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Teachers Get Free Licenses for Students’ Designs
Sprint Corp. and Smith Micro Software Inc. have joined forces to groom the next generation of digital artists.
Orange County’s wealthiest person has been putting a fair amount of his fortune back into his business over the past year—but we’re figuring that he’s still likely to have seen a boost to his bottom line of about $1 billion.
Shares of Irvine-based Masimo Corp. fell sharply today, one day after its second-quarter results missed analysts’ forecasts.
Evolv Sports & Designs LLC said Bruckmann, Rosser, Sherrill & Co. in New York acquired a majority stake in the Buena Park-based manufacturer of climbing footwear.
Shares of Emulex Corp. rose in after-hours trading after the Costa Mesa-based networking equipment maker reported June quarter revenue and adjusted profits that beat Wall Street expectations and provided financial targets in the current quarter that were above estimates.
Irvine-based Vizio Inc. is recalling about 245,000 flat-screen TVs from its popular E-Series line introduced late last year.
An Austin, Texas company has acquired San Clemente-based Benesan Corp., which makes specialized software for in-home, nonmedical patient care.
Microbiology Unit To Stay In West Sacramento
Beckman Coulter Inc., a Brea-based maker of diagnostic testing instruments and supplies, is gearing up to digest its newest acquisition.
Rapidweld ‘S’ Pack Shoes Celebrate Skating Lifestyle
Vans Inc.’s new skate line, Rapidweld “S” Pack, pays “homage to a culture of classified missions led by the military, the Air Force and beyond.”
Ex-Irvine Co. Exec Had Idea as Managed Rentals
An Irvine startup that uses electronic lockers and proprietary software to store and access delivered packages has raised more than $1 million from Tech Coast Angels investors as it expands operations beyond Southern California.
Mazda North American Operations in Irvine has launched “Road to Fashion Rocks,” a six-week TV, print and digital marketing campaign promoting soon-to-be released 2016 MX-5 Miata.
Autobytel Inc. said its second-quarter revenue was $25.9 million, up about 46% from the $17.8 million it posted a year ago but under the $27 million in revenue analysts expected from the Irvine-based automotive sales leads generator.
Pacific Sunwear of California Inc. said Christine Lee, its senior vice president of women’s merchandising and design, resigned.
Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. on Wednesday reported revenue and adjusted profits in the June quarter that beat Wall Street expectations.