDTRUBIRubicon Project to partner with Apple on programmatic advertising
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November 18, 2014
11:11 EDTRUBIRubicon Project management to meet with Oppenheimer
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November 17, 2014
09:12 EDTRUBIRubicon Project Acquires iSocket, Shiny Ads
Rubicon Project announced it is expanding its direct order automation technology and consolidating the automated guaranteed market with the acquisitions of two privately held companies, iSocket and Shiny Ads. Assuming full attainment of earn-outs, the total consideration being paid by Rubicon Project for both acquisitions is less than $30M, largely in stock. Given the timing of the acquisitions and the current stages of both businesses it is not expected for either to contribute meaningfully to Q4 earnings.

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