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Irvine-based video game maker Blizzard Entertainment Inc. reported a big loss of online subscribers for its flagship World of Warcraft franchise that led to a steep drop in first-quarter revenue and operating profits.
Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. after the close of trading today reported first-quarter revenue that just beat Wall Street expectations, and adjusted profits that narrowly missed estimates.
Fisker Automotive and Technologies Group LLC has launched a new customer support website for owners of its Karma luxury sports cars.
Two of the four Orange County-based automakers beat the national sales pace for new vehicles in April, according to New Jersey-based market researcher Autodata Corp.
Vans Inc. revenue was up 8% for the first quarter ended April 4, according to its parent, Greenboro, N.C.-based VF Corp., whose revenue also rose.
The Orange County Visitors Association said it would launch a presence this month on Ctrip, a Chinese travel and tourism website.
American Vanguard Corp., a Newport Beach-based maker of agricultural chemicals, has through its Netherlands-based international subsidiary, acquired the assets of an herbicide business from E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.
Oakley Inc. selected Raj Manufacturing LLC in Tustin to develop, manufacture and distribute its women’s swimwear worldwide.
Kaiser Aluminum Corp. beat Wall Street’s revenue outlook for the first quarter but fell short on earnings projections.
Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. after the close of intraday trading Tuesday reported March revenue and adjusted profits that narrowly missed Wall Street expectations.
Irvine-based startup Lombard Medical Inc. said today it received a $26 million loan facility from a financier.
San Clemente-based Stance Inc. has signed a licensing agreement to become the official sock brand for the National Basketball Association.
Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. in Cypress said it will fold its in-house financing arm, Mitsubishi Motors Credit of America Inc., and rely on Detroit-based Ally Financial Inc. as its “preferred financing source.”
Irvine-based Edwards Lifesciences Corp. reported a profit of $123.4 million, more than double the total for the same period a year ago.
San Juan Capistrano-based software maker PingThings Inc. has received a venture capital investment from GE Ventures, the venture capital arm of General Electric, and Frost Data Capital.