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Two of the four Orange County-based automakers beat the industry in September, according to Autodata Corp.
ChromaDex Corp., an Irvine-based maker of ingredients for dietary supplements, has closed a $5 million venture debt financing from Hercules Technology Growth Capital Inc.
Costa Mesa-based chipmaker ISC8 Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
TECHNOLOGY: Deal for rival would lift TTM near top of global ranks
Thomas Edman’s first deal at the helm of Costa Mesa-based TTM Technologies Inc. could create the world’s largest printed circuit board maker.
REAL ESTATE: Distribution hub shifts from Fullerton to IE
Yokohama Tire Corp. has signed a deal to move its U.S. headquarters to Santa Ana in a shift that comes a few months after the company sold its longtime home in Fullerton.
AUTOMOTIVE: Car info firm hires first PR agency of record
Kelley Blue Book Co., in search of new audiences, has hired M Booth in New York as its first public relations agency of record.
MARKETING: Data indicate event’s influence on purchases
The Orange County International Auto Show is set to start Oct. 2 at the Anaheim Convention Center, where organizers will mark the event’s 50th anniversary with something extra to tout: recent research that indicates the show still matters to the tens of thousands of visitors who are potential car buyers.
Irvine-based motorcross apparel company Fox Head Inc. is reportedly on the sales block and seeking more than $200 million.
Irvine-based Ivantis Inc. said it raised $25 million in its second round of financing. It said it plans to use the money to support ongoing clinical trials for its Hydrus microstent, which is implanted into the eye to treat glaucoma. Glaucoma is a major cause of blindness around the world.
Irvine-based WaterHealth International Inc. raised $10 million in venture funding from a private equity firm in New York that targets infrastructure projects in developing nations.
Senate Divided on Levy Meant to Boost Reform
One of the medical device industry’s favorite topics—repealing a federal tax on its companies’ revenues—has resurfaced yet again in Congress.
Blake Griffin Waxes Poetic on Ultra HD Models
You can “see the beauty in everything” on Vizio Inc.’s Ultra HD TVs, suggest the new humorous commercials from the Irvine-based technology manufacturer.
Irvine-based WaterHealth International Inc. has raised $10 million in venture funding from a private equity firm in New York that targets infrastructure projects in developing nations.
Aliso Viejo-based Microsemi Corp. said that James V. Mazzo has resigned from its board of directors.
Veteran Orange County medical device executive James V. Mazzo was added to a federal grand jury indictment on insider trading charges, the Department of Justice said today.