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PrimeGen Biotech LLC, a stem cell company, has moved from Irvine to a new facility in Santa Ana.
Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. has acquired two companies that add to its higher-margin and growing recycling and mobile services business.
Irvine-based WPT Enterprises Inc., which runs the World Poker Tour, has been acquired for $35 million by one of China’s largest gaming companies.
Costa Mesa-based Fisker Automotive and Technology Group said in a press release that its first U.S manufacturing plant for the relaunch of the Karma hybrid electric car will be in Moreno Valley.
Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. has furthered its reach in the Middle East by acquiring the assets of Arabian Applied Technology, the largest value-added reseller in Saudi Arabia.
Irvine startup Connectifier has raised $6.5 million in a Series A funding round led by True Ventures in Palo Alto.
Irvine-based video game designer Ready at Dawn will be among the first companies to partner with Oculus VR Inc. on new gaming titles for the highly anticipated Oculus Rift headset that was unveiled today in San Francisco.
Irvine-based technology non-profit The Portal plans to create 100 internships this year for college students to work in local startups and other businesses.
Pacific Wave Systems, Inc. a microwave component manufacturer in Garden Grove, fetched $20.1 million in a sale to Canada-based telecom systems manufacturer COM DEV International Ltd.
Incipio Technologies Inc. in Irvine has acquired ClamCase LLC, a Michigan-based designer and manufacturer of keyboard cases for the iPad family of tablets.
Donation to Smithsonian Recognizes ‘Critical’ Tool of Finance Industry
Bill Gross didn’t invent the Bloomberg terminal.
Automaker Hopes to Ride Telemundo’s Web Series to Sales Boost
Some 20% of new vehicles in the U.S. are sold to Latino-Americans, and Kia Motors America Inc. wants to be a household name in the fast-growing segment of the car market.
Jinsong Ni isn’t too worried about the pink slip he got from Allergan last week, perhaps because he has a PhD in chemistry and years of experience on the nonclinical side of the drugmaker’s R&D—the sort of early-stage investments it pledged to cut at its Irvine HQ amid a hostile takeover bid by Valeant last year.
TECHNOLOGY: Gets nod on Apple’s hub for connected home
Irvine-based Insteon is among the first companies handpicked by Apple Inc. for the initial lineup of its much-anticipated HomeKit, which offers consumers a selection of services for connected home devices.