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Brand Affinity Technologies Inc. has hired Irvine-based GlassRatner Advisory & Capital Group LLC to find potential bidders to acquire the cash-depleted advertising and social media company, according to a filing in bankruptcy court.
A San Jose-based unit of Western Digital Corp. has acquired a maker of solid-state storage systems used in scaling cloud and enterprise data centers.
Irvine-Based ‘Internet of Things’ Pioneer Adds Wal-Mart to Distribution
Insteon isn’t a household name, even though its technology powers millions of home-automation devices around the world.
Images in Tome Are A Retrospective on Its Work
InterCommunications Inc., a brand consulting company that specializes in the real estate and hospitality industries, recently published a coffee table book, “Imaging Places”—a 288-page portfolio of projects the Newport Beach firm has taken on over its 30 years in business.
Costa Mesa Car Maker In Tests for Karma Relaunch
The deep pockets funding Costa Mesa-based Fisker Automotive and Technologies Group LLC’s revival have led the automaker to test several technologies and features as it prepares to relaunch its luxury hybrid Karma.
VidCon will return to the Anaheim Convention Center for its 2015 edition, with a three-day run scheduled to start on July 23, according to the show’s website.
The Business Journal’s choice of Sailesh Chittipeddi, chief executive of Newport Beach-based chipmaker Conexant Systems Inc., hit the target.
Count British Columbia’s tourism agency as the latest enterprise to utilize the breakthrough virtual reality headset Oculus Rift developed by Irvine-based startup Oculus VR Inc.
Broadcom Corp. shares continued to modestly climb Wednesday, a day after the Irvine-based chipmaker laid out its corporate strategy to analysts for the upcoming year.
Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. is a step closer to gaining regulatory approval from China’s Ministry of Commerce to integrate its Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Inc. subsidiary there.
Aliso Viejo-based Johnny Rockets Group Inc. said it and franchisees would save about $450,000 a year systemwide with new back-office operations software the retro burger chain developed in-house for $25,000.
New Law Loosens Process US Firms Have Criticized
Efforts over the past decade by several of Orange County’s better-known medical device executives to change Japanese laws are bearing fruit.
O’Leary Produces Five Pieces Starring Tiny Baker
O’Leary and Partners, in its latest assignment for Wetzel Pretzels LLC, has brought the Pasadena-based chain’s blue baker mascot to life.
Aims to Fill Sector Niche Void After Recent Shifts
Fast-growing Irvine company Numecent has acquired employees, customers and intellectual property from Approxy, a joint venture it spun out in 2012 with private investors to deliver “cloud paging” for next-generation cloud-gaming services.
Longtime Accenture Plc executive Martin Cole has joined the board of Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp.