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Adds 100 Workers, Overtakes IBM, Continues Hiring
Blizzard regains title as OC’s largest software employer. Includes the 2013 OC's LARGEST SOFTWARE COMPANIES list for download (pdf)
Cites More Seniors, Middle Class, Own R&D
Bausch & Lomb cites growth as one of the reasons it’s planning an IPO, in Healthcare
Dissident Investors Want Leadership Changes
STEC shareholder meeting could bring some sparks, in Technology
There are more than 1,700 computer- and software-related businesses in Orange County. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
Photographs of recent business-related events in the valleys, including parties, awards dinners, benefits and other celebrations.
The founders of Anaheim luxury hybrid automaker Fisker Automotive Inc. testified before a Congressional subcommittee yesterday, attempting to explain what went wrong with the troubled automaker.
Foothill Ranch-based Kaiser Aluminum Corp. reported a first-quarter profit of $33.5 million, a 26% increase year over year and well above Wall Street’s estimate of about $16.8 million.
Broadcom Corp. shares jumped in after-hours trading Tuesday after the Irvine-based chipmaker reported first-quarter sales and earnings that beat Wall Street expectations and provided a revenue target above estimates for the current quarter.
Anaheim-based Fisker Automotive Inc. missed a loan payment due today to the U.S. Department of Energy, according to the department.
Eyewear Cluster: Big Dog, Litter of Niche Players
Think all sunglasses are the same? Try telling that to an industry that racked up more than $3.3 billion in sales last year,
Orange-Based TV Brand Looks to Next Level
Orange-based Westinghouse Digital LLC is going upscale in a bid to reverse a slide in its market share for high-definition TVs.
HEALTHCARE: Deals point up medical device sector’s status here
OC unit of Bausch & Lomb in sales pact with Leica as parent prepares for IPO
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: The Irvine Chamber of Commerce has reserved a spot in line when it comes to attracting investments from China
Obey Takes Former St. John Knits Space in 170,000-SF Lease
Obey Clothing has expanded its operations into one of the more prominent industrial buildings in the area around John Wayne Airport.
REAL ESTATE: HQ of apparel brand on block after makeover
An 82,645-square-foot office about a block from The District shopping center went up for sale this month