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Small Embedded Wireless Device Key to Innovations
Irvine-based Lantronix Inc. turned some heads late last month at the Embedded World 2014 show in Nürnberg, Germany, with some cool demos of its networking technology using a humanoid robot, a drone and a Wi-Fi-enabled electric bike.
Huntington Beach-based Quiksilver Inc. narrowed its adjusted loss for the January quarter, and the apparel maker and retailer said it continues to make headway on its turnaround plan.
Orange County automakers saw sales fall in February with their national counterparts recording a mixed bag for the month.
Anaheim-based boat maker Willard Marine Inc. is “recreating itself.”
Seeks Ad Shop For Estimated $100M Campaign to Highlight Company Culture
Oakley Inc. is looking for an advertising agency to handle the creative work on a global marketing campaign that will give an inside view of the $1.5 billion eyewear and apparel brand.
Kaiser Aluminum Corp. in Foothill Ranch and Chicago-based Boeing Co. recently started the largest scrap aluminum recycling program of its kind to date, according to the companies.
Cypress-based Yamaha Motor Corp. USA chose two local ad shops to handle its advertising, ending a three-month review for the national account.
Irvine-based printed circuit board maker Multi-Fineline Electronix Inc. will consolidate its factories in China and close a research and development center in the U.K. as part of a restructuring plan intended to return the company to profitability.
In Music Festival Again, Releases Documentary
Cypress-based Vans Inc. is returning to this year’s SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas.
Will Work With Voyant on Possible New Drugs
Irvine-based Allergan Inc. is adding to its programs for potentially treating age-related macular degeneration.
More details, including a name, on the women’s start-up that’s part of Paul Naude’s Stokehouse Unlimited have been released.
Irvine-based footwear company Sanuk USA LLC saw fourth-quarter net sales rise 45.2% from a year earlier to $22.2 million.
Irvine-based commodities trader Spectrum Group International Inc. reached an agreement to purchase all shares of its stock owned by Afinsa Bienes Tangibles S.A. En Liquidacion and Auctentia S.L., from based in Spain, for $6.36 million in cash.
Kaiser Aluminum Corp. in Foothill Ranch and Chicago-based Boeing Co. announced they have started a scrap aluminum recycling program, the largest of its kind to date according to company officials.
Cypress-based Yamaha Motor Corp. USA selected two local ad shops to handle its advertising, ending a three-month review for the national account.