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SERVICES: Materials tester adds third shift, leases building to grow lab
Element Materials Technology, a global materials testing company based in Amsterdam, has made “substantial” investments in its aerospace-focused division in Huntington Beach, increasing its laboratory space and adding a third work shift.
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Irvine-based business software maker Kofax Ltd. began trading on the Nasdaq exchange Thursday after pricing its shares as part of its listing in the U.S.
Some assets of Costa Mesa-based engineering firm Marmac Field Services Inc. have been acquired by Jacobs Engineering Group in Pasadena.
TECHNOLOGY: Tests draw top customers; higher margins eyed
A unit of Irvine-based Western Digital Corp. has attracted an impressive list of customers to test a new storage drive that could reshape the industry and fuel a wave of innovation to ease the increasing demands of the data explosion.
TECHNOLOGY: Software maker will keep listing in London
Irvine-based business software maker Kofax PLC has priced shares for an initial public offering in one of the last requirements before its long-awaited debut on an American exchange.
Software Maker Was in Danger of Delisting
Aliso Viejo-based Smith Micro Software Inc. has regained compliance to continue trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market.
TECHNOLOGY: Plans free mobile games based on franchises
Blizzard Entertainment Inc. is trying to lure players back with a lineup of video games steeped in nostalgia as it ushers in a new era.
Placentia-based equipment-leasing services firm First Financial Corporate Services Inc. is expanding internationally with the launch of a subsidiary in Canada dubbed FF Canadian Leasing Inc.
Agency of Record On Top of Eyelash Product Ads
Allergan Inc. in Irvine selected its subsidiary Pacific Communications as its agency of record for its SkinMedica Skin Care’s professional business.
Part of New Chief Exec’s Changes After Review
Santa Ana-based Identive Group Inc. plans to sell off its noncore business assets as part of a plan to trim global operations and focus on high-growth products and markets.
Hyundai Motor America Inc.'s parent is set to release redesigned versions of its best–selling Sonata sedan and Genesis premium sedan models by mid-2014.
Stand-Alone Marketing Shop Points to Ingram Micro’s Push for Higher Margins
Technology distribution giant Ingram Micro Inc. has launched the latest addition to its portfolio of services—Agency Ingram Micro.
TECHNOLOGY: Board changer on way; marker challenges ahead
Emulex Corp. Chief Executive Jeff Benck will get a shot at turning around the networking equipment maker after getting a nod from activist investors that eluded his predecessor.