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Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. has taken naming rights of the Los Angeles Rams practice facility at University of California-Irvine.
Laguna Beach-based virtual reality content maker NextVR Inc. said it has completed an $80 million round of funding, led by a syndicate of Asian technology companies.
ReShape Medical Inc. in San Clemente named Mike Mangano its president and chief executive.
Pacific Medical LLC in San Juan Capistrano was bought by Jordan Health Products in Chicago on undisclosed terms.
Incipio Group in Irvine acquired Nashville-based competitor Griffin Technology on undisclosed terms.
Autobytel Inc. in Irvine beat Wall Street expectations for revenue for its second quarter that ended June 30.
Josephine Herbert Gleis has pledged another $5 million to the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute at University of California-Irvine, bringing her total support of its efforts to $19 million since 2007.
Incipio LLC upped its offer to buy Skullcandy Inc. from $5.75 per share to $6.10 per share, or approximately $188.6 million, according to the Irvine-based maker of cellphone cases and other mobile device accessories.
Venture capital investors plunked down more than $229 million for Orange County high-tech companies in the second quarter, according to a report issued Tuesday by the Irvine office of real estate brokerage JLL.
Aliso Viejo-based OCTANe and the Boston-based Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council will work together to build awareness of emerging med-tech companies for investors in Orange County and Boston.
David Pyott and Joe Kiani were part of a $13M Series A funding round for Bioniz Therapeutics Inc. in Irvine and both joined its board, with Pyott being named chairman.
Emerald Expositions LLC in San Juan Capistrano acquired the International Gift Exposition in the Smokies from M&M Gift Shows in Toledo, Ohio.
Fullerton-based Dr. Smoothie Brands has been acquired on undisclosed terms by Bevolution Group in Chicago.
Office Solutions Business Products & Services LLC in Yorba Linda acquired on undisclosed terms the business services division of Irvine-based Newport Stationers.
Irvine-based Incipio LLC’s bid for Skullcandy Inc. was rejected by the audio equipment manufacturer’s board of directors, in favor of a “superior proposal.”
Compass Diversified Holdings LLC in Westport, Conn. acquired 5.11 Tactical in Irvine for $400 million.
Haynes and Boone in Costa Mesa has established an insurance recovery practice group with a new team led by Partner David Bender, Jr.
Irvine-based Western Digital Corp. reported lower annual sales and adjusted profits.
Internet-based mortgage lender cloudvirga Inc. in Irvine raised $7.5 million in Series A funding, led by Calabasas-based Dallas Capital. Santa Monica venture capital firm Upfront Ventures and angel investment club Tribeca Angels in New York participated in the round.
Infinite RF Holdings Inc. in Irvine bought on undisclosed terms L-Com Inc., a maker of custom computer networking equipment in North Andover, Mass.
Costa Mesa-based Volcom Inc. posted $121.8 million in revenue for the first half of 2016, a 14.9% decrease compared to the same period last year, according to Kering, its Paris-based parent.
Irvine-based Western Digital Corp. co-led a $77 million funding round for a Redwood City startup with noted Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers.
Irvine-based Vizio Inc. has been acquired for $2 billion by LeEco, a conglomerate based in China.
Taco Bell Chief Executive Brian Niccol has joined the board of directors at Harley-Davidson Inc., the maker of motorcycles in Milwaukee, Wis.
Glaukos Corp. in Laguna Hills said Chief Financial Officer Richard Harrison will retire next year.