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A startup automaker led by a former General Motors Corp. executive is reportedly in talks on a possible deal to buy struggling Fisker Automotive Inc.
Shares of Meade Instruments Corp. skyrocketed Monday in its first trading session since the Irvine-based company announced it was set to be acquired for $4.5 million by the North American unit of Jinghua Optics & Electronics Co.
Shares of QLogic Corp. are down Monday in its first trading session following the resignation of Chief Executive Simon Biddiscombe.
Software Maker’s Irvine HQ Poised for Growth Amid Consolidation, Refocus
Sage North America’s next act: addition by subtraction
HEALTHCARE: No shortage of suitors seen; $234M pile of cash
San Clemente company might be the next major deal in OC’s medical device sector
OC INSIDER Column by Jerry Sullivan
TECHNOLOGY: Second OC investment for Smith’s VC firm
The venture capital firm launched by former Quest Software Inc. Chief Executive Vinny Smith has invested in its second local company.
Executives at Billabong International Ltd.’s namesake and other brands reportedly left the company as possible sale talks drag on
Irvine-based Edwards Lifesciences Corp. said last week that its board authorized a $750 million buyback of its stock.
ECONOMY: Subject of special report scheduled for July 8
The Business Journal is looking for Orange County-based companies that are at least 51% women-owned for our upcoming list of women-owned businesses.
A listing of events happening all around Orange County.
Aims to Grow Sales, Doing More Revenue Management
Irvine-based Quality Systems Inc. showed off several aspects of its business this month at an analyst meeting, in Healthcare.
“Next” Features Training Gear, Athletes, TV Time
Asics America Corp. of Irvine is kicking off a national advertising campaign called “Next” to promote the athletic apparel manufacturer’s new collection designed for training, in Media and Marketing.
Organizers Expect More People From Across State
This week’s presenting companies at Octane’s annual VC in the OC conference are hoping to match the fundraising success of last year’s group, in Technology