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Irvine-based security software maker CrowdStrike Inc. has raised $100 million in a Series C funding round led by Google Inc.’s capital investment arm, Google Capital.
MEDIA: Ready at Dawn takes aim at virtual reality, proprietary IP
Irvine-based game developer Ready at Dawn could get a jump-start on its push to launch its own titles and control content, thanks to its recently struck agreement to develop video games for the highly anticipated virtual reality headset from Oculus VR Inc.
MARKETING: Part of push beyond performance runners
Asics America Corp. is lacing up for the launch of a new shoe it hopes will give the brand some traction beyond its traditional stronghold in performance running.
Excelsior Capital Partners LLC in Newport Beach formed two entities to acquire Artissimo Designs, a manufacturer of wall decoration products.
2K Customers Include Big Names Such as Vizio
Irvine-based IT consultancy and service provider Trace3 is on pace to crack $500 million in revenue this year as it attracts new Fortune 500 customers and builds up regional offices.
City Officials Say 40K SF Planned for New Campus
Comments by Costa Mesa city officials suggest that skate shoe and apparel company Vans Corp. is looking to build a sizeable expansion to the company’s planned new headquarters in the city.
Shares of QLogic Corp. have plummeted today after the Aliso Viejo-based networking gear maker slashed revenue and profit targets for the June quarter, citing a bevy of market challenges.
Excelsior Capital Partners LLC in Newport Beach formed two new entities to acquire Artissimo Designs, a manufacturer of wall decoration products.
Asics America Corp. in Irvine said it ended its retail operating agreement with Windsor Financial Group LLC and that it anticipates the former licensee will shutter its 13 stores in response, including the Fashion Island location in Newport Beach.
MARKETING: Takes GM’s spot in sponsorship lineup
Hyundai Motor America Inc.’s new status as the automotive sponsor of the National Football League—a deal that came at an estimated cost of $50 million a year—could be the ticket to getting the Fountain Valley-based automaker back on pace with the market.
Swimwear Company Her Parents Started Best Fit for Vogel
Raj Manufacturing LLC co-President Lisa Vogel was recently at the pool with her 11-year-old son, Vaughn, when he lobbed a question.
MightySat Rx Device Unavailable in US
Masimo Corp. ended June on a regulatory roll.
For 5 Days, Surf Ad Took Over Parent’s Home Page
Summer’s here, and Nike Inc. made sure everyone is aware of boardshorts made by its subsidiary, Hurley International LLC.
Three Ventures Involve Cloud, Set-Tops, Ultra HD
Irvine-based Broadcom Corp., which is set to be acquired for $37 billion by Avago Technologies Ltd., is making a big push in China through strategic partnerships with some of the country’s most influential players.
Two of the four Orange County-based automakers beat the national sales pace for new vehicles in June, according to New Jersey-based market researcher Autodata Corp.