This sell-side advertising specialist is morphing into a powerhouse, but its latest earnings news was mixed.
News & Analysis: Telaria, Inc.
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Investors were optimistic about the company's future after it announced a merger with Rubicon Project.
As the two ad tech companies take steps toward merging, Telaria's connected TV revenue jumped to half of total sales and Rubicon's top line beat analyst expectations.
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Telaria's combining with The Rubicon Project will create "the Trade Desk of the supply side," one analyst believes.